(Republican Insider) – The Democrats used every trick they could come up with to rig and steal the 2020 US presidential election for Democratic puppet Joe Biden.
Though the left insists the election was the “most secure” in US history and that the election processes around the country were transparent, the evidence proves the opposite.
In Wisconsin, it appears that a Democratic operative was heavily involved in Green Bay’s election and was even given access to hidden internet network identifiers at the hotel convention center where ballots were being counted on Election Day.
According to emails obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight, veteran Dem operative Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein, a Wisconsin state lead for the National Vote at Home Institute, was heavily involved with election administration including having access to a hidden internet network to be used for “sensitive machines.”
Trent Jameson, director of event technology at Green Bay’s Hyatt Regency and KI Convention Center, where the city’s central count was being done, sent an email to Spitzer-Rubenstein that informed him that he would have his “team create two separate SSIDs for you.”
The SSIDs are the networks that appear when you open any device with WiFi capabilities. They appear as available networks. In this case, Jameson informed Spitzer-Rubenstein that “One SSID will be hidden and it’s: 2020vote. There will be no password or splash page for this one and it should only be used for the sensitive machines that need to be connected to the internet.”
That means that Spitzer-Rubenstein was being granted access to a hidden network, not viewable or accessible to the public, to be used for “sensitive machines.” Huh? What exactly is a “sensitive machine?”
Are sensitive machines the ones that were used to “cure” or “correct” ballots? It just so happens that other emails reveal that Spitzer-Rubenstein offered to do just that with ballots in Green Bay. He also told the city clerk he had some up with a similar process for Milwaukee.
Why was this long-time Democratic operative involved in the “correcting” of ballots and given access to a hidden network that was designated for “sensitive machines?”
Others within election administration were involved in this including Celestine Jeffreys, Green Bay Mayor Eric Genrich’s chief of staff, Amaad Rivera-Wagner, the mayor’s community liaison; Jaime Fuge, Green Bay’s chief election inspector at the time; Shelby Edlebeck, multimedia communications specialist; and Mike Hronek, the city’s information technology administrator, all of whom Spitzer-Rubenstein forwarded emails to himself.
Spitzer-Rubenstein was reportedly asked to provide technical support but according to emails, he was privy to technical information before the city’s IT director was informed. Something certainly doesn’t seem to be adding up.
Spitzer-Rubenstein was the lead for the National Vote at Home Institute which was primarily funded by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. There is no mystery surrounding either of their political leanings and yet Spitzer-Rubenstein was given a disturbing amount of access on Election Day.
What’s more is that Spitzer-Rubenstein has insisted he did not have keys to the KI Center where absentee ballots were being counted but according to a hotel contract obtained by Wisconsin Spotlight, keys were delivered to him.
“Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein will be the onsite contact for the group,” the hotel’s instructions state.
Further, an email sent by Spitzer-Rubenstein places him inside the KI Center on Election Day, asking about where ballots would be located.
“Are the ballots going to be in trays/boxes within the bin? I’m at KI now, trying to figure out whether we’ll need to move the bins throughout the day or if we can just stick them along the wall and use trays or something similar to move the ballots between stations,” Spitzer-Rubenstein wrote to city officials two days before the election.
It sure sounds like Green Bay city officials have some explaining to do. Naturally, the mayor’s office has no comment.
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