The Wisconsin Voters Alliance is calling for the state Supreme Court to take up a case against the Wisconsin Elections Commission in order to prevent certification of the state’s presidential election results.
Per Shawn Johnson “The group wants justices to require the Legislature, which is controlled by Republicans, to appoint Wisconsin’s electors instead.”
A conservative law firm has filed a lawsuit with the state Supreme Court asking justices to block certification of Wisconsin's presidential election.
The group wants justices to require the Legislature, which is controlled by Republicans, to appoint Wisconsin's electors instead. pic.twitter.com/kDq9YLI3Ut
— Shawn Johnson (@SJohnsonWPR) November 24, 2020
According to NBC 15 “the lawsuit filed Tuesday on behalf of the Wisconsin Voters Alliance argues that there was a systematic effort in Wisconsin using money to evade voting laws in order to cast tens of thousands of illegal ballots. The petitioners continue, alleging that the 20,608 vote margin between President-elect Joe Biden and President Donald Trump includes ineligible and illegal votes.”
The report adds “Wisconsin Voters Alliance argues that the money was sourced back to an organization funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. According to the petition for original action, the group believes that the Zuckerberg-funded organization, Center for Technology and Civic Life, gave over $6 million to multiple cities in Wisconsin, including Green Bay, Madison and Milwaukee in order to facilitate absentee voting in violation of Wisconsin law.”
Phill Kline, who represents the petitioners, said “When you add that up and you consider the margin here, your election is in doubt.”
Kline, who directs the Amistad Projects is working on multiple lawsuits in 6 swing states.
“It should not be certified and the results should not be accepted,” he added ” Wisconsin deserves better.”
Attorney General Josh Kaul fired back at the group and accused them of trying to disenfranchise Wisconsin voters.
Kaul tweeted “this litigation seeks to disenfranchise every Wisconsinite who voted in the 2020 presidential election. @WisDOJ will ensure that Wisconsin’s presidential electors are selected based on the will of the more than 3 million Wisconsin voters who cast a ballot.”
This litigation seeks to disenfranchise every Wisconsinite who voted in the 2020 presidential election. @WisDOJ will ensure that Wisconsin’s presidential electors are selected based on the will of the more than 3 million Wisconsin voters who cast a ballot. https://t.co/oNcy9e9qoZ
— Attorney General Josh Kaul (@WisDOJ) November 24, 2020