Unveiling the Hero: Jay Stone’s Deposition Against Election Misconduct
On that significant day, August 9th, 2023, Jay Stone emerged as an emblem of courage and determination. Armed with conviction, he stood alone, representing himself pro se, in a deposition that aimed to shed light on alleged election misconduct. The spotlight was cast on Meagan Wolfe, Administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC), cast as the figure whose actions were under scrutiny.
While Ms. Wolfe had legal representatives Jon Whitney and Steven Kilpatrick by her side, Jay Stone’s decision to navigate the complex legal proceedings solo was a testament to his commitment to justice. With unwavering focus, he aimed to untangle the web of Wisconsin’s Election Laws and their alleged circumvention, a narrative that cast Ms. Wolfe as the potential villain.
This deposition was more than a legal encounter; it was a clash of ideologies. The spotlight on Jay Stone illuminated the bravery of an individual who took on a legal challenge with conviction, in the pursuit of transparent and accountable elections. The deposition transcripts, downloadable for scrutiny, promised to reveal the duel between heroism and allegations, shaping the narrative of electoral integrity and individual determination.
As nine states withdraw from ERIC (Electronic Registration Information Center), critics question its purpose. Allegedly aiding in cleaning voter rolls and reducing fraud, ERIC uses registration data and DMV records to locate potential, yet unregistered, voters. However, it avoids identifying non-citizens. With bloated voter rolls and data inaccuracies revealed through independent audits, ERIC’s efficiency is under scrutiny. Further investigation reveals ERIC’s connections with the Soros-funded Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR), which provides compiled voter data exclusively to Democrat and progressive organizations, suggesting potential bias.
Meagan Wolfe, the chief election official of Wisconsin, has been accused of breaking election laws and eroding public trust. Some of the violations include promoting the illegal use of ballot drop boxes, allowing others to return voters’ absentee ballots to clerks’ offices, permitting absentee voting in long-term care facilities without the use of Special Voting Deputies, promoting the curing of absentee ballots, and recommending a New York resident to assist Wisconsin election clerks in the 2020 election. There are currently 17 open lawsuits involving Meagan Wolfe and/or the Wisconsin Election Commission.
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Unmasking the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), this article delves into the organization’s seemingly efficient voter roll management and the questionable aspects of its operations. With potential ties to the Open Society Foundations network and a founder with a history of left-wing activism, ERIC’s data-sharing practices and involvement in the “Zuckerbucks” scandal raise concerns. Explore how ERIC’s methods may challenge the integrity of voter registration and even infringe upon established acts, calling into question the true agenda behind this progressive-backed system.
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