Wisconsin Election Commission Committed Slam Dunk Felony, per Sheriff

Oh My. This starts out slow, but at about 27-28 minutes the penny drops: The Wisconsin Election Commission by issuing a directive to NOT use the legally mandated Special Voting Deputies committed felony crimes.

So watch Wisconsin for the “Top Cover” dismissal or failure to prosecute. They have themselves firmly in the wringer and the Sheriffs Office has laid out the case clearly and cleanly.

IF this does not end up with someone in jail, you can then conclude that there is No Hope of free and fair elections in Wisconsin (or anywhere else that the Dims are vote diddling). Top Cover Confirmed vs Rule Of Law. It is that simple.

Either we ARE a nation of laws, or we are a nation of Corruption. There’s no space for grey between those points. At present, it looks like we have Rampant Corruption at the highest levels and MANY MANY lower levels and agencies. IFF the W.E.C. gets jail time, there’s some hope to avoid the alternative. (Traditionally, when Government Is Corrupt, you get revolutions and things like The French Haircut. I really really don’t want my country to “go there”, and instead return to Rule Of Law and Just Punishment for ALL Crimes in the ballot process.)


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10 Responses to Wisconsin Election Commission Committed Slam Dunk Felony, per Sheriff

  1. YMMV says:

    “Either we ARE a nation of laws, or we are a nation of Corruption. There’s no space for grey between those points.”

    Nice thought, but … the way I see it is that rule of law is an ideal, something to strive for, but if it exists at all in a pure form it is very rare. Corruption on the other hand has many shades of grey. They say in some other countries the police take bribes! And I have heard stories that there are places where politicians take bribes, except when politicians do it nobody calls them bribes!

    Now since we are talking fiction, let’s focus on science fiction.
    “Lord of the Rings is better than Dune”
    https://unherd.com/2021/10/lord-of-the-rings-is-better-than-dune/

    Tolkien’s story was more expansive; it was about something that will never change, which is the corrupting effect of power. Yet this is where Tolkien is superior to Herbert. His heroes — and heroines — pass the test because they refuse to accept the world-changing power that the Ring would confer upon them.

    My favourite passage in all of Tolkien is where Frodo freely offers the Ring to Galadriel. For a heart-stopping moment, the elven queen is tempted. It would, after all, be better for her to wear the Ring than the evil Sauron. Yet she understands that she too would be made monstrous by it: “All shall love me and despair!” And so she refuses Frodo’s gift.

    Frank Herbert’s hero, however, does not refuse. There is no actual Ring in Dune, but there is ultimate power. Paul Atreides takes it. Later he has second thoughts, but not before his galactic Jihad has killed sixty billion people and sterilised ninety planets. Bit late to turn pacifist after that.

    Perhaps I’m being unfair. Herbert did say that the “power attracts pathological personalities” and that his stories were meant as a warning that “superheroes are disastrous for mankind”.

    And yet in the sequels to Dune, Paul’s son, Leto, takes up where his dad left off. In fact, he turns himself into a giant worm (don’t ask) and imposes an absolute dictatorship on the known universe for next three thousand years. Crucially, Herbert provides him with an excuse — the “Golden Path” — meaning a super-human vision of the best possible future for all mankind. Any unpleasantness along the way is justified by the greater good.

    Couldn’t have said it better myself.

  2. rherndon47 says:

    Holly election fraud Batman! Can it be it be any clearer?

  3. andysaurus says:

    It was clear from here (Australia) that there were shenanigans in the 2020 presidential election. What upsets me is that normally sensible commentators like Ben Shapiro refute the evidence on the grounds that it did not come to court for adjudication. To my mind this is the worst aspect because the balancing role of the judiciary was also corrupted. The Supreme Court in particular let the side down. There was lots of evidence. It was not adjudicated. Why not? From the Sherriff’s evidence it looks like the same will happen in this [non] case.

    From what I have seen, Jan 6 is a beat up. To have US citizens banged up in jail after this long is a disgrace. It was never an insurrection. Again, Shapiro decries it. Unless he has an ulterior plan, I don’t understand it.

    At least Rittenhouse will be cleared. The prosecution is a a farce. It will be used as a lesson in how NOT to bring a case.

