Top Wisconsin Election Fraud Investigator Tells Carlson of 100% Voting Rates in Nursing Homes


Fox News host Tucker Carlson responded to the findings of the Wisconsin Assembly’s Office of Special Counsel concerning alleged voter fraud in the 2020 general election, saying they are “horrifying.”

Carlson opened the segment Tuesday night with special counsel and former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice Michael Gableman by noting at the very top of the list of things people aren’t allowed to say is that there was voter fraud in the 2020 presidential race.

“The fact is there was, and the deeper you dig, the more of it you find,” Carlson stated, citing the interim report released by Gableman’s office last week.

It highlights of the 66 nursing homes it vetted thus far in Milwaukee, Racine and Dane counties, 100 percent of the registered voters cast ballots, despite many of the residents being incompetent to vote due to mental incapacity.

Additionally, 97 percent of the registered voters in the nine nursing homes the investigators looked into voted in Kenosha County, and 95 percent of those in 16 nursing homes in Brown County voted as well.

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The report only reflects “voting at the nursing homes that the OSC has been able to vet to this juncture.”

The OSC called for a complete statewide audit of absentee ballots sourced from nursing homes and other residential care facilities.

The report further noted that the Racine County Sheriff’s office made a criminal referral for members of the Wisconsin Elections Commission “relating to their instructions to municipal clerks not to send SVDs [Special Voting Deputies] to nursing homes for the November 2020 Presidential election.”

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Wisconsin law requires the SVDs be dispatched for the purpose of supervising absentee voting.

“Further, the law specifically provides that ‘the [SVDs] shall not accept an absentee ballot submitted by an elector whose ballot was not issued to the elector by the [SVDs]’ and that ‘[a]ll voting shall be conducted in the presence of the [SVDs],'” the OSC report says.

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“The government sponsored elder abuse, all to ring out votes from people who frankly were victimized by the very people at the Wisconsin Elections Commission, who were supposed to keep our voters safe,” Gableman told Carlson.

The Milwaukee Journal Times reported on Monday that the Milwaukee Election Commission Executive Director Claire Woodall-Vogg sent an email to the paper, stating in the November 2020 election, there were “579 ballots issued to SVD (special voting deputy) voters; 389 ballots returned; 67.2% return rate.”

Gableman also accused the Center for Tech and Civic Life, largely funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, of using large sums of money to turn out the vote and impact how the election was conducted in Wisconsin’s five largest cities: Milwaukee, Green Bay, Madison, Racine and Kenosha.

The special counsel called the $8.8 million the Center spent in these cities bribery, though the Associated Press reported in Oct. 2020 a federal judge rejected this characterization, ruling the private funds were lawful.

Gableman offered the example of Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, a lawyer from Brooklyn, New York, who he said “was running the election site on Election Day in the city of Green Bay.”

Then city clerk Kris Teske, in fact, went on leave two weeks before the general election out of frustration of how the “grant mentor” Spitzer-Rubenstein was usurping her authority, according to the Wall Street Journal.

Green Bay Democratic Mayor Eric Genrich “allowed staff who were not educated on election law to run the election, along with people who weren’t even City of Green Bay employees,” Teske wrote in an email in December 2020.

She felt cut out, “even though it’s the Clerk’s job to administer an election.”

Democrat Joe Biden carried Wisconsin by 20,682 votes over then-President Donald Trump, representing a less than 1 percent separation between the two of the total ballots cast.

Carlson concluded his interview with Gableman saying, “We haven’t always highlighted voter fraud on this show, but this report proves it. It’s horrifying.”

While testifying at the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections last week Gableman said, “I believe the legislature ought to take a very hard look at the option of decertification of the 2020 Wisconsin general election.”

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