The “Wolfe of State Street”, Meagan Wolfe from Wisconsin is facing termination. In a hearing on her merits as the current Wisconsin Chief Election Official, Ms. Wolfe never even showed up.
The following was provided by Wisconsin election integrity expert Jefferson Davis
The Wisconsin Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection held an Informational Hearing on the consideration of the Wisconsin Election Commission’s unanimous recommendation to nominate the current Administrator of Election to be reappointed for a new 4-year term to end on July 1, 2027, per Wisconsin State Statute 15.61 (click here – Wisconsin Legislature: 15.61).
The majority of the Wisconsin Elections Commission Members (click here – Members and Administrator | Wisconsin Elections Commission) unanimously voted on June 27, 2023, to reappoint the current Administrator of Elections for a new 4-year term that was to end on June 30, 2023 (click here – Reappointment vote ends in partisan deadlock for battleground Wisconsin’s top elections official | AP News), by following the law and State Statute 15.61.
The 3 liberal progressive democrat Commissioners abstained from voting to reappoint the Administrator of Elections, while the 3 republican Commissioners voted in the majority to unanimously reappoint the current Administrator of Elections for a new 4-year term to end on July 1, 2027.
Realizing that liberal progressive democrats were angling to break the law and to keep the current Administrator of Elections in place indefinitely, the Wisconsin State Senate unanimously passed SR 3 on June 28, 2023, to have the Senate follow the law per State Statute 15.61 and consider the nomination of the current Administrator of Elections for a new 4-year term to end on July 1, 2027 (click here – 2023 Senate Resolution 3 (wisconsin.gov)).
There is no “vacancy” for the position of Administrator of Elections.
There is a recommendation of the Wisconsin Election Commission to the Wisconsin Senate to reappoint the current Administrator of Elections to a new 4-year term to end on July 1, 2027.
The Wisconsin State Senate has the final confirmation of the Administrator of Elections as State Statute 15.61 specifically states that the Administrator of Elections shall be appointed by a majority of Members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission with the advice and consent of the Wisconsin State Senate.
The current Administrator of Elections has been the subject of heavy criticism and scrutiny regarding the administration of elections in Wisconsin over the past 3 years with The Gateway Pundit posting many articles from many different perspectives including voting machines being connected to the internet (click here – BREAKING: Experts Uncover Evidence that Voting Machines in Wisconsin Were Connected to NGO During 2020 Election | The Gateway Pundit | by Joe Hoft).
The current Administrator of Elections was involved in Wisconsin’s 10 Electoral College Votes being awarded to the Democrat Candidate for President in 2020 when all precincts in the state had reported with President Trump holding an insurmountable lead at midnight by some 110,000 votes.
A “lost” flash drive was then mysteriously found at 3:26 A.M. on November 4, 2020, by the City of Milwaukee Elections Director with some 170,000 “absentee” ballots that needed to be tabulated.
Shazamm, the first 20,000 votes go to President Trump and now he is ahead by 130,000 votes.
But the remaining 150,682 votes all go to the democrat candidate to provide the margin of victory (20, 682) and Wisconsin’s 10 Electoral College Votes (click here – Milwaukee Election Flash Drive Was Briefly Lost, Sources Say. (wisconsinrightnow.com)).
Email exchanges between Zuckerberg Staffers and the City of Milwaukee Elections Clerk show them congratulating each other on the job well done of knowing exactly how votes were needed at midnight to push the democrat candidate over the top in securing Wisconsin’s 10 Electoral College Votes.
The current Administrator of Elections and Wisconsin Elections Commission completely accepted the explanation of the City of Milwaukee Elections Director and never asked any questions.
Wisconsin is one of a handful of states that has an Administrator of Elections.
The overwhelming majority of states (43) elect or have the governor/legislature appoint an Administrator of Elections (click here – Election Administration at State and Local Levels (ncsl.org)).
The Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection opened the Informational Hearing to all citizens who wanted to speak in favor or opposition to the appointment of the current Administrator of Elections for a new 4-year term.
The Senate Hearing Room was standing room only and an overflow room had to be set up for an additional 15-20 attendees.
Attendees were given 5 minutes to speak.
27 attendees spoke in favor of replacing the current Administrator of Elections.
4 attendees, including one of Wisconsin Election Commission Members, spoke in favor of reappointing the current Administrator of Elections.
The Informational Hearing lasted for 4 hours.
Some of the more riveting testimony was provided from the following perspectives with 5–6 minute videos:
Kelly Clark from Wisconsin HOT gave a presentation on “The Wolfe of State Street” Meagan Wolfe in front of the Wisconsin Senate. She discussed the many ways the 2020 Election was broken and the many ways that Wolfe “gaslighted” all of Wisconsin by pretending that the election was free and fair.
This was an excellent presentation.
Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Judge Michael Gableman was there to discuss Ms. Wolfe’s actions in the state and he began by pointing out that Ms. Wolfe never showed up at the hearing.