Wisconsin Judge Election: City Caught Destroying Uncounted Ballots

I have understood this since 2006: Republicans cannot win any election that is remotely close.  Because Democrats are a species of cockroach who will continue to cheat until they win.

Free and fair elections are at the heart of our democratic republic.  Which is why Marxist-fascist Democrats despise them so much.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Wisconsin City Caught Destroying Ballots
Posted by Thomas Ferdousi

As if the situation in Wisconsin wasn’t tense enough, it appears that one county in particular is going to a new extreme. This comes after word that there may have been voter fraud in the nonpartisan State Supreme Court election yesterday between incumbent David Prosser and JoAnne Kloppenburg.

For some reason one of the counties in the state is destroying ballots that ‘were not counted’ yesterday. Apparently this is a very bizarre and egregious move.

There is now a call for an injunction to preserve the ‘discarded’ ballots:

I have filed a Wisconsin Open records request with the City of Mequon demanding any ballot submitted but not cast in yesterday’s election, including any remnant of a shredded ballot.  Wehave received reports Mequon poll workers destroyed submitted ballots before poll closing time, demanding a driver’s license number from the absentee voter. This request is unusual and the destruction of ballots is of grave concern, given the closeness of the state Supreme Court election. I will consider seeking an injuction to back up my request if Mequon officials are not copperative [sic].
Mark Belling,
April 6, 2011

Mark Belling is apparently a local radio host.

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This also comes as over 10,000 more ballots were cast for the Supreme Court race in Dane (Madison) than for the County Executive race there.

We’re not exactly sure why this is happening, but Mequon is in Ozaukee County… where the vote totals may give us an idea why:

Ozaukee 48/48
Prosser 20,844 72%
Kloppenburg 8,295 28%

This could be the 200 votes that Kloppenburg is currently “leading” by… What the hell is going on?


This could be a reason why. From the Kloppenburg Facebook page, apparently.

UPDATE 9:34est

This is directly from the Wisconsin State Election law. If there were any ballots shredded, including those that would be ‘invalid,’ it would be highly illegal.

In case you don’t understand what’s going on, let me explain further.  These shenanigans are going on in a county that is voting heavily for the conservative Judge Prosser.  So say you destroy four ballots at random.  Odds are you just took away three conservative votes for every one of the liberal’s.  So by destroying ballots in an overwhelmingly conservative district, one could say, “We didn’t target Republican votes!”  But you DID target Republican votes.

Here’s yet another report on another example of Democrat fraud in Wisconsin.

For the record, this despicable act comes just one day after Democrats are outed for committing voter fraud by taking advantage of mentally disabled people:

Voter Fraud Alert: MN AFSCME Drags Mentally Handicapped to Polling Station to Vote for Dems (Video)
Posted by Jim Hoft on Monday, November 1, 2010, 9:26 PM

Election Integrity Watch reported:
This video documents a case of potential voter fraud that occurred in Crow Wing County. On Friday, October 29th, 2010, a member of the Minnesota Freedom Council witnessed apparent voter fraud occurring at the Crow Wing County Courthouse in Brainerd, Minnesota.

Upwards of 100 residents from a local group home for mentally disadvantaged individuals were brought into the County Courthouse to cast absentee ballots. The witness reported that supervisors were telling voters to cast a straight Democrat ticket. There was even a report of a voter prematurely leaving the voting both and a supervisor casting the ballot for the voter. Essentially, the people in-charge were taking advantage of the mentally disabled in order to bolster the vote for their candidates of choice. These individuals involved can be charged with a felony under Minnesota election laws.

Formal complaints are in the process of being filed with the Crow Wing County Attorney.

Montgomery Jensen talks about possible Absentee Voter fraud committed by AFSCME union workers; Department of Human Services – Minnesota State employees – working with mental handicapped (vulnerable adults) possible involvement in voter fraud! Happening NOW. Saturday 1:30 pm …. more to come

I watched some coverage of this on Fox News (you sure won’t see it anywhere else).  A father of a son who is permanently mentally disabled after saving his sister from drowning is enraged that the home would violate his son this way.

It’s a shameful thing to do.  But it’s par for the course for a Democrat Party that is utterly shameless.

