Texas school shooting

 

  Here is what we know so far, after he crashed his truck the guy was inside the fence, but outside the school, . For twelve minutes he was shooting his rifle at people outside the school fence, then he went in a back door of the school that wasn’t locked, the cops showed up and stood around in parking lot attendant mode for over an hour ignoring the parents begging for them to enter the school, just like they did at the Combine slaughter in Colorado years ago.

  One woman heard about the attack on the school then drove forty miles to the school and tried to go in, they handcuffed her till she calmed down, the second they removed the cuffs she ran, scaled the fence went into the school got her two sons and brought them out. Guess it was too dangerous to back her up. Probably too busy putting a parking ticket on her car or something.

  The cops didn’t do squat other than break out some windows on the other side of the building, then a lone border patrol agent showed up, went in without any backup and killed the bastard. The agent got a bullet wound along the top of his head and still took him out.

  This did not need to happen, cowards, incompetence, your call. Many of those people are dead because of a bunch of gutless wonders that were either too chicken shit to risk their lives or afraid they might lose their job if they broke protocell. This was a total disgrace for law enforcement, an absolute dereliction of duty on the part of the school to provide anything that even resembles security planning to protect the children in their charge and an absolute tragedy for the people in that community.

  There seems to be a pattern when it comes to protecting our children, Columbine, Parkland, now this one. Gun free zones and either cowardice, incompetence or just pure stupidity on the part of those sworn to protect them. Pick one, the kids today are on their own, nothing but pawns.

  Now it’s time for some ‘common sense’ gun laws, just ask retard Joe, the democrats and the RINO ass wipes that can’t wait to jump on that band wagon.  All you will see from here on in is cover up mode and blame the gun rhetoric from the media, just as soon as they are finished pretending how broken Hearted, they are for the victims.

    There is no excuse for any of this. Ask yourselves one question, when was the last time you heard of a mass shooting at a City Hall or a courthouse. Doesn’t seem to be a problem with security there, now isn’t that special. The more I learn about this the more I realize just how little this country cares about our children. It’s not a matter of “They will never learn from past mistakes”, it’s a matter of “They refuse to shoulder the responsibility required to secure our schools”.

    In about ten years there will be a several very small graduation parties for the survivors of this massacre, I wonder if the people responsible will remember why there are so few graduates in the class of 2032.   

   Nineteen dead children and two teachers, nothing will come of it, and it will happen again.

 

 

Texas school shooting: Who are the victims killed at Uvalde elementary school?

By Stephen Sorace

Published May 26, 2022

 

In the hours after a lone gunman killed 19 children and two adults at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday, the victims have begun to be identified.

While some families made desperate pleas online to help find their missing children, other families mourned the loss of loved ones following the massacre at Robb Elementary School in the town of Uvalde, a seven-square-mile community located about 85 miles west of San Antonio.

Some names of those killed began to emerge by nightfall on Tuesday, many accompanied by photos of smiling children.

Eva Mireles, fourth-grade teacher

Fourth-grade teacher Eva Mireles was identified as a victim in a school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022. (Courtesy of Mireles Family and Lydia Martinez Delgado/Local News X/TMX)

Eva Mireles, 44, was a fourth-grade teacher at the elementary school. Mireles was remembered as a mother and a wife with an "adventurous" spirit.

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"She was adventurous. I would definitely say those wonderful things about her. She is definitely going to be very missed," said 34-year-old relative Amber Ybarra, of San Antonio.

fourth-grade teacher Eva Mireles was identified as a victim in a school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022. (Courtesy of Mireles Family and Lydia Martinez Delgado/Local News X/TMX)

Fourth-grade teacher Eva Mireles was identified as a victim in a school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022. (Courtesy of Mireles Family and Lydia Martinez Delgado/Local News X/TMX)

Irma Garcia, fourth-grade teacher


Teacher Irma Garcia, one of the victims of the mass shooting Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media. (Irma Garcia's Family/via Reuters)

Irma Garcia taught at Robb Elementary for more than 20 years and was a co-teacher with Eva Mireles, according to the Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District. She and her husband Joe were married for 24 years, and they had four children, according to her district biography.

