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Elusive election fraud finally found



Nearly four years after the last election, we continue to hear claims of election fraud. Numerous hearings, trials and investigations uncovered nothing that would have come close to tipping the outcome of the election. But now we have finally found that elusive voter fraud. It came from one of the loudest people to claim that there was voter fraud. Kimberly Zapata, a member of the Milwaukee Elections Commission, hatched a scheme to illegally request absentee ballots under false names that were designed for military members serving overseas. She then sent them to a fellow conspiracy-theorist, State Rep. Janel Brandtjen, a member of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, who, like Zapata, spouted false claims that the election was stolen. She claimed she was trying to expose a loophole in the system. A jury in Milwaukee County disagreed, finding Zapata guilty of three counts of election fraud, and one felony count of misconduct in office. She will spend the next year on probation. It is ironic that someone so convinced there was voter fraud, actually committed voter fraud as a way to try to prove her point.

Scott Robert Shaw serves as WIZM Program Director and News Director, and delivers the morning news on WKTY, Z-93 and 95.7 The Rock. Scott has been at Mid-West Family La Crosse since 1989, and authors Wisconsin's only daily radio editorial, "As I See It" heard on WIZM each weekday morning and afternoon.

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  1. Kent Porter

    May 6, 2024 at 6:24 am


    • Tom

      May 6, 2024 at 1:37 pm

      Please tell me what’s the difference between a mobile van and a election office in a building? They are both staff by electron officials. Both followed the same procedures. If this van was park in one spot would it have been ok?

      • walden

        May 7, 2024 at 7:06 pm

        Tom, consider the fact that the mobile vans were used primarily to collect votes in Democrat leaning areas. That would skew election results.

        Was is legally fraud? I don’t know, but it was conscious abuse of power by those administering the elections, favoring one party over the other. That type of activity destroys trust in the election process.

    • Walden

      May 6, 2024 at 2:42 pm

      Shaw keeps bumping his head on the inside of the TDS bubble. He can’t get out or see past it.

      No matter how many times the issues are explained to him.

  2. David

    May 6, 2024 at 8:57 am

    Multiple fraud at the ground level

  3. Tom

    May 6, 2024 at 8:59 am

    “2000 Mules” Look it up. Watch it.

  4. Aileen Jennings

    May 6, 2024 at 11:06 am

    There have been numerous reports and receipts of fraud but nothing is being done. Fulton County has evidence of 375,000 duplicate ballots as well as thousands of dead voters. Also, GA had sham audits to cover up. Several counties were forced to certify even though they reported that they were not accurate. Hopefully, the justice system and election integrity is restored before November 5 election.

  5. Earl

    May 6, 2024 at 11:29 am

    OH no it was not it was completely fair and legit, they swore on a stack of Bibles that it was legit

  6. Walden

    May 6, 2024 at 2:32 pm

    Distraction. Today’s real election fraud is occurring in Trump’s New York trial. Putin and Xi would be proud of the Dems’ fraud against a political rival.

    Ditto for what the Dems have done to RFK Jr.

    I recall former presidential candidate (Dem) Michael Bloomberg admitted to paying off dozens of accusers “just to make them go away.” No charges were brought.

    Democracy, Democrat style.

  7. Jim

    May 10, 2024 at 12:02 am

    And if Trump won there would have been no election fraud…..:)

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