Democrats are shameless and vile people.  If you’re a Democrat, you’re probably saying, “I didn’t do this stuff!”  And my response is, “No.  You just tolerate it year after year and support the people and the party that do this garbage.  You just sit back and cheer while your fellow Democrats steal election after election with the worst kind of un-American fraud.  And if you had so much as a shred of decency or virtue, you would abandon this rotten party.”

You can take the party out of the ACORN, but you will NEVER take the vile ACORN out of the Democrat Party.

Update, 4/7/11: Lo and behold, officials discovered an “error” in their vote couning.  Democrats and other forms of fungus don’t like the light of day.  Prosser is suddenly up by over 7,000 votes, which will hopefully be enough of a margin to prevent Democrats from winning by cheating.

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15 Responses to “Wisconsin Judge Election: City Caught Destroying Uncounted Ballots”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    why was this not reported in the media. Here’s what I think. Ballots were shredded in a conservative county, That nullifies the countys vote. The democrate in charge of counting was told, ” Add the counted votes, and we will not prossecute you.”
    She did and prosser wins.

  2. Michael Eden Says:

    I believe it went down something like what you’re saying.

    In any close election, Democrats will keep cheating until they win. And the ONLY thing that can keep that from happening every single time is for conservatives to become completely hysterical unglued every time they see the vaguest hint of a shenanigan.

    I applaud the man who started screaming about this election rip-off.

  3. Susan Says:

    “I watched some coverage of this on Fox News (you sure won’t see it anywhere else).”

    That pretty much sums it up. Fox IS your source of ‘news’. Your ONLY source. That also means-you won’t see ANYTHING else.

    You’ve produced no evidence-just ‘possibilities’ and ‘somebody said’. Unlike the illustrious elections clerk-who has proven she can’t ‘count’-was given ‘immunity’ and yet she finds 14, 000 that she pulled out of her butt giving her ex-boss of 13 years and cohort in the last fiasco-suddenly jumps into an enourmous lead.

    But you won’t hear Tea Partiers talk about that-(to paraphrase you)

  4. Michael Eden Says:

    I’ll tell you what, Susan.

    Just for the sake of argument, I’ll give you your point.

    And then I’ll bring up Minnesota, where Al Franken stole the election:

    NOVEMBER 12, 2008

    Mischief in Minnesota?

    Al Franken’s recount isn’t funny.

    You’d think Democrats would be content with last week’s electoral rout. But judging from the odd doings in Minnesota, some in their party wouldn’t mind adding to their jackpot by stealing a Senate seat for left-wing joker Al Franken.

    When Minnesotans woke up last Wednesday, Republican Senator Norm Coleman led Mr. Franken by 725 votes. By that evening, he was ahead by only 477. As of yesterday, Mr. Coleman’s margin stood at 206. This lopsided bleeding of Republican votes is passing strange considering that the official recount hasn’t even begun.

    The vanishing Coleman vote came during a week in which election officials are obliged to double-check their initial results. Minnesota is required to do these audits, and it isn’t unusual for officials to report that they transposed a number here or there. In a normal audit, these mistakes could be expected to cut both ways. Instead, nearly every “fix” has gone for Mr. Franken, in some cases under strange circumstances.

    For example, there was Friday night’s announcement by Minneapolis’s director of elections that she’d forgotten to count 32 absentee ballots in her car. The Coleman campaign scrambled to get a county judge to halt the counting of these absentees, since it was impossible to prove their integrity 72 hours after the polls closed. The judge refused on grounds that she lacked jurisdiction.

    Up in Two Harbors, another liberal outpost, Mr. Franken picked up an additional 246 votes. In Partridge Township, he racked up another 100. Election officials in both places claim they initially miscommunicated the numbers. Odd, because in the Two Harbors precinct, none of the other contests recorded any changes in their vote totals.

    According to conservative statistician John Lott, Mr. Franken’s gains so far are 2.5 times the corrections made for Barack Obama in the state, and nearly three times the gains for Democrats across Minnesota Congressional races. Mr. Lott notes that Mr. Franken’s “new” votes equal more than all the changes for all the precincts in the entire state for the Presidential, Congressional and statehouse races combined (482 votes).

