Wisconsin Sheriff Hold Press Conference to Announce Proof of State-Wide Election Law Violations
On Wednesday, the Racine Wisconsin County Sheriff’s Office announced that they would be holding a press conference on Thursday to announce what they label as proof of state-wide election law violations.
Here’s the announcement that was made on the Racine County Sheriffs Office Facebook page:
SHERIFF TO ANNOUNCE PROOF OF STATE-WIDE ELECTION LAW VIOLATIONS
Members of the media and the press are invited to attend a news conference where Sheriff Christopher Schmaling will unveil the results of an extensive investigation with implications throughout Racine County and Wisconsin. At the conclusion of the presentation, Sheriff Schmaling and the lead investigator will be available to answer questions and provide documentation. The news conference will be on Thursday, October 28, 2021, at 11:00 a.m., at the Sheriff’s sub-station, which is located at 14116 Washington Ave., Sturtevant, WI. The news conference is open to the press/media only. The news conference will also be available on the Sheriff’s Facebook page.
This seemingly came out of nowhere, but it just goes to show you that there are some people out there that are still doing the right thing and investigating their elections and election process to make sure that what happened in November last year was legitimate and what happens in the future is legitimate as well.
This should be a no-brainer and every county should frequently look into their elections and election process to validate the process and the results.
Having worked in FDA regulated industries in the past, it is just basic procedure to make sure that everything was done following protocol. There is a long trail of paperwork that creates the chain of custody for everything that was done from start to finish.
During the conference, the Sheriff’s Office revealed that the Wisconsin Election Commission told other election officials to NOT follow the law and this led to crimes in all 72 counties in the state. This had to do specifically with the Wisconsin Election commission taking advantage of impaired senior citizens in a nursing home voting scam.
Here is the full conference: