35 Burst results for "Wisconsin Supreme Court"

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:08 min | 2 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"We are getting some progress in the courts on election integrity. The progress is slow. It's a little bit halting. It's two steps forward and one step back. There was an unfortunate ruling in Michigan. A little while ago where the Secretary of State made some very arbitrary rules about Paul objections, Republicans being able to bring in their cameras, bringing their phones and raise objections and this went before the courts in Michigan and the court space we all know the Secretary of State is right. And they didn't really rule in the merits of what the Republicans were saying, but they said in effect that we can't change things right now. It's kind of too late we're right at the edge of the election. So that was a loss for the Republicans in Michigan. However, in Wisconsin, a big win, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court basically saying, no mail and drop boxes. There's no provision for that in the Wisconsin constitution. There's no provision for that in the Wisconsin statutes and laws. This was done in 2020, but kind of we're not doing it again. Huge win. And now I see a more limited but important victory in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules undated mail in ballots can't be counted. Now that's slightly understates what the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said because really what we're dealing with here is an improperly filled out ballot. Now ballots can be improperly filled out in all kinds of ways. You can wrongly date a ballot. Let's just say you put the wrong month or the wrong year, it's like, wait, when did you fill out this ballot? Or you don't put a date at all. They can be problems with the address problems with the signature. So ballots, the question, the bigger question you're dealing with here is what do you do with a sort of defective ballot? A ballad that doesn't meet the think of it, the ballots have a very simple conditions that have to be met. And the simple conditions all have an underlying rationale. We're talking about a specific election and so a date is really important. The data is also important because there are certain dates in which you're allowed to cast your ballot. And so you have to be within that legitimate time. Number two, identification. You have to be you. So you have to provide a name and address, sign the ballot. And so when these things are not done, the question becomes what happens to that ballot. And so the Pennsylvania and the Republican National Committee intervening in Pennsylvania sued, and basically said, listen, you can't just count these ballots no matter how they're filled out.

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U.S. Courts Are Finally Cleaning up Election Rules

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:38 min | 2 months ago

U.S. Courts Are Finally Cleaning up Election Rules

"We are getting some progress in the courts on election integrity. The progress is slow. It's a little bit halting. It's two steps forward and one step back. There was an unfortunate ruling in Michigan. A little while ago where the Secretary of State made some very arbitrary rules about Paul objections, Republicans being able to bring in their cameras, bringing their phones and raise objections and this went before the courts in Michigan and the court space we all know the Secretary of State is right. And they didn't really rule in the merits of what the Republicans were saying, but they said in effect that we can't change things right now. It's kind of too late we're right at the edge of the election. So that was a loss for the Republicans in Michigan. However, in Wisconsin, a big win, and the Wisconsin Supreme Court basically saying, no mail and drop boxes. There's no provision for that in the Wisconsin constitution. There's no provision for that in the Wisconsin statutes and laws. This was done in 2020, but kind of we're not doing it again. Huge win. And now I see a more limited but important victory in Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania Supreme Court rules undated mail in ballots can't be counted. Now that's slightly understates what the Pennsylvania Supreme Court said because really what we're dealing with here is an improperly filled out ballot.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:22 min | 6 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WCPT 820