She enjoyed barbecuing with her family, listening to music and traveling to Concan, Texas. Her eldest son Cristian was completing Marine Corps boot camp. Her son Jose is a student at Texas State University. She also had two daughters, Lyliana, who is in high school, and Alysandra, who is in middle school.


Eva Mireles, left, and Irma Garcia in a photo obtained from social media. Both teachers have been identified as victims of the school shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022.

Uziyah Garcia, 8-year-old student

Uziyah Garcia, 8, was killed in the shooting, according to his grandfather, Manny Renfro.


This March 2022 photo provided by Manny Renfro shows his grandson, Uziyah Garcia, while on spring break in San Angelo, Texas. (Manny Renfro via AP)

"The sweetest little boy that I’ve ever known," Renfro said. "I’m not just saying that because he was my grandkid."

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Renfro recalled Uziyah last visited him in San Angelo during spring break, and described how they had enjoyed playing football together.


The 8-year-old was among those killed in Tuesday’s shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. (Manny Renfro via AP)

"We started throwing the football together and I was teaching him pass patterns. Such a fast little boy and he could catch a ball so good," Renfro said. "There were certain plays that I would call that he would remember and he would do it exactly like we practiced."

Makenna Elrod, 10-year-old student


Makenna Elrod, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained by Reuters. (Makenna Lee Elrod's Family/via Reuters)

Makenna Elrod, a 10-year-old student, died in the shooting, according to her family on social media.

A post from Elrod's sister on Twitter read, "My baby sister has finally been found in a classroom… thank you for everyone sending their love to my family and I. All I ask is that you hug your loved ones tonight and tell them you love them, you never know when you won't have the chance to anymore."

Her aunt, Allison McCullough, described Elrod as "beautiful, funny, smart and amazing."

She said Elrod had a big heart and loved her family and friends, according to a GoFundMe page raising money to pay for funeral expenses.

"Her smile would light up a room. We will carry her in our hearts and we know she is with our Lord and Savior," McCullough wrote.

Jose Flores Jr., 10-year-old student


Jose Flores Jr., a 10-year-old student, died in the attack, according to his uncle.

Christopher Salazar described his nephew to the Washington Post as a "very happy little boy" who loved his parents and loved to laugh.

He told the outlet that Flores Jr has just been rewarded for making the honor roll.

"He was very smart," Salazar said. "He wasn’t a kid who would look for trouble."

Rojelio Torres, 10-year-old student


Rojelio Torres, a 10-year-old student, was killed in the shooting, according to his cousin on social media.

Torres' father was initially desperately searching for him, according to KHOU-TV.

His father told the station that he was at work when he learned about the shooting and immediately rushed to the school to look for his son.

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Xavier Lopez, 10-year-old student

Xavier Lopez, a 10-year-old student, was mourned by family members who learned of his death.

Xavier’s cousin, 54-year-old Lisa Garza of Arlington, Texas, said that he was looking forward to spending the summer months swimming.

Fourth-grader Xavier Lopez, 10, was killed when a gunman broke into Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on May 24, 2022. (Courtesy of the family/Fox News/Paul Best)

"He was just a loving 10-year-old little boy, just enjoying life, not knowing that this tragedy was going to happen today," she said. "He was very bubbly, loved to dance with his brothers, his mom. This has just taken a toll on all of us."

Xavier’s uncle, Benito Martinez, told Fox News Digital that his nephew was a quirky kid, and reminded parents to treasure their loved ones.

"For everybody else that has kids out here, cherish these moments just like your parents cherished you every day," Martinez said. "Tomorrow’s not promised, so make today worth it."