    This entire process is being overseen by Democratic Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, who isn’t exactly a nonpartisan observer. One of Mr. Ritchie’s financial supporters during his 2006 run for office was a 527 group called the Secretary of State Project, which was co-founded by James Rucker, who came from MoveOn.org. The group says it is devoted to putting Democrats in jobs where they can “protect elections.”

    Mr. Ritchie is also an ally of the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or Acorn, of fraudulent voter-registration fame. That relationship might explain why prior to the election Mr. Ritchie waved off evidence of thousands of irregularities on Minnesota voter rolls, claiming that accusations of fraud were nothing more than “desperateness” from Republicans.

    Mr. Franken and fellow Democrats are already waging a full-scale public pressure campaign to help turn the recount their way. That includes a push to turn what should be a straightforward count of existing legal ballots into a complete do-over — mau-mauing election officials into accepting tossed ballots. The Franken campaign recently showed up before the Hennepin County canvassing board, demanding that its liberal members count 461 previously rejected ballots. To the board’s credit, they unanimously voted no.

    The Franken campaign has also been wrapping itself around Barack Obama’s popularity to increase its recount potential. Minnesota has a voter intent law, which means that election officials can take a second look at ambiguous ballots. Mr. Franken’s people are already arguing that a vote for Mr. Obama certainly indicated a vote for Mr. Franken. This can’t possibly be true, however, because nearly every campaign poll showed Mr. Franken lagging Mr. Obama by five to 15 percentage points — and on Election Day he trailed by 12.2%. Mr. Franken ran a nasty, polarizing campaign, and in any case he was part of a three-man contest.

    The Coleman team is demanding the tapes from the voting machines on election night, and that’s the least Mr. Ritchie can do. The Secretary of State should also investigate miraculous discoveries like the “forgotten” 32 car ballots. He needs to show voters, the press and the Coleman team that he’s running a transparent process that focuses on previously counted votes, rather than changing the rules after the election is over.

    With their party only three Senate seats from the 60 needed to break a filibuster (and two still not decided), Democrats have a political incentive to cut corners to steal a seat if they can get away with it. Mr. Franken and his left-wing allies also know that if Mr. Franken couldn’t win election in this fabulous Democratic year, then the not-so-funnyman never will. If Minnesota wants to retain its reputation as a state with clean elections, it needs to run an honest recount.

    A lot of the crap Democrats pulled to “win” that weren’t even included here, such as the fact that prisoners illegally voted, and their votes were illegally counted. And those illegally counted illegal votes added up to greater than the already bogus “margin”

    So now after crap like that – which everybody knows you were pulling for DECADES – you come down all self-righteous, do you?

    At the very worst, Susan, what you are starting to see is Republicans playing ball by the same “rules” that you have adored your entire worthless life as a Democrat.

    After Obama got elected with an unprecedented demonization campaign against Bush – who wasn’t even running (Bush derangement syndrome) – I wrote an article entitled, “Do Unto Obama As Liberals Did Unto Bush.” You liberals tore Bush down one bloody piece of meat at a time, and since then you’ve had the unadulterated chutzpah to be shocked and horrified that anyone would do such a thing to Obama.

    It is long past time Republicans force-fed your own fecal matter back to you.

    But you won’t hear liberals talk about that-(to paraphrase you)

  5. Michael Says:

    Perhaps in a contested state race the neighboring states on all of their borders would be required to conduct their own independant evaluations of the states entire election system and submit its findings to a randomly chosen state supreme court from yet another outside state. Thes findings would then be compared and tallied to decide first if the state had a good system and then if it did, who the winner was by averaging all of the other states counts together for each of the disputed candidates… Otherwise, lets just put everyone that wishes to run on a ballot and after one voting session the one with the most votes wins. No more primaries. Think of the huge money savings!!!!!

  6. Michael Says:

    One year term limits on Secretary of State and all other elections clerks. Alternate between “all” registered party members, one at a time. Each party could possibly still get the gold ring, but only for one year… Positive voter picture ID…. Any other good ideas how to fix our voting systems?

  7. Michael Eden Says:


    This is why John Adams – who basically WROTE our Constitution – said of it:

    “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

    Which is to say that the system only works when a people don’t become so corrupted and distorted that they turn into liberals.

    It’s hard to design a system which is cheat-proof. Because just about any system depends ultimately on the trustworthiness of the officials who are examining it. And increasing numbers of our officials are anything but trustworthy.

