Suspicion of Senior Abuse in 91 Wisconsin Nursing Homes: 95% to 100% Voter Turnout Rates

Ninety-five to 100% of seniors in more than 90 nursing homes in Wisconsin voted, according to records, which, along with other evidence, has sparked questions about senior abuse.

QUICK FACTS:
  • A Tuesday meeting of the Wisconsin Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections held an informational hearing revealing that 91 Wisconsin Nursing Homes saw 95% to 100% voter turnout rates.
  • Special Counsel and Former State Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman and Attorney Eric Kaardal conducted an investigation on the 2020 Election Report, according to The Gateway Pundit (TGP).
  • Justice Gableman played video of several of the elderly nursing home residents during the presentation showing what he asserted was abuse and voter theft. 
  • According to TGP, several Wisconsin families reached out to Gableman and his committee after they discovered their loved one residing in a nursing home had voted.
  • Reports streamed in from all over Wisconsin, including five cities, which were consistent with a report from Just The News that reported evidence of a lack of statewide election integrity.
  •  The Amistad Project conducted an investigation on behalf of the Wisconsin Voter Alliance finding that the Mark Zuckerberg-funded Center for Tech and Civic Life gave $8.8 million towards the administration of the 2020 election in Wisconsin.
WATCHDOG’S FINDINGS ON THE SUSPICIOUS VOTES:
  • Phill Kline, director of conservative election integrity watchdog The Amistad Project, found that the results were “quite remarkable,” saying that private money flows in, government-hired voter navigators go after nursing homes, and suddenly, 90-some-odd nursing homes in Wisconsin have 100% turnout, even if people — who, unfortunately, due to their health conditions — are unable to read, think, or contemplate voting.”
  • “And now we have videotaped depositions and interviews with their family members saying, ‘My loved one hasn’t been able to vote for years and has been deemed to be incompetent.'”
BACKGROUND:
  • Investigations into Wisconsin’s election have been prompted by widespread inconsistencies in typical voting trends for the state.
  • Last November there was a special request by Racine County Sheriff’s Office who asked that the state attorney general investigate alleged illegal directives issued by the Wisconsin Election Commission.