Amerie Jo Garza, 10-year-old student

Amerie Jo Garza, 10, had just celebrated making the honor roll in her fourth-grade class, according to a photo obtained by KSAT-TV. Amerie Jo’s father confirmed on Facebook that his daughter was killed after a desperate 7-hour search to find her, the outlet reported.

Angel Garza wrote on Facebook: "Thank you everyone for the prayers and help trying to find my baby. She’s been found. My little love is now flying high with the angels above. Please don’t take a second for granted. Hug your family. Tell them you love them. I love you Amerie jo. Watch over your baby brother for me." 

Garza later posted: "I will never be happy or complete again."

Annabelle Guadalupe Rodriguez, 10-year-old student

Annabelle Guadalupe Rodriguez, 10, who did not make contact with her family in the hours after the shooting, was among those who died, her father told Fox 7 Austin.

Elijah Cruz Torres, a 10-year-old student

Elijah Cruz Torres, 10, was also unaccounted for in the hours following the shooting spree. The 4th-grade student’s grandfather told Fox News on Tuesday the family is worried she is dead.

Elijah Cruz Torres, a 10-year-old student at Robb Elementary School, was killed in the shooting in Uvalde, Texas, her family told Fox 

Elijah's family confirmed her death to Fox News on Wednesday morning.

Eliahna Garcia, 10-year-old student

Relatives of 10-year-old Eliahna Garcia learned late Tuesday that she was among those killed, her aunt, Siria Arizmemdi said.

This undated handout photo provided by Siria Arizmendi shows her niece, Eliahna García, who is among those killed Tuesday in a shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. (Siria Arizmendi via AP)

"She was very happy and very outgoing," Arizmendi, a fifth-grade teacher at Flores Elementary School in the same school district, said Wednesday. "She loved to dance and play sports. She was big into family, enjoyed being with the family."

Jayce Carmelo Luevanos, 10-year-old student

Jayce Carmelo Luevanos, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media. (Silguero's And Luevanos' Family/via Reuters)

Jayce Carmelo Luevanos reportedly did not want to go to school Tuesday.

"Still can't believe that we're never gonna see you again," his aunt wrote on Facebook. 

Jaliah Nicole Silguero, 10-year-old student

Jailah Silguero, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media. (Silguero's And Luevanos' Family/via Reuters)

Jaliah Nicole Silguero was the cousin of Jayce Carmelo Luevanos. 

Her mother, Veronica Luevanos, told Univision that her daughter did not want to go to school Tuesday and that she sensed something bad was going to happen. 

"Fly high baby girl," her mother wrote on Facebook. 

Tess Mata, 10-year-old student

Tess Mata, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media. (Courtesy of Tess Mata's Family/via Reuters)

Tess Mata, who went by Tessy, was a fourth-grader who loved TikTok dance videos, Ariana Grande and the Houston Astros, the Washington Post reported. 

Loved ones initially thought the lockdown at the elementary school was because of people possibly trying to flee police after crossing the southern border, her sister told the newspaper. 

"Sissy I miss you so much," Mata's sister, Faith wrote on Facebook.

Alexandria Aniyah Rubio, fourth-grade student

Alexandria Aniyah Rubio, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media. (Courtesy of Alexandria Aniyah Rubio's Family/via Reuters)

The mother of Alexandria Aniyah Rubio, a fourth grader at Robb Elementary, was full of pride when she posted a family photo on Facebook to boast about her daughter's "All-A honor roll" she received for excellent grades. 

 "She also received the good citizen award," Kimberly Mata-Rubio wrote. "We told her we loved her and would pick her up after school. We had no idea this was goodbye."

Jackie Cazares, 10-year-old student

Jackie Cazares, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media. (Jackie Cazares' Family/via Reuters )

Jackie Cazares was killed along with her cousin Annabelle Rodriguez, according to reports. The pair were also classmates at Robb Elementary. 