  8. Michael Eden Says:


    I would say our voting system is a symptom.

    Our bigger problem is the moral dishonesty of the Democrat Party and our ideological propagandist media which has institutionally protected them for decades.

    Now, Michael, you might fairly say, “But you’re not going to fix that.” And you’d probably be right. But I’d respond that you won’t be able to fix our election system when there is so much human corruption.

  9. Michael Says:

    “We have met the enemy and he is us!” – POGO

  10. Commando Joe Says:

    Words To Live By

    The Rogue Warrior’s Ten Commandments of SpecWar

    1. I am the War Lord and the wrathful God of Combat and I will always lead you from the front, not the rear.

    2. I will treat you all alike – just like shirt.

    3. Thou shalt do nothing I will not do first, and thus will you be created Warriros in My deadly image.

    4. I shall punish thy bodies because the more thou sweatest in training, the less thou bleedest in combat.

    5. Indeed, if thou hurteth in thy efforts and thou suffer painful dings, then thou art Doing It Right.

    6. Thou hast not to like it – thou hast just to do it.

    7. Thou shalt Keep It Simple, Stupid.

    8. Thou shalt never assume.

    9. Verily, thou art not paid for thy methods, but for thy results, by which meaneth thou shalt kill thine enemy by any means available before he killeth you.

    10. Thou shalt, in thy Warrior’s Mind and Soul, always remember My ultimate and final Commandment: There Are No Rules – Thou Shalt Win at All Cost.

    – Richard Marcinko

    The Rogue Warrior’s Rules of Engagement

    1. Aim before you shoot, because the “Fire, Aim, Ready” method is bullpucky [as edited by moderator].

    2. Break the rules before they break you.

    3. Have character, but don’t be a character.

    4. Lead from the front, where your troops can always see you.

    5. Don’t confuse planning with training, or talking with kicking ass.

    6. Honor your boundary breakers as much as your boundary makers, because they’re your point men.

    7. Don’t be afraid to make mistakes, because the path to glory is littered with fuck-ups.

    8. Serve a greater cause than your own ego, or ou’ll be a one-man army.

    9. Take Risks – and then more risks.

    10. Never be satisfied.

    Richard Marcinko

  11. Michael Says:

    POGO – “We have met the enemy and he is us.”

  12. Michael Eden Says:

    I agree with that, but prefer the way the Bible puts it:

    “There is a way that seems right to a man, but in the end it leads to death” — Proverbs 14:12.

  13. Michael Eden Says:

    I read Marcinko’s book “Rogue Warrior” a number of years ago.

    I thought some of it was self-aggrandizing crap (such as where Marcinko stated that the average SEAL could bench press 400 lbs). I would imagine Marcinko would readily admit to being an arrogant a-hole if asked by someone he trusted.

    But it was a good read, and the man obviously knew what he was talking about, and had succeeded in doing it personally.

    I think it’s interesting you posted those “commandments” here. In considering, I would say we need more Republicans who will put them into practice and fight the way we need to fight.

  14. ginny1@centurytel.net Says:

    I live in Wisconsin and saw stuff like teachers getting students to stay out of school and go protest with them. I saw Doctors handing out fake “illiness” excuses. I saw bus loads of unions members bused from other states here to defamed our capitol and destroyed propery that we taxpayers will have to pay for. I think the union should have to pay for all the damages. For the first time since I have live in this state 24 years I am ashamed of people allowing this to happen. would not have happened if those Dems had stayed and did their jobs!!! Too bad can’t fire them and the teachers who weren’t there doing their jobs. Many parents who worked had to stay home and they got behind because they lost money because of the Dems and the teachers were shirking their duties. I am an ex-dem as of 2 years ago and now vote for the best person to do a job. I voted for Walker and I applaud his efforts in trying to keep this state from going bankrupt. It was dem that got us in this mess just like in Washington!!!

  15. Michael Eden Says:

    And don’t forget to add the $7.5 MILLION IN DAMAGES the unions did when you bill them for all the damages.


    Yes, Ginny. Unions are a disgrace to America, and they are as communist as Red Marxist pie.

    This is a battle for national survival and the decent people of Wisconsin are on the front line as the rest of the nation watches. Keep up the fight!!!

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