  4. jim2 says:

    Here’s an article about it if you don’t have time to watch the video.

    https://www.fox6now.com/news/wisconsin-election-law-violations-racine-county-sheriff-reveals-findings

  5. Weetabix says:

    I’ve been hearing for 15 years, “if THIS happens, we are no longer a nation of laws!” But each time, THIS happens. Then a year later, “if THAT happens, we are no longer a nation of laws!” Then, THAT happens.

    I don’t believe we’ve been a nation of laws for decades. When was the last time you heard or read about a real power player paying for crimes? Clinton demonstrably perjured himself in front of Congress. Nothing happened. Holder lied to Congress. Nothing happened. The “big” guys who go down are always ones who are sacrificial metaphorically and actually.

    Epstein didn’t kill himself.

  6. p.g.sharrow says:

    Back in the 1970s I was the newly appointed head of a small city planning commission. I and my fellow commissioners were instructed by state and federal lawyers on what we could and could not do legally. As well as what could be actually be done. Bottom line was we could do anything we wanted until a judge or the City Council said no. We could not be held personally responsible for anything we did with the exception of taking a bribe for official action.
    As an appointed or hired Bureaucrat you can not be held personally responsible for the outcome from any action or lack of action because you could count on the Judiciary to protect you just like they protect each other.
    .

  7. p.g.sharrow says:

    This is why “There is NO Voting Fraud”, the people legally responsible for a fair election can not break the law, because they can not be held responsible in any court. As Al Gore said if there is no controlling authority, then there is no law broken. Catch 22, if they can not be prosecuted, they can not break the law. Remember Comney on Hillary Clinton’s treasonous activities No Justice Department would prosecute her, therefor she did not break any laws.

  8. E.M.Smith says:

    @YMMV:

    My point with the “Laws vs Corruption” comment is that THIS CASE is so clear cut and absolute, with the perpetrators hung by their own words and actions, that THIS CASE can only have one of the two outcomes. There are no others. IF they get some punishment (preferably jail time, disbarment, etc.) we still have some rule of law. If not, we know it is over even for petty commissions…

    Are there OTHER CASES where things are a lot murkier? Certainly. That’s led to a lot of “Laws vs Corruption” moments over the years. However, in most of those cases theirs some kind of legal angle that’s plausible or we just don’t have the clear inescapable hard evidence that the crime happened. Take Hillary’s Email (please ;-) in that case we can’t show that Hillary did the erasing or was clueful enough to have plotted out the whole crime. Did she commit crimes? Certainly. But is there strong enough evidence that she did it herself? WITH all the requirements for intent, etc. etc.? Basically the coverup was “OK Enough”. (Biden Jr. laptop not so much… which does argue strongly that the “nation of criminals in charge” transition is in the rear view mirror.)

  9. YMMV says:

    “My point with the “Laws vs Corruption” comment is that THIS CASE is so clear cut and absolute, with the perpetrators hung by their own words and actions, that THIS CASE can only have one of the two outcomes.”

    My rule of thumb is to stay out of the legal system. Smart lawyers, dumb judges, mediocre juries, and that’s without adding in corruption. Don’t bet your life on it. Epstein didn’t kill himself.

    “IF they get some punishment (preferably jail time, disbarment, etc.) we still have some rule of law.”

    I first misread that as dismemberment. A bit old school, but it is treason after all.

  10. philjourdan says:

    IF this does not end up with someone in jail, you can then conclude that there is No Hope of free and fair elections in Wisconsin

    Sorry EM, but SCOTUS ruled it a non sequitur. The whole essence of the Texas Suit was this very subject, and SCOTUS said it was a non sequitur. There will be no frog marching, there will be no free and fair elections. Only where the margin is beyond the democrats ability to predict, and therefore to cheat for, will republicans win. Then and only then (and not even then always as vote counts will stop at 4am, and truckloads of fake votes will be shipped in, and their candidate will win again).

    The FBI does not care about rioters, murders, looters, pedophiles or child molesters. They only care about parents rights to speak up at school board meetings, and real journalists who follow the law and the profession, and therefore must be made examples of. I have no respect whatsoever for any member of the FBI. It is rotten to the core.

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