Nevaeh Bravo, fourth-grade student

Nevaeh Bravo, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media. (Nevaeh Bravo's Family/via Reuters)

Nevaeh Bravo's death was confirmed by her cousin's social media, according to local reports. 

"Unfortunately my beautiful Nevaeh was one of the many victims from today’s tragedy… Rest in peace my sweet girl, you didn’t deserve this," the post read. 

Layla Salazar, 10-year-old student

Layla Salazar, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen posing with her two first place ribbons in this undated photo. (Layla Salazar's Family/Handout via REUTERS)

Layla loved to swim, dance to TikTok video and was "just a whole lot of fun," her father, Vincent Salazar said. He recalled his daughter was fast, winning six races at the school’s field day, and posting a photo of Layla showing off two of her ribbons on Facebook.

Salazar said Layla loved to jam out with him to "Sweet Child O’ Mine," by Guns N’ Roses each morning as he drove her to school in his pickup. 

He wrote in a Facebook post that the song was "the only thing that's bringing me peace right now."

Alithea Ramirez, 10-year-old student

Alithia Ramirez, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, aspired to be an artist, her father said. (Alithia Ramirez's Family/Handout via REUTERS)

Alithea was one of the 19 fourth-grade students killed, her father, Ryan Ramirez, told KSAT-TV. 

Her father said she loved to draw and aspired to be an artist, having set out to fulfill her dream when she recently sent in a drawing for a Google Doodle contest.

Maite Yuleana Rodriguez, 10-year-old student

Maite Rodriguez, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media.  (Maite Rodriguez's Family/Handout via REUTERS)

Maite Yuleana Rodriguez posed for photos for honor rolls before the shooting, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported. 

Miranda Mathis, 11-year-old student

Miranda Mathis, one of the victims of the mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, is seen in this undated photo obtained from social media.  (Miranda Mathis' Family/Handout via REUTERS)

In a Facebook post, the cousin of Miranda Mathis announced the child's death. 

"This is just so hard my baby cousin all these babies it's so unbelievable I'm so hurt for everyone because we all lost babies in this," Deanna Miller said.

What we know so far

Officials did not immediately reveal a motive, but they identified the assailant as 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, a resident of Uvalde. Law enforcement officials said Ramos acted alone and was killed by a Border Patrol agent who rushed into the school without waiting for backup.

The assault at Robb Elementary School was the deadliest shooting at a U.S. grade school since a gunman killed 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut, almost a decade ago. 

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

 

Breaking: New Ballot Data in Fulton Co. Georgia Reaffirms 2020 Dominion Fraud Issues


All eyes are on Georgia today as voters head to the polls to vote in primaries across the state to select who will appear on the general election ballot in November. While today’s election focuses on the state’s future, Georgia remains embroiled in controversy and discrepancies surrounding the 2020 general election, which saw a scant 11,779 votes out of nearly 5 million separating Joe Biden and Donald Trump in the final tally for the 2020 presidential election. With an irregular recount and a “nothing to see here” audit affirming Joe Biden as the winner in 2020’s critical race, Fulton County remains a focal point in the crucial swing state’s ongoing election debacle. One area in need of attention is the county’s machine count. 

Indeed, significant deficiencies persist in the recount of machine votes in Fulton County. With a detailed report in Gov. Brian Kemp’s possession for the past two weeks, the governor’s office has been verifying the data outlining the shocking findings presented by Kevin Moncla and Mr. Joseph Rossi. As his office continues to review the information, below is a summary of the Moncla and Rossi’s report sitting on Gov. Brian Kemp’s desk.

Recount Deadline and Discrepancies

It is essential to point out that the deadline for the machine recount was Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020, at midnight.

Following an Open Records Request for “email correspondence” between Fulton County Election Director Rick Barron and Ryan Macias of The Elections Group, the complainant received an email on Dec. 3, 2020, at 12:13 PM from Mr. Barron. The email, which included no subject, had an attachment named “Batches Loaded Report.xml” that contained two separate PDF files. Immediately upon viewing the files, it was determined that the Batches Loaded Report was ‘the Fulton County’s reported results for the Machine Recount.”

