Facts are stubborn things

Facts are stubborn things

Joe Sanfellippo, Contributor

MADISON, Wis. – Founding Father and former United States President John Adams said, “Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”

Those words have never rang more true than today after hearing evidence of election fraud presented by the Racine County Sheriff’s Office. The Racine County Sheriff’s Office presented evidence of election law violations at a care facility in Racine County.

“I am calling for the immediate dismissal of Meagan Wolfe as the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) Administrator as well as the WEC staff who gave advice to break the law and members of the Elections Commission who voted to break the law. Those actions are the very definition of malfeasance in office.

“And if the Wisconsin Attorney General continues to refuse to uphold the law then he should resign, too,” Sanfelippo said.

Sanfelippo has been calling for a detailed investigation since last November.

“With the most recent evidence of election violations in Racine, as well as the findings detailed in the Legislative Audit Bureau report, it has become abundantly clear that a statewide investigation similar to what was done in Racine in necessary. All Wisconsinites, Republicans and Democrats alike, deserve to know which state laws were broken and who should be held accountable,” said Sanfelippo.

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