MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) – A group of voters is asking the Wisconsin Supreme Court to initiate proceedings against the Wisconsin Electoral Commission to prevent verification of the outcome of a presidential election.
An action filed on behalf of the Wisconsin Voters Alliance on Tuesday argues that a systematic effort has been made in Wisconsin to use voting money to evade voting laws to issue tens of thousands of illegal ballots. The petitioners continue to claim that the difference of 20,608 votes between President-elect Joe Biden and President Donald Trump includes ineligible and illegal votes.
According to the Wisconsin Voters Alliance, the money was raised for an organization funded by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. According to the original action petition, the group believes the Zuckerberg-funded organization, the Center for Technology and Civic Life, has donated more than $ 6 million to several cities in Wisconsin, including Green Bay, Madison and Milwaukee, in order to facilitate the violation of the votes of those absent. the laws of Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Voters Alliance is asking the court to raise the case immediately, saying Wisconsin election officials have violated state election laws to nullify a close presidential election.
“If you add that up and take into account the room for maneuver here, your choice is doubtful,” said Phill Kline, who represents the petitioners. Kline is the director of the Amistad Project, which works in lawsuits in six swing states. “It should not be authenticated and the results should not be accepted. Wisconsin deserves more. “
According to Kline, the evidence is in expert statements. NBC15 reached out on Tuesday night and looks forward to being heard back.
Attorney General Josh Kaul issued a statement late Tuesday afternoon accusing the group of trying to get the right out of everyone who voted in the November election.
“The Wisconsin Department of Justice will ensure that Wisconsin presidential voters are elected at the will of more than three million voters,” Kaul continued.
The petitioners in the case are asking the court to dismiss the WEC or any Wisconsin election body to prevent the election from being vindicated. Thus, the state legislature can appoint voters. The petitioners also asked the court to make an order against Governor Tony Evers to demand that he certify the electorate during the appointment of the state legislature.
The Election Commission declined to comment on the ongoing lawsuit. The court must respond by 4 p.m. on Nov. 27.
A recount of President Joe Biden’s victory over President Donald Trump is underway. Wisconsin election results are scheduled to be confirmed by Dec. 1.
At least 10 cases have been launched nationwide aimed at halting certification in all key battlefield states. So far, none has been successful.
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