Notably, a Batches Loaded Report is generated from the Dominion Election Management Server. The report shows the batches loaded into the system, along with the status of each one. In other words, the report contains official election results at the batch level. For context, the Batches Loaded Report for the Nov. 3, 2020 count exactly matched the official results. The report notes, “The votes for the Presidential contest totaled only 511,543, which is 16,382 less than that which was officially certified.”  

A closer look by Moncla and Rossi at the internal timestamp on the raw data of the email and attached report revealed that the document itself (Batches Loaded Report) contains the timestamp of Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020, at 12:06:29. The data confirmed the email timestamp to be Dec. 3, 2020, at 12:13:02 PM, which indicates the email was sent approximately 6 minutes after the Batches Loaded Report was saved. Moncla and Rossi note, “These separately sourced timestamps are reasonably synchronized, thereby removing the possibility that there was incorrect time set on any of the servers or workstations involved.” 


Still, as previously stated, the deadline for the machine recount was midnight on Dec. 2, 2020, which was nearly 12 hours before the email sent by Rick Barron. Moreover, a tweet posted at 11:52 PM on Dec. 2, 2020—8 minutes before the official deadline—declared, “Fulton County has completed the recount of the Nov. 3 Presidential Election. Results will be released by the Secretary of State’s Office.” Moncla and Rossi point out:

ailed to Ryan “Simply put, the recount results that the Fulton County Elections Director em Macias a few minutes after noon on Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020 (the day after the recount deadline), showed only 511,543 votes. Significantly less than the official results of 527,925.”

Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections meeting minutes during which the Recount results were officially certified.

What Caused the Ballot Count Difference?

To figure out what caused the difference between the Batches Loaded Report and the certified election results, the complainant submitted an open records request to Fulton County, explicitly asking for the Recount Batches Loaded Report. In response, Fulton County returned the Batches Loaded Report seen in the screenshot below, highlighting the report’s relevant portion.


Screenshot of Batches Loaded Report presented by Fulton County

In looking at the two Batches Loaded Reports (the one from Rick Barron’s Dec. 3 email, which is referred to as BLR 1; and the one referenced immediately above, which is referred to as BLR 2), it is clear that BLR 2’s total includes 16,198 more votes than BLR 1. 

The Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections (BRE) held a meeting on Dec. 4, 2020, where Mr. Barron provided a briefing on the recount results. Barron contends the results were uploaded on Wednesday, Nov. 3, at which time they discovered they were “short.” On Thursday morning, the Secretary of State advised Fulton County to “reconcile” the results. That afternoon, they determined that a scanner had two sets of 62 batches that were named the same. Unsure of why this happened, the situation caused them to re-scan the 62 batches of ballots on different scanners. Assessing Barron’s summary of the recount, Moncla and Rossi stress: 

“There are several problems with what Mr. Barron’s claims necessitated the “reconciliation” and the actions he said were taken. 

First, Mr. Barron claims there was no way to know the recount results before they were uploaded to the Secretary of State. A point which [Mr. Wingate] was right to question as such a process defies logic. The same also defies fact as the Dominion Voting System manual defines several steps of verification before results can be submitted or “published.”

Second, Mr. Barron attributes the cause for the results being “short” as two sets of 62 batches which were scanned on the same machine and both numbered the same, thereby requiring one set to be re-scanned.”

Elaborating further on his explanation of why the results were “short,” Barron stated:

Once that occurs [two sets of batches scanned on the same machine], there are only 2 ways you can do it, either you have to append those batches at the end, or you can scan them on different scanners. So we used different scanners rather than appending them on the end.” 

