Wisconsin Dane County Judge Orders Speaker Robin Vos to Turn Over Emails He Kept on 2020 Election Investigation
Judge Valerie Bailey Rihn
Dane County Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn ordered Speaker Robin Vos to turn over emails he kept on the 2020 election investigation. Retired Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman released his findings last week. During his opening testimony, Justice Gableman listed a series of unlawful acts that took place during the 2020 presidential election. Justice Gableman then called for the decertification of the 2020 presidential election results in the state.
Democrats are trying desperately to deflect attention away from the results on the audit and focus instead on attacking the integrity of Retired Justice Gableman and Speaker Robin Vos. Democrats can’t defend the illegal acts discovered during the investigation.
American Oversight is a far left group founded in 2017 to harass President Trump and Republican officials. They like to lie about being bipartisan.
The Wisconsin Examiner reported:
A Dane County Circuit Court judge struck another blow this week to attempts by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and former Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman to keep records of Gableman’s partisan election review hidden from the public.
On Thursday, Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn ordered Vos to release deleted emails and text messages that fall under one of several open records requests filed by the government watchdog group American Oversight.
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The group has been fighting for months to unveil efforts by Vos and Gableman to review the 2020 election. Earlier this week a different Dane County judge ordered the release of 760 pages of documents created by Gableman’s office. Those records provide little evidence that Gableman and his team have been investigating their conspiratorial claims about the election — which multiple investigations, recounts, audits and reviews have affirmed was won by Joe Biden.
It’s unclear what is contained in the deleted text messages and emails that Vos will now have to provide to American Oversight, but Bailey-Rihn’s order also includes messages sent from Vos’ private gmail account.