The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled on Friday that Mark Zuckerberg’s election drop boxes are illegal to use on the street. The ruling ensures that the ballot box stuffing that we all saw in the film ‘2,000 Mules’ will no longer be allowed to take place in Wisconsin.
It’s a terrible blow for Wisconsin Democrats, for Mark Zuckerberg, and for RINO House Speaker Robin Vos. They loved the drop boxes. They had hoped to keep using them forever in Wisconsin, thus ensuring that Democrats never lose a statewide election again.
The court ruled 4-3 that the outdoor, unattended drop boxes are unconstitutional under Wisconsin state law. We’ve covered that in the past, so we won’t rehash the whole thing here. Wisconsin’s Secretary of State suspended state law in 2020 using COVID as an excuse and rewrote election laws on her own. It was obvious from the get-go that the drop boxes were a violation of state law. The Special Counsel investigating Wisconsin’s 2020 election farce told the state legislature as much (not that the legislature fixed the problem, which was literally their job and not the Supreme Court’s).
Although the theft of the 2020 was a wide-ranging Democrat Party conspiracy, Wisconsin was Mark Zuckerberg’s piece of the puzzle. The billionaire Facebook founder sent his minions into Wisconsin counties in 2020 and telling local clerks that they were there to “help” with COVID. “Helping” in this case meant Zuckerberg paying for never-before-used street boxes for ballots, and allegedly bribing local officials so that Zuckerberg’s minions could administer the elections.
Those Zuckerberg drop boxes were then stuffed with thousands of illegal ballots in order to steal the 2020 election from the rightful winner, Donald J. Trump. The Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Friday ruling states that it’s illegal to use drop boxes that are just out on the street and unattended by anyone. If a drop box is to be used at all, it must in all future elections be located inside an election office and accessible only during business hours.
As we saw in ‘2,000 Mules,’ ballot traffickers showed up in the middle of the night at unattended drop boxes across the state of Wisconsin (and all the other swing states). They stuffed the boxes with dozens of ballots, sometimes making multiple trips every night to drop ballots off. The “mules” were paid $10 to $40 per illegal ballot by Democrat Party-affiliated NGOs to deposit them in unattended drop boxes.
This Supreme Court ruling means that from now on, drop boxes in Wisconsin will have to function like what we used to call “ballot boxes.” The boxes will be attended at all times by elections staff, and each person will be allowed to deposit one ballot for themselves, as required by state law.
Oh, the wailing and gnashing of teeth at this ruling! Even the Associated Press is hilariously admitting that Wisconsin Democrats are now “effed” in future elections:
“Wisconsin’s conservative-controlled Supreme Court ruled Friday that absentee ballot drop boxes may be placed only in election offices, dealing critical defeats to Democrats in the battleground state.”
Huh?! Why would that deal critical defeats to Democrats? I thought that 2020 was the safest and most secure election ever! How is it a defeat for the Democrats to move the drop boxes inside election offices, and only make them accessible during business hours and not in the middle of the night? I hope the Associated Press will explain that to us at some point.
The ruling is wonderful news for the upcoming Wisconsin primary election on August 9. Senator Ron Johnson is up for reelection, and this will help to ensure that the staunch Trump supporter doesn’t have his office stolen from him. The ruling will also be critically important for the upcoming 2024 election – no matter who the Republican nominee is.
The Democrats lost Wisconsin in 2020 and we all know it. They probably lost the election badly. Were it not for the illegal drop boxes, the race probably would have resulted in a Trump landslide. Ever since the theft of the 2020 election, Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has done everything he can to keep Zuckerberg’s drop boxes in use. He failed. And that’s great news for the voters of Wisconsin and for the American people!