Nonetheless, as pointed out by Moncla and Rossi, the Dominion manual provides instructions for the very situation described by Mr. Barron, as referenced below. 

ballot

According to Barron’s statement to the BRE, he chose to re-scan the outstanding batches instead of appending them to the end. However, tabulator records dispute that claim. Records show that multiple additional batches were added along with the 62 batches added during the reconciliation. In fact, these batches were “appended” to the end of not one but seven tabulators “in an obvious attempt to spread the 16,000+ votes amongst many machines.”

Moncla and Rossi report that on the evening of Dec. 3, 2020, Barron added seven batches (see below) to the results of several tabulators. As an example, the batches added to the end of Tabulator 793 are also highlighted below.

ballot

Fulton County Board was Unaware of Size of Recount Discrepancy

A conversation towards the end of the Dec. 4, 2020 BRE meeting with board member Mr. Mark Wingate reveals that the Fulton County Board “was completely unaware” of the size of the discrepancy that triggered the reconciliation:

(59:14) Mr. Wingate:

“We have counted 3 different times and you have gotten 3 different results. When you did the hand recount you were at 742 less than what we certified on 11/13 and now we are recertifying 852 less than what was originally certified on 11/13. It’s hard for people to understand buckets and why they become unreconcilable and they why you have to go back, like this time, to try and come up with some reconciliation because if you wouldn’t have done that you would have been what, some 3 or 4 thousand votes even less?”

(1:00:16) Mr. Barron:

“Yeah. Essentially.”

Mr. Barron disclosed during the meeting that they realized they were “short” after the recount was uploaded to the SoS, prompting the SoS to order Fulton County to conduct a “reconciliation.” Barron then offers several excuses for why the submitted results were deficient and more excuses about his actions to remedy the deficiencies. Yet, Moncla and Rossi explain that every excuse is refuted in detail by the facts and record at hand. They proclaim:

“Votes were not added for the reasons Barron explained, derived from the source Barron described, nor distributed the way Barron stated.

No matter the reason, 16,198 votes were in fact added to the recount between the time of Rick Barron’s email to Ryan Macias (not an employee or contractor of Fulton County) at noon on Dec. 3 and the time of the BRE meeting the following morning.”

Missing Ballot Images: What Wasn’t Included in the Recount

Moncla and Rossi uncovered through analysis by “WarTornTrump” that the official recount included 17,852 votes with missing ballot images. Recent filings in a pending lawsuit verify that Fulton County has confirmed it does not have the disappeared ballot images. There are also 3,125 duplicate ballot images included in the official recount results, as recorded by Seeforyourself. Together, these two additions total 20,977 ballots for which there are votes but no ballot images. Moncla and Rossi reiterate:

“There are 20,977 unsubstantiated votes, which were in fact counted and included in the official results for the recount.”

Remarkably, Moncla and Rossi report that “original election-night [Nov. 3] count included 10 Advance Voting tabulator results for which we have no record.” Specifically, this means “no poll open tapes, no daily status tapes, and poll closing tapes.” An Open Records Request to Fulton County seeking the ten tabulator tapes resulted in a reply stating, “No such records.” 

Likewise, in an attempt to clarify if the records were missing or didn’t exist, they sent two emails to Fulton County. Upon reply, they were told, “The records do not exist.” The ten tabulator results with no backup total 20,713 ballots. Undoubtedly, the realization Fulton County has no record for the tabulators and no record of the 20,713 ballot images from the allegedly scanned ballots is significant. 

Summarizing the unsettling circumstances in their detailed report sitting on Governor Kemp’s desk for the past two weeks, Moncla and Rossi explain:

“It would be far more than incredible to believe the 20,713 ballot scanning/ballot image deficiency of the original count, and the 20,977 ballot image deficiency of the recount, are not one in the same.”




