Elector Files Complaint Accusing Madison, Wisconsin Mayor and City Clerk of Election Bribery

by Jim Hoft

An elector in Madison, Wisconsin filed a complaint on Thursday against Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway and Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl, accusing them of election bribery after making a deal with Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL) which constituted prohibited election bribery under Wisconsin statutes.

In the agreement, the Respondents and their City agreed to take Center for Tech and Civic Life’s money to facilitate in-person and absentee voting within their city,” according to the complaint.

“Any agreement where the City’s election officials receive Center for Tech and Civic Life’s or other’s private money to facilitate in-person and absentee voting within the city violates Wisconsin Statutes 12.11’s prohibition on election bribery,” the complaint stated.

Attorney Erick Kaardal of Thomas More Society said, “The evidence in this complaint is overwhelming and condemning.”

“Even on the surface, given all benefit of doubt, there is no question that Mayor Rhodes-Conway and Clerk Witzel-Behl accepted private money from the Center for Tech and Civic Life to facilitate in-person and absentee voting in Madison. This is in violation of Wisconsin election law,” he added.

Courts Are Ruling in Favor of Trump in Election Lawsuits

by Bob Adelmann

Courts Are Ruling in Favor of Trump in Election Lawsuits

A careful analysis of 81 lawsuits related to election fraud have been filed. Of those that have been ruled upon, President Trump has won two-thirds of them.  

An extensive report issued by John Droz and his team of fellow scientists and engineers is being totally ignored by the mainstream media. Instead, the media narrative is this: “There was no election fraud because the courts have said so.” 

Wrong on both counts, according to Droz’s analysis. Said Droz:

To counter the later part of that false narrative, a team of independent volunteer (unpaid) scientists and engineers recently put together a list of lawsuits involving the 2020 Presidential election. In it we identified the issues at stake, how each case was treated by the courts, what evidence was objectively analyzed, who won and lost, etc…. 

We tried to walk a narrow line of not only having a comprehensive list, but also information easy enough for the public to understand. (For example, since none of us are attorneys, we consciously tried to avoid unnecessary legal jargon.)

To further assist in the understanding of this important list, we simplified 20+ pages of filings and decisions on each case into a one or two sentence summary…. 

Lastly, we passed this list by over a dozen lawyers involved with election-related lawsuits. The typical response we received was “Excellent!”

Of the 81 lawsuits filed so far, 11 have either been withdrawn or combined with another lawsuit. Twenty-three cases were dismissed due to lack of standing, timing of the suit, or jurisdiction. 

the remaining 47 lawsuits, 25 are still pending. That leaves 22 lawsuits that have been ruled upon. These are cases where the court heard the arguments, examined the evidence, and then formally ruled on the matter. Fifteen of them were decided in favor of President Donald Trump, while seven were lost. 

“So,” wrote Droz, “Trump (et al) has WON the majority of the 2020 election cases [that were] fully heard and then decided upon on their merits!”  

Nothing but silence is heard from the mainstream media — they’ve simply stopped reporting on them. Instead, when pressed, they will repeat the canard that “Trump has lost all the lawsuits that have come before the courts.”  

There remain 25 lawsuits pending. It’s more than likely that at least 15 of them will be decided in favor of Trump, concluding that there was massive election fraud.