Meagan Wolfe, the corrupt Wisconsin Elections Commission Director, has been fired. She won’t be able to steal the 2024 Election.
The AP calls her “nonpartisan” but nothing could be further from the truth. A long time ago the AP stopped reporting the news and started pushing propaganda.
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate voted Thursday to fire the battleground state’s nonpartisan top elections official, prompting a legal challenge from Democrats who say the vote was illegitimate.
Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul said in a lawsuit that Senate Republicans don’t have the authority to oust Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Meagan Wolfe and accused them of attacking the state’s elections.
It’s the latest in a whirlwind of deep partisan divisions in Wisconsin, where Republicans who control the Legislature are threatening to impeach a newly elected Supreme Court justice before she’s even heard a case. They’re also floating plans to overhaul the state’s electoral maps before the high court can toss out current boundaries that favor the GOP.
Wolfe has been the subject of conspiracy theories and target for threats from election skeptics who falsely claim she was part of a plan to rig the 2020 vote in Wisconsin, and GOP leaders cited concerns from those skeptics in justifying Thursday’s 22-11 vote along party lines.
I’ve previously reported on why Meagan Wolfe should be removed from office.
Hot Government points out the following about Wolfe:
- Promoted the unlawful use of ballot drop boxes
- Permitted others to return voters’ absentee ballot applications to the clerks’ offices
- Permitted absentee voting to take place in long-term care facilities without the use of Special Voting Deputies
- Promoted the curing of absentee ballots
- Recommended New York resident Michael Spitzer Rubinstein assist Wisconsin election clerks with the 2020 election
- Currently, there are 17 OP-en lawsuits naming Meagan Wolfe and/or The Wisconsin Election Commission as defendant(s)
- Wolfe receives an annual salary of $188,000 (plus benefits)
See much more here.