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How Voter Integrity Laws Are Chasing Shady Election Workers

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:06 min | Last month

How Voter Integrity Laws Are Chasing Shady Election Workers

"One of the phrases I've coined in recent weeks is the 2000 mules effect. What I mean by the 2000 meals effect is the way in which the documentary is having an impact, not just in sort of the normal way, which is what's law enforcement going to do now, we see some, although in my view, grossly inadequate steps in that direction, but all kinds of other effects, the effect on showing independence and Democrats, what their own side has been doing. The effect of a prodding the case for voter integrity laws, the effect of showing judges that the mechanisms used by the mules need to be carefully looked at. And as we saw in the case of Wisconsin, mail and drop boxes are now illegal with very rare exceptions throughout the entire state. The court found them to be inconsistent with both the constitution, the Wisconsin constitution, and Wisconsin statutes. Now, a lot of states, Republican states mostly are passing rules that make the behavior of election officials under certain circumstances, a crime. So either a misdemeanor in some cases or a felony in the other. And the idea here was actually very well explained by a guy named Bobby Kaufman, who pushed a bill of this sort forward in Iowa. And he goes, the bill makes sure that future elections officials that commit election misconduct face the same punishment that you or I or the general public would face if we did the same thing. In other words, we hear a lot about voter fraud, voter fraud is the voter doing something inappropriate, something that makes them vulnerable to being penalized. But what about election officials? What about election officials who engage in all kinds of shenanigans?

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:01 min | 2 months ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"Are running aimlessly around in Wisconsin because now they don't seem to have a place to go to. Let's remember that just as deer and other animals go to watering holes, mules go to drop boxes. They need to go to dropboxes to do what mules do, which is insert fraudulent and illegal ballots. But now the Wisconsin Supreme Court in a decision written by justice Rebecca Bradley has shot down has mixed these mail in drop boxes. What I find remarkable about the decision is that not only does it say that drop boxes can not be used in the future. They can't be used in 2022. They can't be used in 2024. But they say that they will illegal in 2020. They were illegal in 2020. Now think about the implications of that. And if you take the justices are not aware of those implications, I refer you to a startling line in justice Bradley's opinion. Here's what she writes. And I'm going to read it really slowly. If elections are conducted outside of the law, the people have not conferred their consent on the government. Such elections are unlawful and their results are illegitimate. So to those who say things like, well, the election's over, let's just move on. Justice Bradley saying, well, not exactly. Yes, it is true that popular consent establishes the legitimacy of a government. But when the rules are violated in such a way that this popular consent is thwarted. Toward it by some kind of illegal setup that gives an advantage to one side or the other. In this case, it's the Wisconsin Democrats working through obliging Wisconsin officials and Wisconsin lower courts. And setting up a system that gave the Democrats an advantage, which they took advantage of in all kinds of ways. But even if they weren't any mules, the drop boxes would still be illegal. Why? Because they're not allowed, no Wisconsin legislature has authorized them. It's not in the Wisconsin constitution. This is not how they do elections in Wisconsin. And so quite honestly, since elections are, according to the constitution, the U.S. Constitution decided at the state level, there is no basis for doing this. That's really what the court has concluded. Now, the Wisconsin election commission is dead silent after the ruling. In fact, this runs toward everything they've been doing. This is, by the way, kind of a corrupt operation that has been trying to dismiss any allegations of fraud as not really looked into the matter as not taken seriously. And now here is a massive slap down from the highest court in Wisconsin. And by the way, a court from which there is really no appeal. You can't go above the Wisconsin Supreme Court. So as long as elections are decided at the level of the state, there's no one to appeal to this ruling is coming. You may say, from the very top. You can't even really take it to the Supreme Court because the Supreme Court has said, this is something for Wisconsin to decide. Now, admittedly, Wisconsin legislators can get together and decide, we want to have drop boxes. We're going to make a law that authorizes dropboxes, but that's not likely to happen. And short of that happening we're not going to have drop boxes in elections going forward in Wisconsin. So I hope this provides a certain kind of model for some of the other states to look at. The left of course is shrieking and they're shrinking with all kinds of absurd. This is typical to the sort of, you know, don't overturn roe versus wade, what about people who have ectopic pregnancies, probably most left us never even heard of an ectopic pregnancy, but they picked this up off of MSNBC. Similarly here, here's an article in which they quote this guy going. He goes, this is very alarming for advocates of the disabled, because for the point being that if you don't have these mail and dropboxes, the disabled will apparently not be able to vote. Why not? Why not? You can certainly vote at a mailbox. You can go to a normal U.S. post office box and put your ballot in there. Why do you need a mail in Dropbox? Of course, the second issue here is the issue of using ballot harvest and giving you a balance to other people. And this was the other part of the Wisconsin decision, the Supreme Court said you can't do that either. Quote, no person may receive a ballot from or give a ballot to a person other than the election official in charge. If you're going to hand over your ballot to an individual, it needs to be to an election official. None of this church is collecting ballots, mules collecting ballots, all of this is not allowed. So I am now waiting for all the people who say that this was the most secure election in history. You know, Liz Cheney to come out and basically say, the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision, which is decided that drop boxes are illegal, not just in the future, but also in 2020 has been debunked. This is their favorite word, debunked. And what does it really mean? Discredited? No, you can't discredit a Supreme Court decision. In fact, this is a 120 page decision. I'm slowly making my way through it. Carefully reasoned drawing on what the Wisconsin constitution and what Wisconsin statutes actually say, it's not debugged, but debunked in this case just means this is an outcome that seriously undermines our narrative. When Liz Cheney says 2000 mules has been debunked, she means 2000 meals is basically a movie that seriously undermines our narrative. So it's not so much that the movie itself or the Wisconsin Supreme Court decision is discredited. It's rather that this is something that they wish was not the case. But in that sense, reality can't be so easily shunted to the side. Tired

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Of this. Well, and I dove in in Wisconsin for mail in ballots because I find that state to be so fascinating. Wisconsin's constitution says that everyone has the right to vote. They also have the right not to vote and that mail in or absentee balloting, I think is how they put it is a privilege. So there are different standards by which they judge in person, election day voting and absentee mail in balloting. And first off, before COVID or anything else, Wisconsin has a problem where they're not keeping their list as clean as they should. So people move all the time like a huge percentage of the population is constantly moving. You might have had yourself like 18 different addresses and you register to vote at one, and then you move to the next, but you're still on the old list. And so states are supposed to clean up their lists with some regularity. And Wisconsin had a quarter of a million voter registrations that they were supposed to remove from their list, but they didn't, they actually lost a court battle about whether to do it or not, but they still didn't. And then into this mix is COVID and the clerks of the two most democratic counties in the state say, we have this special provision in Wisconsin where you can register to vote without showing an ID. So usually you have to show an ID, but if you say you're indefinitely confined, then you don't have to show an ID. So they tell people to do it because of COVID. And I think they get another quarter of a million people registering to vote without requiring them without a requirement for showing ID. Some of them may have shown ID, but they're not required to. Do you sound like messy list happening everywhere? Then the Wisconsin governor tries to postpone the election. It's a huge issue because this isn't just a primary battle. It's actually a general election for them. He fails at doing it. They do it. And The New York Times writes up that what the Democrats really wanted this to be was like a test case for mail in balloting because mail in balloting is their strategy for the general 2020 election. And they're pretty pleased with how it went and how they can manipulate the vote and get out the vote. You know, get out more votes using the mail in balloting. And it's also when Republicans and Democrats realize that there is a partisan divide in whether or not people will choose to do mail in balloting. And Democrats have trust and confidence in the mail in balloting process. So they are pretty open to it. Republicans are pretty hostile to it. In some cases, like the RNC is polling people in different states. It was like 80% of Georgians did not want to do mail and mail in balloting. And so mail in balloting becomes the democratic strategy. And this is important because of how it relates what Mark Zuckerberg starts doing a couple months later, which is funding the private takeover of government election offices to massively expand mail in balloting capabilities. That's important because it has such a partisan effect. He didn't just target his funding in a partisan manner, meaning he gave a lot of money to per capita to blue counties in swing states in order to achieve an outcome of actually swinging those states and he succeeded. It's also just that mail in balloting itself, like people left to their own devices, Republicans tend to vote in person on election day, maybe early Democrats are like, yeah, I have total confidence that every person involved in this like shady mail in balloting process is going to treat my ballot with respect. They might be right. They might be right. They might treat the Democrat ballots right, so they might not be wrong, but anyway, that's a different point. And so that's an important point because this kind of goes back to the central planning war room aspect of it because Zuckerberg always denied that this was trying to have some sort of Democrat output. This was all about trying to expand accessibility and it was about safety, and we did it, you know, an entire podcast on this where you just look at Georgia, 9 out of ten at 25 to 26 of the city's and counties where the money went to the federalist wrote this story, and broke it and Phil Klein's been talking about this for a while, but we went through the entire federalist piece, kind of every paragraph by paragraph. Phenomenal piece that shows that this was a massive partisan takeover, but Molly, can you talk about how this was not just running ads? This wasn't Zuckerberg running targeted ads. This is something totally different. So when people hear that Mark Zuckerberg spent $419 million to help Democrats win they're like, well, it's a free country. They gave more money, Democrats had more money. They want, this is not campaign spending. This is the governmental offices. So what Mark Zuckerberg did is he gave money to two left wing groups run by Obama operatives and then they funneled the money to these city and county election offices. That money came with strings attached. It mostly went to staffing. These are the offices that handle voter registration, voting, you know, ballot design ballot counting. All of these ballot harvesting, drop boxes. And so by embedding into these offices in key blue cities, they were able to run the democratic get out the vote operation from the government..

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Again, the book is called rigged, I want to make sure I keep on plugging it how the media big tech and Democrats seized our elections. And so I want to get into kind of the mail in ballot piece of this. You wrote this piece for newsweek. Recently, and I think it's actually an essay from your book if I'm not mistaken, right? I think so yeah. Yeah, you wrote here about how the change in the election laws themselves had a profound difference in actually the outcome. And so talk a little bit about this because here's one of my complaints about how people talk about the election, which you've done a phenomenal job of doing the opposite, which is, people get so focused on a certain thing like machines or routers. This is comprehensive that there was so many different elements of this that all kind of worked in harmony together. Please talk about the mail in ballot, aspect of this. Well, and I dove in in Wisconsin for mail in ballots because I find that state to be so fascinating. Wisconsin's constitution says that everyone has the right to vote. They also have the right not to vote and that mail in or absentee balloting, I think is how they put it is a privilege. So there are different standards by which they judge in person, election day voting and absentee mail in balloting. And first off, before COVID or anything else, Wisconsin has a problem where they're not keeping their list as clean as they should. So people move all the time like a huge percentage of the population is constantly moving. You might have had yourself like 18 different addresses and you register to vote at one, and then you move to the next, but you're still on the old list. And so states are supposed to clean up their lists with some regularity. And Wisconsin had a quarter of a million voter registrations that they were supposed to remove from their list, but they didn't, they actually lost a court battle about whether to do it or not, but they still didn't. And then into this mix is COVID and the clerks of the two most democratic counties in the state say, we have this special provision in Wisconsin where you can register to vote without showing an ID. So usually you have to show an ID, but if you say you're indefinitely confined, then you don't have to show an ID. So they tell people to do it because of COVID. And I think they get another quarter of a million people registering to vote without requiring them without a requirement for showing ID. Some of them may have shown ID, but they're not

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'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Describes Changes to Election Law

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:21 min | 1 year ago

'Rigged' Author Mollie Hemingway Describes Changes to Election Law

"Again, the book is called rigged, I want to make sure I keep on plugging it how the media big tech and Democrats seized our elections. And so I want to get into kind of the mail in ballot piece of this. You wrote this piece for newsweek. Recently, and I think it's actually an essay from your book if I'm not mistaken, right? I think so yeah. Yeah, you wrote here about how the change in the election laws themselves had a profound difference in actually the outcome. And so talk a little bit about this because here's one of my complaints about how people talk about the election, which you've done a phenomenal job of doing the opposite, which is, people get so focused on a certain thing like machines or routers. This is comprehensive that there was so many different elements of this that all kind of worked in harmony together. Please talk about the mail in ballot, aspect of this. Well, and I dove in in Wisconsin for mail in ballots because I find that state to be so fascinating. Wisconsin's constitution says that everyone has the right to vote. They also have the right not to vote and that mail in or absentee balloting, I think is how they put it is a privilege. So there are different standards by which they judge in person, election day voting and absentee mail in balloting. And first off, before COVID or anything else, Wisconsin has a problem where they're not keeping their list as clean as they should. So people move all the time like a huge percentage of the population is constantly moving. You might have had yourself like 18 different addresses and you register to vote at one, and then you move to the next, but you're still on the old list. And so states are supposed to clean up their lists with some regularity. And Wisconsin had a quarter of a million voter registrations that they were supposed to remove from their list, but they didn't, they actually lost a court battle about whether to do it or not, but they still didn't. And then into this mix is COVID and the clerks of the two most democratic counties in the state say, we have this special provision in Wisconsin where you can register to vote without showing an ID. So usually you have to show an ID, but if you say you're indefinitely confined, then you don't have to show an ID. So they tell people to do it because of COVID. And I think they get another quarter of a million people registering to vote without requiring them without a requirement for showing ID. Some of them may have shown ID, but they're not

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"There was a possibility. Attention. The Dan O'Donnell show will not be heard today as it is now considered far too dangerous for the public airwaves. We have determined that information contained in the Dan O'Donnell show causes Americans to reject let this narratives and to think for themselves. This is simply not acceptable. Instead, please enjoy a selection of music that will help you stop thinking about dangerous things. Such as Liberty, constitutional, government and re of law. Through that will never give in to sensors. Welcome to Radio Free Wisconsin. Every person made freely, speak, write and publish his sentiments on all subjects being responsible for the abuse of that, right. And no laws shall be passed to restrain or a bridge. The liberty of speech or Of the press. Wisconsin Constitution. Article one Section three. Ladies and gentlemen, a member of the Wisconsin state.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Let's go to a C in Ash up in Wisconsin. I'm just going to assume this is a C Slater of Saved by the bell for fame. So, Mr Slater, thank you very much for the call. Merry Christmas to you and Jessie Spano. Merry Christmas to you. My question was was wonder if the United States of America could sue China for say, $30 trillion and in doing so, wipe out our national debt. Because of the spread of covert, huh? In the world Court suit, no law short answer to Ah, long, complex question. Theoretically, for the gross negligence yes, in the world Court. This is the sort of thing that the World Court kind of exists to do is resolve disputes between nations, But realistically, no, you can't. Unfortunately, it's It's very, very difficult to prove either that China intentionally released this virus, which I did. Think is likely. What I think is far more likely is that it did originate in the lab. I think it's too coincidental that the single biggest viral warfare laboratory just happens to be in Wuhan. I believe that they were working on Corona Virus strains. One got out a doctor accidentally infected himself. Maybe he goes to the wet market and eat some bat soup. Who the heck knows? But in terms of demonstrating negligence before a world Court, sadly and in that amount, I don't think it would be possible. We go to Brad in Plymouth, who's up next? And Brad, You're on the Dan O'Donnell show. Merry Christmas. Merry Christmas. God bless you, your family and your listeners. Just brilliant call screener genius holes. Gotta say thank you. This is ask me anything. Not butter me up with anything, Brad, but I appreciate it. Thank you, sir. Yeah. So big fan long time listener back. I remember day one even but You know, I got a time a little sentence again all the way. I'm I'm anxiously awaiting That forgotten Christmas music history. Pop up book. I know You are a long time listener, aren't you? I'm telling you, I suggested it several years ago, and I think you're missing the market here. That kid's books, they self self self. I think you're absolutely right. And in fact, Brad, how about this? I can remember you suggesting this. I didn't remember that. It was specifically Brad from Plymouth. But I remember thinking, Holy cow. That's a great idea. I've been wanting to do that for years and years and years, and I've got now forgotten history of our favorite Christmas traditions that we could turn into. I could have two books out immediately. The demands of a daily radio show, oftentimes means that, like bigger, long term projects are just very, very difficult to do. Especially since for those asking, I have three Children, two boys aged 13 and 10 and a little girl who was six and I coach them in pretty much every one of their sports, so Busy and doing a daily show. I mean, there are hours and hours and hours of prep work, So when we try to do bigger, longer lasting projects like that, it's just very, very difficult. Get done. I have got that idea in my head. I want to turn forgotten history. Generally, the stories that I've researched and we do this segment every Thursday where I do little known stories of American history and try to tie them to what's going on in America in 2020 or 2021 next week. Um This is something that I have always wanted to do and just have not had time. So I would say as the kids get a little older, and they require less hands on attention. I'm probably going to turn my attention to writing a couple of books, but I've got some bigger, long term plans. On that, Uh, we've got a email question. Dad, How is Andrea Palm? Able to have a job? By the way, Brad. Merry Christmas to you. And thank you so much for the kind words. How is Andrea Palm? Able to have a job that is supposed to have legislative approval without being approved? How many others are in that position in the Evers rain? What can be done? And that comes from John. I've actually wondered this myself. Andrea Palm. Has not yet been confirmed by the Wisconsin state Senate. She is still the health secretary designee. Under the Wisconsin Constitution, Just as the U. S constitution provides that the Senate has advise and consent power, the Wisconsin Senate advises and consents to Cabinet picks. The Wisconsin Senate has not met very much this year. I believe if I remember correctly from last year on the docket in 2020 was the confirmation of Governor Evers Cabinet picks but because of co vid, Of course, the Senate wasn't meeting so this sort of thing wasn't done. I suppose I could shoot a text in there, but I don't think any of Evers Cabinet secretaries have been confirmed by the Wisconsin Senate yet and Well, boy year after next. Evers is up for reelection, so we might never have a permanent health secretary. That question came from John. Thank you very much. Let's go to Matt, who's listening in Oak Creek in the Milwaukee area. What's going on, Matt? Merry Christmas, You're on the Dan O'Donnell show. Merry Christmas to you damage here, Family. Theo. Only question that I have is with this. This virus with how potent it is with how we have to maintain social distancing and where our masks and you can't be around everybody else. Why is it that when you go to get tested It's required that the little cotton swab Q tip that they used touches your brain to get an accurate sample. Why is that? I have no idea because I went through it. Actually in September. I think I got one of those swab tests and boil. Boy. Is that uncomfortable? That is one of the more uncomfortable tests I've had. I really don't know why they've got to get right in there and just dig it in. I think that's probably the more accurate test. I actually got to covert tests. Someone I was with over Labor Day weekend ended up testing positive for covert. And because I'm coaching all of these soccer teams, I'm like, Oh, my goodness. I need to make sure because I didn't find out I found out actually at a soccer practice. I'm on the field talking on my apple watch and my body is like, Hey, I just tested positive for cove it you might want to get tested, and I'm like, Dude, you could have told me this before Soccer practice started. So I had to sheepishly tell all the parents Hey, I might be infected with Cove. It And where we live. We're all pretty good friends and Yeah, OK, whatever. And I ended up testing Negative. I really don't know Cathy in Milwaukee. You're on the Dan O'Donnell show. Ask me anything. Kathy. Merry Christmas to you. Merry Christmas to you. I didn't find it. Well, first, just let me just about comment about Brad. You got to do a book on the history of the songs, too. Okay, anyway. All those people that sent you after Dave. It's about the voting thing. Mm hmm. Okay. And you went to Madison. Except you and I are getting it was brilliant. Our son cannot people since nobody else can. Those people get recourse against Anybody. You mean in terms of a lawsuit or something like that? Any? I don't understand why that was just like, okay. We got that. I don't understand.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Our battle to count all the legal votes. All right? That's the question. So talk to us. What is your message? Not just spiritually because he had a great spiritual message for our listeners on the podcast early today. What is your What is your professional is the lawyers, the person who's on the team for the president. What is your political your professional message for those Because I've seen I've seen it on my my social media feeding the comments. But those who after last Friday's decision for the Supreme Court said, right, that's it. I've given up. Well, December 8th came and went, and that's a date that the Democrats, the media try to edge in. Stone is saying that is all over this summer, 14th came and went the Supreme Court's decision, which was based on Lee on procedure. Was based solely on procedure said Texas didn't have standing to sue Pennsylvania, which I disagree with, but that's all awas that came and went and the fight continues in Georgia. But the Vigna Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada, Arizona, the New Mexico the fight is moving forward for election integrity and the Democrats who want to join that fight. Because of the do somehow they're so fanciful that they believe that Joe Biden got 80 million votes. They should want him to have all the legitimacy in the world. They should join our fight for election integrity. What? Why would you not? I don't care if you're you know who's that environmentalist? The consumer protection NATO. I don't care if you're Ralph need a I don't care if you're who's the guy Ross Perot, or, you know, it doesn't matter to me who the candidate is what the party affiliation is. Why would you not want That would be a fair investigation. To make sure that there's no voter fraud. What? What? What's the logic? That what? Why would you say no. The only reason you want to know is because because you're trying to hide something, and that's what the Democrats are doing. They're hiding the fact that they know there were 221,000 unlawful boats under Wisconsin Law, Wisconsin Constitution. In Milwaukee and gain town, which is where Madison is alone. They know that Georgia had.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Brian Hagedorn didn't want to take the case because in his personal view It was damaging and would have long lasting effects. On future elections. That was his personal opinion. He stated it very, very clearly. That he feels compelled to say something, something far more fundamental than the winner of Wisconsin's electoral votes is implicated in this case. At stake in some measure is faith in our system of free and fair elections of features Central to the enduring strength of our constitutional republic. You tell me What that has anything to do with whether or not the Wisconsin Supreme Court should take up a case based on Article seven, Section three of the Wisconsin Constitution, which lays out in clear, concise language, the Wisconsin Supreme Court may in fact take original actions when the issue is of statewide concern and what it's far too pressing. For it to go to the circuit court system. This is precisely the case that the Wisconsin Constitution and the case law that's developed out of it envisions should be original action before the Supreme Court, But rather than simply base it on those constitutional grounds, Remember In the Donald J. Trump v. Tony Evers case. That Hagedorn similarly wrote a concurrence on he totally ignored the relevant portion of the Wisconsin Constitution and the very next day we see why, because he understands that his argument is not valid under the Wisconsin Constitution. In fact, the statute he cited to try to make this ridiculous case that the Supreme Court can't take these cases would necessarily mean that the statute he cited is invalid under the Wisconsin Constitution. I don't think I need to be a legal scholar. To tell you that that's an impossibility. You can't have laws that violate the state Constitution. But here in one paragraph, not only does he blow up the notion that this case was actually about or original jurisdiction or anything like that, he also blows up the idea that he's anything other than the judicial activist that he pretended to hate. When he went on this show on Election Day 2019 and literally begged for your Basically the way this plays out is judges have some sense of what they think. Is just some sense of what they think is right in. They don't have the ability to set aside their own preferences and just follow the law wherever it takes them. Particularly. This happens when it comes to constitutional questions and make big cases and again. I've seen this guy. Was gonna frequent litigator before the court when I was governor, Walker's chief legal counsel, and I could tell you how Justice we were seeking to replace here. We are seeking to replace her. She was gonna vote on every single case. That.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:15 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Wheels. I'm Jeff Freeman. Also Fox News. Yes, sir. Everything because I'm happy that issue okay and happy. Look, folks I know I'm Justin Entertainer. But I apparently gnome or about the Wisconsin Constitution that alleged conservative justice Brian Hag adorn it is the Dan O'Donnell show by the way, classical conservatism contemporary style. Fortunately, we do still have people on the Wisconsin Supreme Court who not only know how to read Article seven, Section three of the Wisconsin Constitution. Actually do stand up for the rule of law. Justice Rebecca Bradley, who is probably It's tough because patients Rogan Sack is also just a wonderful, wonderful jurist and I don't want to say sell her short because she also wrote a fantastic concurrence to this ridiculous Supreme Court decision. But Bradley stands out to me. The Wisconsin Supreme Court forsakes its duty to the people of Wisconsin in declining to decide whether election officials complied with Wisconsin's election laws in administering the November 3rd 2020 election. Instead, a majority of this court passively permits the Wisconsin Elections Commission to decree its own election rules there by overriding the will of the people. As expressed in the election laws enacted by the people's elected representatives. Allowing six UN elected commissioners to make the law governing elections without the consent of the governed. Deals. The death blow. Democracy. That is just a powerful, well written paragraphs. And she goes on the importance of having the state's highest court resolved the significant legal issues presented by the petitioner's warrants the exercise of this court's constitutional authority. You hear this case as unoriginal action? While the court reserves this exercise of its jurisdiction for those original actions of statewide significance, it is beyond dispute that elections are the foundation of American government and their integrity is of such monumental importance that any threat to their validity should trigger not only our concern. But are prompt. Action. She continues. While this statutes provide an avenue for aggrieved candidates to pursue an appeal to a circuit court after completion of the recount determination, it does not foreclose the candidates option to ask this court to grant his petition for an original action. Any contrary, reading would render the law in conflict with the Constitution. And therefore Void. What she's saying here is to believe Justice hag adorns interpretation of Wisconsin statute, 9.11 would be to believe that the Legislature enacted a statute that directly violates Article seven, Section three of the Wisconsin Constitution. That's an impossibility. In other words, Hagedorn is wrong. The majority's recent pattern of deferring or altogether dodging decisions on election law, controversies cannot be reconciled with its lengthy history of promptly hearing cases. Involving violating or excuse me voting rights and election processes. Under the court's original jurisdiction or by bypassing the court. Of appeals. Having neglected to identify any principles guiding the majority's decision. It leaves Wisconsin's voters and candidates guessing as to when exactly they should file their cases in order for the majority to deem them worthy of the court's attention. The consequence of the majority operating by whim rather than rule is to leave the interpretation of multiple election laws, influx or worse yet in the hands of the UN elected members of the Wisconsin Election Commission Wisconsin Supreme Court has an institutional responsibility to decide important questions of law, not for the benefit of partition particular litigants, but for citizens we were elected to serve. Justice for the people of Wisconsin means ensuring the integrity of Wisconsin's elections. Ah, majority of this court disregards its duty. The people of Wisconsin, denying them. Justice. If you could see me standing and applauding, ladies and gentlemen, You would That is exactly what happened here. It happened because alleged concerned that look Focusing on Hagedorn because I expect That Karofsky and that and wash Bradley and that Rebecca Dow with the liberal on the ballot that they're going to ignore the law that they're going to ignore the Wisconsin Constitution. The case is Trump V. Evers. Who do you think they're siding with? I wouldn't even need to know any of the facts. Any of the relevant constitutional principles in a case called Trump V. Evers to tell you how. Jill Carrasquero, Rebecca Dalit, the liberal on the ballot, and and Walsh Bradley are gonna vote. What does that say about them? Case entitled Trump the Evers. If there's a constitutional precept on which the Trump campaign is wrong, I could reasonably expect Rebecca Bradley. I could reasonably expect patients Rogues act, I could expect the court's three actual conservatives. Aside with Evers. Because if there's an error, an application of the law or the facts or an error in the interpretation of the constitution by a lower court, actual strict constructionist judges Will work to remedy that, and they'll rule accordingly. There's just no chance, and this happens on every court. Why is it that a conservative or someone who's elected as a conservative Because we have Supreme Court elections here in Wisconsin or appointed by a Republican president? Why is it that they always become the swing vote? Sandra Day O'Connor. David Souter, Anthony Kennedy, John Roberts. Could you honest to goodness see Elena Kegan or Sonia Sotomayor? The self described wise Latina. This woman actually said, Sometimes you need a wise Latina. To make decisions. That that flies in the face of everything. Judicial review as outlined in Marbury v. Madison at the very beginning of this country. Provides for just this is supposed to be blind, But oh, you're going to come to better conclusions because of your race and your gender That's empathetic, Aeltus. Everything That the constitution of this country and that the rule of law stands for To them. Justice isn't blind. Justice always peeks from behind its blindfold to take a look at who it is. That's before them. No rule accordingly. Not once on any significant issue. In her entire tenure on the court did the notorious RBG ever stray from liberal dogma. Even when it was so Ridic. I had a laundry list after she passed away and I decided not to do it. Just out of respect. And you know why speak ill of the dead? I guess off RBG decisions that just made no constitutional sense. Like she just I mean, objectively speaking. Was a poor jurist in that regard because she just didn't seem to have any firm grasp of the Constitution or constitutional precepts because she was clouded by political ideology and my goodness. Before her death, she gives an interview in which she just blasts President Trump. How is it possible that she could ever be counted on to fairly rule on anything involving the Trump presidency? This is what liberal jurisprudence has become. And what's so disheartening is That someone like Brian Hagedorn at the state level and John Roberts at the federal level, for whatever reason. Seem to go along with this nonsense seem to believe that Oh, yes, I am so independent. That I must completely ignore the plain meaning of the Constitution for this statute, which is my interpretation is correct would render that statute no in void. That's how bad hag adorns concurrence, Woz. I swear I read his descent in the safer at home ruling four times. And could not understand what he was trying to say. Clearly the governor violated rules for rulemaking. I mean, it was it was so abundantly clear. But again, he got caught up in the minutia and tried to argue. This is what happens And this is this is the fundamental flaw. With liberal judicial philosophy. It's that they start at the conclusion. And they work backwards to find the reasoning for it. That's when you get the tortured logic that underpins these decisions. I'm looking at the clock,.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I met him. He and his wife, we, You know, we went to a number of Republican party dinners. I know his father, former chairman of the Milwaukee County Republican Party. They are about his nice people as it gets. But I'm telling you in thinking about and reading his decisions. I am telling you every time I've transported back to law school. 3 4004 or something like that? Yeah, Tooth out. Fall of 2003 is my first year of law school. First semester. And what his decisions read, like are those first year students who are so desperate to show you how smart they are that they completely missed the actual issues. Yes, I know exactly what I'm saying. Don't believe That Brian Hagedorn is ruling on proper constitutional or legal grounds because he's so desperate Tohru his own jurisprudential course. He like John Roberts. Undoubtedly prides himself on being a strict constructionist and being an originalist and being the dissenting voice. I am not bound by party. I am not bound by Political ideology or governing philosophy. I am bound by the law. Yet again, he ignored the Supreme Law of the state of Wisconsin. That's what's so disappointing to me personally. You know, we we joke and I call him alleged conservative Brian Hagedorn. What's so incredibly disappointing? Is that his rulings Just don't make sense. When you ignore the plain language and the plain meaning? Of the very article of the Wisconsin Constitution that governs the entire thing. You say that there's no way we could taken original action, especially when time is of the essence here. The electoral College meets in what Week and a half. What is it? December 14th December 15th. There's not time here. This is why the Wisconsin Constitution permits issues of statewide import and there is there is no more issue of statewide importance and significance than a statewide election. This is why the Constitution permits original actions in these instances to ignore that and to cite Wisconsin statute nine point no 11. Well, not even mentioned. This is the thing that absolutely boggles my mind. It's like reading his concurrence. He knew what the Constitution said. He had to have it if he didn't Lead the charged to try to remove him from office for gross negligence. But He was so bogged down in the minutia of the statute. He missed the forest for the proverbial trees. And folks I've seen this so many times. What's unfortunate is I saw it in first year law.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It is the Danno Donald's show, a Tour de force. Of truth. Wisconsin Supreme Court led by alleged conservative Brian Hagedorn, rejecting President Trump's appeal to hear an original action on the challenge to the election. And on the merits. I wrote a lengthy column that I read on the air yesterday at Mac Ivor institute dot com about how the Trump campaign's lawsuit is a slam dunk. Now I'm not sure if the court would go along with the remedy that's suggested that all of these votes be tossed out. But on the merits, it's clear election law was not followed. And in pretty much every instance it wasn't followed. Don't matter. Because the courts three liberals and alleged conservative Brian Hagedorn and completely ignored Article seven, Section three of the Wisconsin Constitution. You know, people have been asking me since this decision came out via email via taxed by a Twitter ever. How can you explain this? With Hagedorn. There was nothing leading up to the election that would suggest that he would be this much of A lot of people who don't Going to choose my words very carefully here. A lot of people who don't do constitutional law or follow constitutional law as closely as I do. We'll say Well, okay, he's a sellout. He's terrible. He's just ignoring deliberately. Look, I I went to law school many, many years ago, and I decided to go into broadcasting instead of practicing so producer, Dave is giving me a thumbs up. Yeah, The last thing the world needs is more lawyers, right? But when you think about The Constitution. You have to think of it as a lawyer thinks I'm going to go all the way back to law school to try to explain Brian Hagedorn is thinking here. I knew Probably 100, Brian hag adorns. These are the people who in my first semester and for I know there are high school kids or excuse me. College kids deciding now should I take the L s a T V. L sat the law school admissions test. Should I go to law school? Should I make this a career? I always tell them. Yes, absolutely. Morrell Education will never hurt you. Unless, of course, it's in like gay and lesbian studies Unless you're looking 16th century gay representation in artwork. Then, Okay, maybe, or education might be worthless. If you're not If you're taking something that has, like a marketable skill, like the practice of law, its applicability little literally everything. Because what? What law school did law school was, like, talk radio boot camp for me, because what it does is it doesn't teach you about the law percent. I learned everything I know about the law. The love was gone in in following the law in reporting on the law in my professional life, what I learned in law schools. How to think how to argue persuasively and use facts and the law to build a case, which is Quite literally what I do every day on the radio, and every day I write a column or or something for common sense Central or something like that. I build the case. But what I will tell you if you're going to law school is that in the first year Or at least the first semester. You will think you're the dumbest person in your class. Because everybody else will raise their hands. So oh, aggressively and they'll say they know the answer, Professor. I had a professor in Torts, which is personal liability first semester, He used the Socratic method where he just called on you randomly. And he had me going on some question for a long time, and I thought I was doing well, but finally he stumped me. Very sheepishly had to say he made his point and I had nothing. And I said Touche and sat down. Of course, everybody laughed. And I felt like that. You know, people were coming up to me saying, Oh, my gosh, That's so funny. I'm like, Well, yeah, I know. I'm funny. What I don't know is whether I'm going to finish my first semester or whether I'm gonna flunk out. What I don't know is whether I'm smart. It was in large measure because I thought everybody else was smarter than me. Because their answers would go into such minute detail about what this case sad and the court should rule based on this tiny little thing, and this one provision that they found in some obscure law. And I'm thinking, boy. Oh, boy, I think this case is decided by the main issue that's presented here. I guess I'm just not seeing it as deeply or intelligently as everybody else. Well, it turned out Got my grades back first semester. I did very, very well primarily because I didn't miss the forest for the trees. I looked at the main issues. I looked at the applicability law. Read what the loss at what the case law said what the holdings were. In case law, there's there's two things there's there's the holding. We therefore order this And there's dicta. Dicta is pretty much everything else. Dicta is what the court says that doesn't have total bearing on the final decision. Brian Hagedorn has been caught up in Dick to for his entire career. On the Supreme Court. Ryan Hagedorn is exactly like those people in law school who tried to Wow you with their reading of my new details of the case is that you never even thought were there. But they didn't get the grades because they missed the actual issue. Know what Brian Hagedorn is thinking, because, well, I didn't know Brian Hagedorn before he started running for the state Supreme Court and I will tell you this. I know there's a lot of hate for him. Personally..

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News Talk 1130 WISN

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"The law governing challenges to election results is no threat. The rule of law. It's alleged conservative Brian Hagedorn. Once again completely missing the forest for the trees. What he's arguing is that the Supreme Court can't take up this case as what's known as unoriginal action. That the exclusive remedy is that Ah petitioner In this case, the Donald J. Trump for president campaign needs to go through. It needs to file in Circuit court. Then make its way out through the appellate court level that you can't just file an appeal with the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court can't take up this case as an original action. And this point Is very clear. Hagedorn says the exclusive judicial remedy is to go through the court system. There is no way there is no authority that could possibly be given. That could give Donald J. Trump for president the right to go directly. The United States or Excuse me to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Nothing. Are we following this? Absolutely. Nothing. He's very clear on this. Because Hagedorn fashions himself a scholar of the law, he immerses himself in the wall because he like me and like you listening to me believes in the rule of law in the Constitution above all else, at least That's what he said to me and to you when he was running for Supreme Court justice. In fact, you can't see me, but I am pointing to the chair that he sat in on multiple occasions. When he said he is a strict constructionist in in other words, He understands. That the Constitution is the Supreme Law of the state of Wisconsin. Just as the United States Constitution is, this is pretty much all of the United States. That he will follow the constitution. He will be guided by the Constitution because the Constitution is the people is the law. He said in his decision in his concurrence, anyway. That the law is clear. Trump campaign couldn't go to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The Wisconsin Supreme Court can't do original actions. Would it surprise you to know? That alleged conservative Brian Hagedorn, the man who told you when he was running for office that he immerses himself in the law. He's a scholar of the law. He will follow. The Constitution will follow the rule of law. Would it surprise you to know Ladies and gentlemen that alleged conservative Brian Hagedorn is once again completely and thoroughly ignorant as to what the Wisconsin Constitution says I will read this slowly because I'm starting to get convinced that Brian Hagedorn alleged conservative isn't particle. Literally bright. Wisconsin Constitution. Article seven, Section three The Supreme Court shall have super intending and administrative authority over all courts. The Supreme Court has appellate jurisdiction over all courts. And May here original actions and proceedings. In other words, alleged conservative Brian Hagedorn completely ignored the plain meaning and plain language of the Wisconsin Constitution that he sat in my studio and promise to all of us that he would always Follow. I expect this from the three liberals. Rebecca Dalit, the liberal on the ballot. Jill Kurowski and and wash, Bradley. I don't expect that they care one wet fart. About the Constitution of either the United States of the Wisconsin Constitution when there are elections to win when there are Democrats to benefit who come before them. I expect that Justus. I expect a certain modicum of constitutional ignorance for people who see it as their job to get too specific political outcomes. But when you've got an alleged conservative who says that he will rule based on the wall and doesn't seem to know what the law says. That is a massive, massive problem. Even deeper, appears to be haggard, Aurens willingness and desire. Substitute his own judgment. For that of the people. As codified in the law, yes, but also in the Wisconsin Constitution, which he blatantly ignored more on this coming up. Next. It's the Dan O'Donnell show. Oh, Nearly half of dermatologists say they.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Right, All right. All right. All right. All right. All right. All right. Feel good. Hope you are as well. 5 14 on the Friday afternoon show News Talk, 11 30 ws and why we got some winds today. More specifically, the Wisconsin Constitution. One. State Supreme Court handed down a couple of rulings in the last few days, one of which was dealing with a lawsuit. Filed by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, asking the court to review Governor Evers partial vetoes. During the state budget process. A quick recap. The governor signed the state budget back in July of 2019. It's a little over a year ago. That's because he carved it up with a lot of partial V. Chou Vito's, which is common. No one denies that. In fact, Wisconsin's partial veto power is one of the most powerful, if not the most powerful in the entire country. Lot of governors either convene, tow the budget or prove it. That's it. Flip a coin or nay. In Wisconsin. There've evil power. Whoever the governor is expansive. However, as the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty argued, it's not a magic one that governors can just change the overall policy approved by the Senate. In the assembly. The biggest issue was when Governor Evers look Out of thin air added $86 million in K 12 education spending in the biennial budget. He's not David Copperfield. He can't just snap his fingers and make something appear out of thin air. But that's exactly what he did. Exactly what he did. Governor Evers found a way to increase by $85 million. That's real money when he did was this follows? The legislature in their approved budget. In the language looking for the governor's approval. Said Then the first year of the budget, $679 per pupil would be spent in Cato all funding. Would go up to $704 in the second year follow. 654 2018 19 SCHOOL year 679 The subsequent school year and then 700 for each school year thereafter. Again biennial budget That's what was put into the budget. What Governor Evers did with his veto pen was he lowered the amount of aid in the second year and then cross that with language that distinguish the first and second years you follow So after his veto pen Richard the budget In essence.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

