It must be difficult to be Robin Vos. Continuously walking a tightrope must be exhausting. Even three years later, the Wisconsin Assembly Speaker can’t seem to decide whether the 2020 election was stolen, and whether the Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator did anything illicit. In his continuing effort to appease the election-deniers, Vos has moved forward with articles of impeachment against Elections Administrator Meagan Wolfe. That is despite the lack of any evidence of wrongdoing on her part. Of course, we’ve been down this road before. Vos was indulging his base when he hired a former Supreme Court Justice to, at significant taxpayer expense, investigate all the allegations of widespread fraud. He found none, then was fired by Vos, but has since turned on the Assembly Speaker and is part of an effort threatening to recall Vos if he doesn’t try to impeach Wolfe. That is despite the fact that Vos has in court filings admitted that the legislators vote to fire her was “symbolic.” This has become a rather tangled web. But Vos knows the truth. The election wasn’t stolen. Wolfe did nothing wrong. Vos should stand up and say so rather than continue to get caught in the mess he made. He would probably sleep better at night.