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Trump Praises Wisc. Special Counsel’s Election-Fraud Report, Demands Action

'This is one of the biggest stories of our generation, even though the Fake News Media will try to play it down as much as they can...'

President Donald Trump issued a statement Tuesday touting the release last week of Justice Michael Gableman’s bombshell investigative report on vote fraud during Wisconsin’s 2020 election, much of which was linked to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.

“This is one of the biggest stories of our generation, even though the Fake News Media will try to play it down as much as they can,” Trump wrote, as he called on Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos “to exercise his moral duty to follow up on Justice Gableman’s findings.”

Vos has already gone so far as to amend Gableman’s special counsel contract so that he can continue his investigation beyond its original Dec. 31 expiration, the Associated Press reported.

“It’s not necessarily looking for additional things to investigate,” Vos told the AP. “We’re just trying to complete the investigation on many of the issues that were raised in the report.”

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Gableman’s report found that Zuckerberg illegally infiltrated local election offices and funded get-out-the-vote efforts in several Wisconsin cities, manipulated the votes of nursing home residents, and, as The Federalist’s Margot Cleveland reported, “paid for illegal drop boxes to be placed in Democratic voting strongholds.”

Gableman also discovered that a George Soros-linked Democratic operative named Michael Spitzer Rubenstein engineered Green Bay’s entire 2020 election using a secret  hotel WiFi connection.

As Trump noted, the corporate media has rushed to pour cold water on the report.

In its news article, the left-skewed AP editorialized that the Gableman report has been “widely panned” and claimed that Gableman himself faced “bipartisan opposition.”

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News of Gableman’s contract extension came as a Dane County Circuit Court judge ordered the Office of the Special Counsel to turn over about 700 pages of documents in response to a records request made by American Oversight, a left-wing lawfare group linked to several former Hillary Clinton staffers.

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