The Mark Belling Show

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on The Mark Belling Show

"Twenty eight be promulgated using the procedures established by the legislature for rulemaking. If criminal penalties were to follow as we fully explained below because palm did not follow the law and creative order twenty-eight there could be no criminal penalties for violation of her order the procedural requirements if Wisconsin Statutes must be followed because they safeguard all people we do not conclude the palm was without any power to act in the face of this pandemic however palm and again. That's everts his health services secretary who or issued the order however Powell must follow the law that is applicable to statewide emergencies. Further conclude that palms order confining all people to their homes forbidding travel and closing businesses exceeded the Statutory Authority under Wisconsin Statutes upon which palm claims to rely. The order then goes on and deals with the background of the case and so on and as I said a very very long order and discusses all of the things that the rule from Secretary Palm came up with. I'm now going to get into the area where they discuss. The overview of the case review this controversy now under our original jurisdiction founded the Wisconsin Constitution and. Then they state the reason that they have the right to go into this in the dispute in this case involves whether the secretary designate Dhs Barbaro services issued an order in violation of the laws of Wisconsin in order that impacts every person of Wisconsin as well as persons who come into Wisconsin in every non essential business exercising original jurisdiction is appropriate in this case palm has contended the legislature does not have standing to invoke our original jurisdiction for these claims. They then go on to make the case that the Supreme Court ruling does that they do have the standing to be able to rule in this case. The crux of the legislatures claim is that Emergency Order Twenty eight was promulgated without following required statutory procedures applicable to an emergency and his so doing palm impinged upon the Legislatures Constitutional Court power. Now what they are going into is there suggested in. The court is ruling. That Secretary Palm exceeded her authority by not including the legislature in the passing of this rule. Remember that the Department of Health Services Secretary by law and Wisconsin has the authority to issue orders within an emergency. The Supreme Court is ruling that she exceeded her authority in this regard and issued a ruling. The took upon her as Iverson's designate authority than the law allows. Now we're obviously going to be discussing this and the ramification of it. And what does it mean? And where do we go from here? Now that the order has been struck down by Wisconsin's highest court so we're going to put pick up at that point when we come back in the next segment. I will because I'm sure it's the question at the top of everyone's head try to respond right now to the question of what does this mean right now. It means that any rule that comes from the IRS administration on this has to be approved by the legislature. It's my contention that if the legislature doesn't approve a rule. There's no rule but it does mean that. Tony Everts wants to press forward with these. These kinds of micromanaging orders. He'll have to include the legislature unaddressed. In this is what happens if individual counties. I'll try to hand down their own orders. Tom Barrett has said in Milwaukee. I don't care what the Supreme Court does. I'll cut turn right around any shoe. My own order locking down the city of Milwaukee. Each county has the Authority. Of course he issue orders on their own vacant than be legally challenged but as of the moment the statewide order issued by the Everts Administration has been struck down and if they want to put anything else in place in the short term. They're going to have to do it with the approved. The legislature how evers response remains to be seen. Will they turn around where they ready for? This will the issue another ordering forty five minutes. Don't know the answer to that but again the first here The first ramifications the first shooter droplets put it that way. The Supreme Court has struck down the expansive rule that was issued by Andrea Palm. The Health Services Secretary Prior to April twenty four th that extended to May twenty sixth and restricts and regulates all of this activity and Wisconsin the Supreme Court of Wisconsin ruling. This afternoon that the Iverson Ministration as Secretary Palm exceeded their authority and went beyond what the law allows them to do. Will pick up.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Contest the Korematsu decision is notorious in the annals of Supreme Court history because it allowed the government to intern Japanese Americans to hold them in internment camps because of the ongoing war with the Japanese in World War two Korematsu was effectively overturned in I believe two thousand eight or two thousand nine but the standard that was first applied in Korematsu known as the strict scrutiny or least restrictive means standard lives on today Korematsu is seen as one of the worst examples of government overreach that was actually given a stamp of approval by the United States Supreme Court and Bradley in her questioning of the attorney who represented the state and before we get into this can I just say what an absolute and total how weird our Attorney General Josh call is this is easily the biggest case to go before the Wisconsin Supreme Court probably in the last couple of years certainly since call has been Attorney General he really didn't think he needed to show up for oral arguments I'll tell you why he didn't because he knows just as surely as governor Iverson Andrea Paul met everyone else they really have no case oh sure the liberals on the court and Walsh Bradley and Rebecca Dallet are going to side with them because it's a Democrat before them and liberal justices are put on courts solely because they will always reliably side with Democrats the biggest upset in Wisconsin judicial history will be a Adam Walsh Bradley or Rebecca Dallet sides with the Republican legislature in this decision I'm telling you it is not going to happen if it does I will be flat out stunned you might see a conservative side with the liberal minority I don't think that's too likely but you will never ever ever see the liberal men minority side with the conservative majority so this guy Colin Ross was the attorney for the Iverson ministration not Josh call not Josh call because he didn't want to answer the questions that he knew would be coming questions about the open obvious and blatant violation of the Wisconsin constitution didn't want to answer any of these so we left it to one of his deputies this guy named Colin Ross and here's what Bradley actually asked rationales that we're hearing justifying the secretary's order in this case is that well it's a pandemic and there isn't enough time to promulgate a rule and have the legislature involved with determining that the details of the scope of the secretary's authority I'll direct your attention to another time in history in the Korematsu decision where the court said the need traction was great and time was short and that justified and I'm quoting assembling together and placing under guard all those of Japanese ancestry in assembly centers during World War two could the secretary under this broad delegation of legislative power or legislative like power order people out of their homes into centers where they are properly socially distance in order to combat the pandemic she very obviously did not compare safer at home to the internment of the Japanese she's asking a question a very logical one about the oppressive excessive use of governmental power the governmental power exercised in the internment of the Japanese is now seen rightly so as but incredible overreach we now use the phrase Japanese internment as synonymous with some of America's greatest evils quite frankly but evil perpetrated by a democratic president I might remind you but Japanese internment is seen as an historical raw what she's saying is does this same sort of governmental authority that was given a rubber stamping Korematsu allow for the same sort of thing that an unelected bureaucrat is doing here in Wisconsin that was the question now you'll notice the media especially CNN did not focus at all what I thought on what I thought was by far the very best question of the entire proceeding and that was Bradley's very first question again your argument I'd like to direct your attention to article one section one of the Wisconsin constitution which reads in part that all people have certain inherent rights among these are at liberty to secure these rights governments are instituted deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed my question for you is where in the constitution to the people of Wisconsin confirm a story on a single unelected cabinet secretary to compel almost six million people to stay at home and close their businesses and face imprisonment if they don't comply with no input from the legislature without the consent of the people isn't it the very definition of tyranny for one person to order people to be imprisoned for going to work among other ordinarily lawful activities where does the constitution say that's permissible council it doesn't but that hasn't stopped any of this new form of tyranny for help from happening what isn't terrifying is that government would use an emergency to strengthen its control over the people alarming sure but it's not surprising what's orderly chilling is that people have let it people have quite frankly demanded it people have declared in essence their dependence.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Up first on the Dan o'donnell show what's going on Bob I just want to point out a couple discrepancies in the thought process is a lot of people okay all right here in our divisional order was never signed by governor even it was signed by the secretary that's one okay yeah when in that outbox it's not social distancing its surgical district take mine okay the major point is whether or not to sixty two issue observance of the constitution or the constitution subservient to fifty total I understand in some specific way back when is the coverage of the insurance provision of our constitution do you listen to this show Bob bill every day every day well not every day you need to listen every day I know I've been making these exact points that Q. fifty two point oh to the statute being cited that gives the health department or the health secretary the power to in forests basically a quarantine and in fact the two point oh two three is this specific line in the statute that's being cited the department may close schools and for big public gatherings in schools churches and other places to control outbreaks and epidemics my contention is just as you're saying Bob this does not give the government power to trample on individual rights you'll notice then I want to point out section one article one section four of the Wisconsin state constitution article one section four how did the people below are both never beat of bricks well governor Iverson said that that was it can be a bridge right there in the constitution shall never be a prediction jumping over the top article one section eight three the people to practice division he approached Zach product qualification on their hold on a sec Bob deep do you think that I haven't been pointing this out on this show I I guess I think that's not been pointed out by you I've got an eleven okay I get that you don't listen every date were you listening in the past like I don't know twenty four minutes yes okay I don't believe I don't believe carefully enough what here's what I want you to do Bob I've got a big big piece it was published April seventeenth twenty twenty the day after in fact I wrote it the day that governor reverse extended its safer at home order okay it's called the diverse administrations new safer at home order is totally unlawful I love the way you think all right I love it you cannot rely on a statute in which what you're doing under the color of that statute violates fundamental constitutional rights and your right Bob nobody else sees pointing this stuff out except me all right I will I need you to listen carefully though because that's what I have been focusing for the last several weeks on that this is in total violation of the Wisconsin constitution Wisconsin law the United States constitution and basic rights I love though that you're pointing that out him Bob I like Bob he does his research he had the Wisconsin constitution open but I need you.

