As more 2020 election data has emerged, more worrisome ‘irregularities’ and possible improprieties are coming to light.  The latest explosive examples come out of Green Bay, Wisconsin where new election documents have been made public.  And the results are so bad, many–including at least one state Senator, are calling for the “bullying” Democrat mayor to resign.

Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich

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“Records, files, news reports, sworn affidavits, and testimonies have all slowly been revealing the massive fraud which took place during the 2020 elections.  The kind of fraud which occurs through connections, and a vast network of connected individuals, and organizations.  The 503C Shuffle, as I like to call it.  I’m talking about Democrats “helping” to conduct elections, but have clear funding from outside institutions, and organizations.  Organizations funded by Mark Zuckerberg and others.”

Former judge, Ted Adam Tweeted regarding the newly released documents:

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“NO INTEGRITY: Emails show Green Bay’s highly partisan Dem Mayor Genrich & his staff usurping city Clerk Kris Teske’s authority & letting the Zuckerberg-funded “grant team” take over — a clear violation of WI election statutes, say election law experts.”

The American Greatness article he links contains a lot of information and is worth reading.  However, the summary is as follows:

“The Wisconsin House of Representatives on Wednesday held a hearing to review election irregularities after newly revealed documents obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight revealed that Democrat activists, funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, were able to infiltrate the 2020 presidential election in Wisconsin’s five largest cities.

In Green Bay, a Democrat activist was actually given keys to the room where absentee ballots were stored before the 2020 presidential election.

The city received a total of $1.6 million in grant funding from the Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life, according to Wisconsin Spotlight. A Democrat operative from New York named Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein became a “grant mentor.”

…Spitzer-Rubenstein, according to Wisconsin Spotlight, was allowed to essentially become “the de facto city elections chief.”

“If the city clerk doesn’t run them there’s no transparency in the elections,”  Kaardal testified.

The documents show that Green Bay City Clerk Kris Teske initially resisted Spitzer-Rubenstein’s efforts to correct or “cure” absentee ballots returned to her office, but eventually, amidst an intense pressure campaign, gave up.

…And the liberal groups were improperly insinuating themselves into the election system and coordinating with what became known as the “Wisconsin 5,” the state’s five largest communities that split more than $6 million in Zuckerberg money.

Documents also quoted governments officials’ frustration with being sidelined and bullied in favor of far-left Zuckerberg operatives by the leftist Green Bay mayor, much like thousands of non-leftist election observers during 2020 counts across the nation:

“As you know I am very frustrated, along with the Clerk’s Office. I don’t know what to do anymore. I am trying to explain the process but it isn’t heard. I don’t feel I can talk to the Mayor after the last meeting you, me, Celestine, and the Mayor had even though the door is supposedly open,” the city clerk wrote to Green Bay Finance Director Diana Ellenbecker in late August. “I don’t understand how people who don’t have knowledge of the process can tell us how to manage the election.”

On Oct. 22, things apparently reached a boiling point. Teske told Ellenbecker that two members of the clerk’s staff wanted to quit, and another was looking for a new job. They were being ignored or bullied by the mayor’s office.

“They call me crying or they say they went home crying,” the clerk said.

But, beyond the ruthless bullying tactics, special powers and privileges were granted to Zuckerberg’s Spitzer-Rubenstein that supposedly put him inexplicably alone in the room with all the ballots:

“While Spitzer-Rubenstein was given the keys to the room where the absentee ballots were stored, a Hyatt Regency checklist instructed staff “DO NOT UNLOCK GRAND BALLROOM UNTIL Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein IS WITH SECURITY WHEN UNLOCKING THE GRAND BALLROOM DOORS.”

According to former Brown County Clerk Sandy Juno, who retired from the post in early January, the contract stipulated that Spitzer-Rubenstein could have four of the five keys to the KI Center’s ballroom — “several days before the election.”

“The city of Green Bay literally gave the keys to the election to a Democratic Party operative from New York,”  Wisconsin Spotlight noted.

A poll watcher testified Wednesday that Spitzer-Rubenstein was constantly talking on his phone, or working on his laptop during her entire shift on Election Day. She said she observed what looked like an Excel spreadsheet on his laptop.

Kaardal, another fact witness at the hearing, presented several slides summing up how Democrat politicians took control of the election apparatus in Green Bay in the run-up to the 2020 election.”

Katrina Nickell of Fox 11 also confirmed additional aspects of the story:

“A rally calling for Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich’s resignation taking place outside City Hall. Green Bay posts election records online.”

FOX 11 Reports:

GREEN BAY (WLUK) — Public records relating to the city of Green Bay’s handling of last year’s elections are now available online as an Appleton lawmaker has renewed his call for Green Bay’s mayor to resign.

The city posted documents that have been released as part of open records requests, as well as some records that no one specifically requested.

The city accused critics of making “false statements” regarding how the 2020 elections were handled.

One of those critics, State Sen. Roger Roth, R-Appleton, issued a statement Friday saying the city’s records showed “a pattern of access and influence from outside, partisan actors,” despite Mayor Eric Genrich’s insistence that the elections were handled properly.

One of Roth’s arguments centers around Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, a former Democratic operative, who was working for the Vote at Home Institute. He helped the city with the election as part of a $1.6 million grant from the Center for Tech and Civic Life.

A city document a resident obtained through an open records request shows Spitzer-Rubenstein was assigned to guide the arrival of absentee ballots to the central count operations at KI Convention Center the morning of the election. From there, he is listed as helping supervise the operations.

On Thursday, Genrich, a former Democratic state representative, told FOX 11 that no one from outside city government touched any ballots. However, recently retired Brown County Clerk Sandy Juno, a Republican, testified at a Republican-led hearing at the state Capitol Wednesday that Spitzer-Rubenstein was touching ballots.

All of this has caused many, including a state Senator, to call for the resignation of the Green Bay mayor:

“Update: State Senator Calls on Green Bay Mayor to Resign after Top Democrat Given Keys to Arena Where Absentee Ballots Were Stored and Counted Before Election Day”

As more an more documents emerge from the 2020 election, more and more stories like this will emerge.  Then, perhaps the dam will break and unleash the 2022 flood of America First during the mid-terms to save this country.

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