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Fox News host Tucker Carlson sat down with the head of the taxpayer-funded Wisconsin election probe, Michael Gableman, on Monday to discuss rampant voter fraud that allegedly took place in the 2020 presidential election via nursing homes, bribery, and funds doled out by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg.
“So, you learn a lot about what the people in charge care about by what they won’t allow you to say. And at the very top of the list of the things you’re not allowed to say… can literally get you silenced and censored for saying… is that there was voter fraud in the last election, but the fact is there was, and the deeper you dig, the more you find,” Carlson opened the segment by noting.
“The Wisconsin office of Special Counsel has just released its second report on the subject and it’s pretty unbelievable. The report found, among other things, ‘100 percent voting rates in many nursing homes in Brown, Dane, Kenosha, Milwaukee, and Racine counties.’ Several of these nursing home residents that had voted had been previously declared incompetent,” he continued and then introduced Gableman.
“The report is, in my opinion, pretty shocking. Give us the overview of what you found,” Carlson said turning it over to Gableman.
“Tucker, the overview relates right back to what you said in your opening segment. The relatively unremarkable observation that all lives are equal. Well, it should be relative… it should also be unremarkable to say that all votes in a democracy are equal. But that wasn’t the case in Wisconsin in November 2020,” he said.
"All votes in a democracy should be equal. But that wasn't the case in Wisconsin in 2020."
–Michael Gableman (Special Counsel to the WI Assembly) on the unlawful voter conduct in 2020 used to defeat Donald Trump. Gableman accuses Mark Zuckerberg of illegalities. #Tucker pic.twitter.com/I80ItWK6pM
— Mike (@1776Fightr) March 8, 2022
“We had a wave of massive election bribery in which government officials in the five Zuckerberg-sponsored cities participated as well as what you related when you introduced your audience to me, which is government-sponsored elder abuse. All to wring out votes from people who were, frankly, victimized by the very people at the Wisconsin Elections Commission who were supposed to keep our voters safe,” Gableman asserted.
“I’m a little confused. So, Mark Zuckerberg is a tech billionaire, he’s not a government official. He has no legal or constitutional right to control our elections but it sounds like he had a great deal of control over the elections in Wisconsin,” Carlson pointed out.
Tucker is now interviewing Michael Gableman, the WI Special Counsel whose Second Interim Report on the 2020 election found evidence of corrupt public private partnerships that effectively turned election administration over to private partisans funded by Mark Zuckerberg
— Kingmaker – Big IF! (True) (@KingMakerFT) March 8, 2022
Special Counsel Michael Gableman just called for Wisconsin to be decertified.
In every Wisconsin county that received Zuckerberg funding, nursing homes reported 100 PERCENT turnout. #Decertify pic.twitter.com/rdTJc2m6nI
— Teresa AnnMarie (@TeresaFreeThink) March 1, 2022
“He had a great deal. He adopted a plan by a guy who became his employee named David Plouffe, who wrote the unsubtly titled book, ‘A Citizen’s Guide to Beating Donald Trump’ and on November 11, 2016, Dave Plouffe did a post mortem on the Hillary Clinton campaign’s failure to win and he said the two big mistakes that the Hillary Clinton campaign made were failing to target cities like Milwaukee and failing to drive up the numbers of the African American vote,” Gableman remarked.
“And so, Mark Zuckerberg has $330 million dollars that he’s gonna spend to defeat Donald Trump. And he puts David Plouffe’s lessons of the 2016 campaign into operation in Wisconsin and now we are seeing a complete cover-up and obstruction by the very so-called public servants who ran this election. Who should have been in charge but who delegated it out to Mark Zuckerberg’s agents and virtual employees,” he asserted.
“We had one guy, Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, a lawyer from Brooklyn, New York, who was running the election site on election day in the city of Green Bay, one of our five largest cities, also one of the five cities to receive Zuckerberg money, $8.8 million dollars between the five,” Gableman charged.
Special Counsel Michael Gableman says Facebook CEO's $8.8 million into Wisconsin's Democrat cities was election bribery in violation of the law pic.twitter.com/pDBzOpZulG
— Liz Harrington (@realLizUSA) March 1, 2022
“That’s just… it’s all beyond belief and you’d think that people who wanted to defend democracy would be outraged, but of course, they’re in favor of it,” Carlson concluded, calling the report horrifying and vowing to delve much deeper into it.
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