Wisconsin GOP Elections Commissioner Resigns – Slams Trump on Way Out the Door — Commission Remains in Legal Jeopardy over State Nursing Home Ballot Fraud Scandal

by Jim Hoft


Dean Knudson and Wisconsin Speaker Robin Vos

Republican Dean Knudson, a republican member of the WEC, abruptly resigned today after serving five years. Knudson slammed President Trump on the way out the door saying there was no fraud in the 2020 Wisconsin Election.

Knudson chose to ignore the voter fraud discovered by the Wisconsin Special Counsel earlier this year.



The Racine County Sheriff’s Office announced during their press conference one week ago on Thursday that they were submitting their investigation to the Racine District Attorney’s office following their hearing. The Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) violated state law in a statewide nursing home voting scam. The WEC did not follow the law. The Wisconsin Election … Continue reading

Remember, WEC, with the exception of Spindell, asked clerks across Wisconsin in 2020 not to follow election law involving Special Voting Deputies in nursing homes, which Justice Gableman believes in his March 1st Interim Election Fraud Report, was the breeding grounds for massive election fraud.

WEC, with the exception of Spindell, literally looked the other way in 2020 involving indefinitely confined and ERIC’S mover list.

WEC also unequivocally endorsed the illegal ballot drop boxes.


Dean Knudson and Wisconsin Speaker Robin Vos

Republican Dean Knudson, a republican member of the WEC, abruptly resigned today after serving five years. Knudson slammed President Trump on the way out the door saying there was no fraud in the 2020 Wisconsin Election.

Knudson chose to ignore the voter fraud discovered by the Wisconsin Special Counsel earlier this year.

Remember, WEC, with the exception of Spindell, asked clerks across Wisconsin in 2020 not to follow election law involving Special Voting Deputies in nursing homes, which Justice Gableman believes in his March 1st Interim Election Fraud Report, was the breeding grounds for massive election fraud.

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WEC, with the exception of Spindell, literally looked the other way in 2020 involving indefinitely confined and ERIC’S mover list.

WEC also unequivocally endorsed the illegal ballot drop boxes.

The Cap Times reported:

Dean Knudson, a Republican member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, will resign after serving almost five years on the commission, he announced Wednesday.

Speaking at a meeting scheduled to elect the commission’s next chair, Knudson said he would continue to serve until Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, appoints his successor.

During his remarks, Knudson said, “I will put my conservative record against anyone in the state of Wisconsin, and yet, now I’ve been branded a RINO (Republican in name only).”

Knudson said he’s received that brand because “two of my core values are to practice service above self and to display personal integrity.”

He continued: “And to me, that integrity demands acknowledging the truth even when the truth is painful. In this case, the painful truth is that President (Donald) Trump lost the election in 2020. Lost the election in Wisconsin in 2020. And the loss was not due to election fraud.”  [The Uniparty is a reality - ED]

Knudson also took an indirect jab at fellow GOP commissioner Robert Spindell, who is vying to be WEC’s next chair. Spindell was one of 10 Republicans in the state who posed as a false elector for former President Donald Trump.

“Unfortunately now, elected officials, appointed officials and candidates at the highest levels in my party have refused to believe that President Trump lost,” he said. “Even worse, some have peddled misinformation and perpetuated falsehoods about the 2020 election.”  [Such alleged 'misinformation' flys in the face of '2000 Mules' and Tangible proof of Dominion Machine Fraud in the 2020 election as well as much more forensic evidence on frankspeech.com.  - ED]

Source: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/05/wisconsin-gop-elections-commissioner-resigns-slams-trump-way-door-commission-remains-legal-jeopardy/





War Room: Dr. Naomi Wolf Reports Vaccine Dangers for Unborn Babies Are Becoming Clearer

by Linnea Wahl, Team 5 (War Room group led by Dr. Naomi Wolf)

In this video, volunteer Linnea Wahl from Team 5 discusses dangers faced by vaccinated, pregnant women and their babies. Are pregnant women who get the Pfizer mRNA vaccine putting their unborn babies at increased of dying? DailyClout’s Team 5 looks at the Pfizer data and answers this question.