Wisconsin Citizens’ Groups are mad as hell and they are not going to take it anymore.
The early rumblings of this storm began in the Wisconsin Supreme Court election when Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus found 14,000 votes a day after the election to give the race to Prosser over Kloppenburg. Yes. There was an investigation of Kathy Nickolaus and a recount of the election. What election observers of the recount observed was a culture of protection of County Clerks actions, right or wrong, much like the culture of protecting pedophiles within the ranks of the Catholic Church. In the case of Wisconsin elections the Bishop is Kevin Kennedy and the Diocese is the Government Accountability Board the abusers are County Clerks like Kathy Nickolaus and her anointed brethren of the election process in your state, your county, your ward, your polling place.
After observers where stymied, blocked, and ignored in the Supreme Court recount, a decade of denial broke down deep within them, resulting in the realization that the culture of protection surrounding Wisconsin elections was far more threatening than the result of any single race. It was a threat to democracy itself. Since all of the rules and procedures for conducting a recount were enforced and administrated by Bishop Kennedy in the GAB Diocese, the abuses to the vote bags, chain of custody, and falsely dated poll tapes would never reach the light of day. Just as in the long battle to bring child abuse to light, the press would not give voice to the one or two victims who came forward for fear of the repercussions if the allegations proved to be false. Like the many victims of abuse from priests and coaches, the cries of foul play from election observers have gone unreported, dismissed, and unanswered. Oh, there are lists, docs, and photos of these allegations that have been brought to the attention of the press, but in the interests of offering a drink of election fraud lite, below is just one video. It is 9 minutes and is the second half of Barb With’s testimony before the Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Election and Campaign reform on June 11, 2011, just months after the Supreme Court recount. You can witness for yourself how Barb With’s breakthrough of denial of election fraud carries its affect to a passion to be heard by the bishops who have protected the clerks of their system for years. The video has been “viewed” a little over 3,000 times. The allegation of the falsely dated poll tape has never been answered or explained in any of the recorded minutes that document the proceedings of the Supreme Court Recall Election. County Clerk Kathy Nicholaus was reprimanded months later, in a report prepared by Tim Verhoff Verhoff – “News at Last” for the GAB. She remains in her position of County Clerk of Waukesha County. “I Don’t Think We Are in Wisconsin Anymore”
A Very Fast Forward
Here we are today, up to minute, breaking, breaking, breaking….
Many of the very same folks who were observers of that Supreme Court Election and who stood toe to toe with Barb With and watched each of their recorded objections denied in that recount of yesteryear…well they are back. (Many refer to the video above as that old “hearing video”)
These Wisconsin Citizens, (who are volunteers and unpaid) who felt the bend of the learning curve of election fraud like a ruler across the knuckles, are back. This time, they prepared themselves with an “end around” strategy, after learning the bishops (who are positioned and paid) would continue to protect their vote abusers (who are positioned and paid). This time the plan was to conduct an oversight of the votes in the June 5 Recall election through the Freedom of Information process. Letters were sent to County Clerks across the state asking to inspect, ballots and election materials with the goal of actually counting the votes.
Most people are shocked to learn that the paper trail that is spit out by a machine when they vote is never actually used to verify the digital machine count! It has also been discovered that some County Clerks sent the cartridges (card, prom packs) that hold the digital election count, out of state, before the 21 days after the election in violation of election law statutes.Cartridges, Clerks, and Men in White Suits These cartridges were sent to the offices of Command Central near St. Cloud, Minnesota – the corporation that programs and tabulates them in the first place!
The Block – The Denial – The Fix
Bishop Kennedy sent out an edict to the citizens who are attempting an accurate accounting of the June 5 election, in which he spells out rules and regulations by which these requested election materials can be viewed. Below is just item #14 from the list and is singled out to demonstrate the absurdity with which this Bishop will entangle himself in order protect his clergy:
14. If the voted ballots are made available for inspection, they may not be given to the requesterto handle. The custodian must present each individual ballot to the requester in a manner that enables the requester to view the ballot without touching the ballot. This is necessary to protect the integrity of the voted ballot.
The full letter can be read here on face book Kennedy’s letter
Analogy time: Ok. I have custody of a child and I send that child on a ride with a stranger out of state. An agency discovers this irresponsible act and demands to examine the child. I hold that you can examine the child but you cannot touch the child and you will need to pay for my time while the child is examined.
Substitute cartridges for child and that is the logic of the current situation.
All Citzens Want is to Count the Vote
What are Bishop Kennedy and the Clergy Clerks afraid of? Is the fear and obstruction analogous to that of real Bishops and Clergy of the Catholic Church in the earliest cases involving abuse of children? All the citizens want to do is count the vote and verify the paper record with the digital tally or determine the truth. That’s it. If Kennedy is confident in the process, why not cooperate with these volunteers who are offering their time and energy to verify election results. Why…indeed.