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"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:00 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin constitution" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I don't even is just a server did total control over the Wisconsin constitution he just issued an executive order which has been challenged before the Wisconsin Supreme Court changing the date of tomorrow's election till June ninth and ordering the state of Wisconsin to accept absentee ballots until that time Furthermore he also determined that local governments remain in place there is essentially what Tony Evers did with an executive order is suspend the Wisconsin constitution so that more absentee ballots can be harvested for Jill Karofsky this is absolutely a plan that was in place well I think before governor eaters quote ordered the legislature into session what's more about this coming up on the program today we've got senator Craig coming up at two thirty five on the show and then throughout the Madison sided show as well absolutely stunning at the true I mean and run down the clock eleventh hour gambit to upend the election to upend the new Supreme Court session that will be delayed as well because of this to order local government to remain in place suspend democracy in our state and I and I would argue with all for anybody who would like to argue with me I don't think you really have a leg to stand on this is by design this eleventh hour last minute hail Mary pass is by design whether Tony YVR scores a completion right now is in the hands of the Wisconsin Supreme Court more on that also it looks like the corona virus numbers have been revised down again and that's simply because the models that everybody is using are not based on data they're based on speculation as we as we lurch ever more aggressively into a police state isn't it nice to know that a whole bunch of people are starting to re think the apocalyptic scenarios more on that coming up on the program also it looks like corona virus probably got to the United States a whole lot earlier than anybody is saying it did even though the mainstream press doesn't want to publish the numbers and these numbers are being actively subverted so that more people cannot consume them the symptoms of an aggressive respiratory disease that was not the flu began appearing in the United States in the fall of twenty nineteen in which case we have already flattened the curve all of this coming up on the program run Johnson those standing by on the show first off let's let's well besides welcoming you to the program let's start I guess with sort of what you think about what is going on in Wisconsin is our election has been sidelined by a governor who is asserted total control over the Wisconsin constitution it seems well received sounds like a lot of repair god David I've been watching carefully what has been happening but you're not involved in this is something which state officials it does strike me that if he was serious about this he would have been working with the legislator weeks ago when apparently he didn't I'm sorry if this is what you said is now ma'am according to what I've been trying to do is I've been just trying to get people to take a look at the current situation with basic it's horrible I mean we do know this is overwhelming places where their hot spots but its new Yorkers Italy it's it's a it's an activities and a lot of people are dying from yeah we don't know the exact upgrade because we really don't know the denominator we don't know how many people already been infected there's a lot we need to learn what what what I've been trying to point out is what let's take a look at the entire year are you tired of the problem here and it's not just the medical is rude because that is it's also the the economic problems the fact that the businesses are shutting down in people's life savings are are just you back reading and workers are out of work and my concern is with the more we just talk about shutdowns in absolute terms we can't shut down the entire economy I think everybody agrees that we have to keep hospitals open grocery stores open while you do that you have to keep their supply lines open you start realizing hopefully a greater economies but did you also need to realize maintaining social distance personal hygiene the wash your hands don't touch your face you can do all those things in so many businesses that absolutely do need to stay open so I got up I want to do everything we can to prevent the spread of the disease the fire first we don't overwhelm our our health care system but we also have to recognize we do need to keep so much for calling me open if we're gonna get basic white spaces the falcons let let me in little rock from water or you're just kind of telling laying out that perspective in the end only let me let me say something you're you're getting slaughtered for saying something that and I consider what you're saying is is reasonably benign very common sense but it also still assumes that we're getting all this stuff right and I'm looking here now at a report from Italy that has covered nineteen deaths counted essentially bite without tests so we we know that the lion share of covert nineteen in Italy were people who had many pre existing conditions but what we didn't know until recently is that Italy is counting anyone that that had any symptoms that looks similar to covert nineteen is a cover nineteen death when you actually count positive tests the number of deaths that were actually caused by covert nineteen in Italy is twelve percent of the total deaths reported that's the Italians themselves confirming that the CDC has indicated to hospitals to it too to simply kind of eyeball spitball whether or not they want to count a covert nineteen death as a covert nineteen death they're not required to actually get a positive test of covert nineteen to list the cause of death is covered nineteen nor are they required they are encouraged but not required to list the comorbidities that may have contributed to somebody's death so we may not even have the actual death counts correct on this and we are in we are in a police state at this point in many parts of the country thank you so social distancing aside you've got cops busting churches like they did in west bend over the weekend this is getting out of hand and I'm not sure we're gonna recognize our country when it's over well again there's so much we still don't know I mean we don't but you again you do see the hot spots with the hell that is overwhelmed their hospital systems and know that they're not gonna get the data right because they don't have time to fill out all the but the patient data I've I've been talking to people trying to collect New York overwhelmed so it's going to be quite some time before we fully understand this I hope quite honestly there's a lot of people were expelled community I I hope I hope have been present for quite some time is in dispute we're we're seeing that your maybe we're getting close to herd immunity I don't know but nobody knows but we do understand how will repeat this does but again we also have to understand why so much for economy does need to remain open and if you remain open space list but that's the point I'm trying to make is that what we need to do everything we can to prevent further spread to to to bend the curve down so you don't overwhelm our healthcare system anywhere in the country for us your staff so far was doing her best but again we need to keep grocery stores open we need to keep basic necessities very economy slowing and that's just for voting to be talking in that range is to be putting some kind of perspective on on all this other girl there will be plenty of time to meet and trust me my committee will be oversight over the higher ups yeah there are still many communities modeling that includes the the World Health Organization the US role in this coming after China China's role but we we still don't know how three days what about what markets did come out of a level four labs we don't know we did get the bottom of that we need to hold China accountable for this I don't I I completely agree that this is you know China always struck me as being you know one lab accident away from a complete catastrophe but back to what I what what is going on now we you have said this now two or three times in the conversation so vai we don't know these things but we shot down a multi trillion dollar economy based on stuff we don't know coming out of the White House today was a revision down on death numbers and revision down on infection numbers confirmed infection numbers expected what is this a kind of me still closed down I I mean this is this is absolute madness it is not there's nothing rational about what we're doing there's nothing.

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