The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in a 4-3 decision handed down on February 11, 2022, to allow ban on absentee ballot drop boxes for the state’s April 5th election. The decision upholds a lower court’s ruling in mid-January, which said that absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal in Wisconsin.
Importantly, this decision by the Wisconsin Supreme Court does not yet mean that absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal in Wisconsin for the state’s August primary and November general election, as the majority wrote in its February 11 order that “[W]e have yet to hear oral arguments, which will be addressing the merits of the issues.”
This spring, conservative filmmaker and podcaster Dinesh DeSousa will release a new election fraud focused movie, “2000 Mules”. The film’s trailer shows ballot harvesters dropping off stacks of ballots into unattended but surveilled ballot drop boxes. The film utilizes massive quantities of cell phone ping and surveillance video data to present a compelling case for the existence of ballot drop box related election fraud. The data used was collected by Houston based True the Vote, a 501 (c)(3) organization focused on free and fair elections.
On January 31, President Donald J. Trump issued a statement upon the release of the movies trailer, stating:
“Highly respected Dinesh D’Souza, working together with Catherine Engelbrecht of True the Vote, just released a trailer to their new movie, 2,000 Mules, that shows the world exactly how the 2020 Presidential Election was rigged and stolen. The movie exposes the lies of the Democrats, RINOs, and Fake News who say it was the ‘most secure election in history.’ It was, perhaps, the least secure in history. The ballot box was stuffed, and stuffed like never before—and it’s all on video. Ballots were trafficked and sold in a massive operation in each swing state. The evidence is so damning. What will the cowards who sat and did nothing about the stolen election say now? The way our votes were taken away is a disgrace to our nation. It must be fixed.”
Epoch Times reporter Mimi Nguyen Ly details the Wisconsin ruling in the following article. It begins as follows:
Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules Ballot Drop Boxes to Be Banned in April Election
The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled that it will allow a ban on absentee ballot drop boxes to be in effect for the state’s April 5 election. Read the rest here