"In Wisconsin a couple of days ago to ask him to overturn the results in Wisconsin. Okay. Please stop talking about that cake. Right. He tweeted, so what speaker Robin boss doing on the great Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling declaring hundreds of thousands of truck bucks votes to be illegal. I don't know how his opponent in the upcoming primary but feels certain he'll do well and speak of us doesn't move with Gusto Robin don't let the voters of Wisconsin down. Oh my God. So he explained, he said it's very consistent because he says that he calls. A lot. Hello? Okay. He'd like to go over everything. How many people does he called to say hello? And I'd like to go over. Everything. He is the Dell of the Republican Party at this point, isn't he? God, I don't want to hear him sing that song. Oh, hello. It's me good. Oh, he makes his case, which I respect. Really? Do you Robin? Do you really? I don't think so. He would like us to do something different in Wisconsin. Meaning with the election that was. Quite some time ago. Right. I explained it's not allowed under the constitution. He has a different opinion. And then he put out the tweet. So that's it. Okay. All right. Okay. Julie writes, listening to this report on how Trump still, despite everything is trying to get states to make him not a loser, a lightbulb went off for me. If God effing forbid, Trump ever got his ketchup stained abnormally short fingers on the presidency again. The first thing he would do is sign an executive order declaring that he won in 2020, a primal scream of I am not a loser. Is she wrong? She's not wrong. She's not wrong. Right? That's exactly what he'll spend all this time doing. Okay. Kevin in D.C., hello, Kevin. Good morning, lovely Stephanie. Good morning, Luke. Hi. And did you did you make a wonder book reference earlier? I did. I did. Schlep carne and wonderbug. And always tell me all of that was so weird. You know the brother in that show turned out to, you know, turned out to go into X rated movies. I did not know that. Wow. Okay. Oh my God. Okay. It's so weird. Okay, go nerd nerd. Can we move on from the George parks? Yeah, I've got a research this is horrific things going on. So I do learn to nerd him to take my mind off it, sorry about that, but. You pretty much covered so many things. Other things that make me that. So I can't get off of the fact that we live in a, in a world where abortion is now illegal and several states have heard so many already so many harsh stories about women are going through already the ten year old, of course, is famous. There was a woman who, according to CNN, was carrying a, I don't want to get into the details, basically was carrying a dead fetus in her womb. Two weeks after because for two weeks because of the abortion and my thing is, if I don't do it again, especially Democrats with news afternoons and everything from voting rights to the January 5th submission to especially fortunate, especially lady, especially

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:36 min | 7 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN. Program you're listening to now enthusiastically endorses the bob surratt morning show. All right, America, welcome back. It's rich valdes filling in for Jim bohannon tonight trying to keep you up to speed on what's going on in America at night and we've got a number of topics on the table we talked about inflation we talked about the Wisconsin Supreme Court and their decision to rule that drop boxes are only allowed inside county clerk buildings and we talked about hershel woody Williams and the entire Israel situation, which is really interesting conversation. And we were mid thought with Chris in Santa Clara, California, who was telling us about the landscape and how many apartment buildings are in this neighborhood, Chris. Well, and I'll keep it short, so other people can play too. I guess I'm trying to, you know, if somebody went ahead and took a ballot and then it got put into a blue mailbox or if they happened to have a way on their home where they could have outgoing mail, kind of old school with the mailbox. The little flag on it. Yeah, a little flag on it or something. I mean, it sounds like at least in Wisconsin that wouldn't have been a big deal, even the cliff he ran from newsmax. So that's whether it's on my side on the left or newsmax on the right of everybody would be a gradient in Wisconsin, at least. No problem mailing ballots to the U.S. Postal Service. I look here and I figure, hey, you know, if there's a government managed Dropbox in front of a public school or over at city hall or something like that, why would that be I guess maybe I'm trying to ask you to explain to me. Okay, I understand, based on the way you're posing the question. So this wasn't an arbitrary thing. Like, hey, let's just put these drop boxes, you know, because we've got the pandemic. This was to the tune of it's not really an important fact, but it was like $400 million from Zuckerberg, who he put into several nonprofits. The thing was that these nonprofits weren't, they were supposed to act in a nonpartisan manner, but they didn't necessarily. They only put these drop boxes in Democrat districts. And only promoted it to Democrat candidates. So it was a very partisan outreach operation. They paid for these things and then kind of donated them. So it's private money operating in the public sphere. This was something that had never been done before, and they had them outside the law allows only to have these boxes inside of a county clerk's office. So like if it was closed or if there were not going to be employees, if they were going to be behind plexiglas screen or whatever it was. So that was the gist of that. This wasn't necessarily like the board of elections doing that. This was what they called the zuckerbergs issuing grants to local boards of elections. And that's where it got very, very these public partnerships, these quasi public partnerships got very, very tricky and this is what was overruled with the current case. So there's a lot of nuance to it. But good question and good to know that that came out that way because other people may have perceived it that way as well. So thank you, Chris. I appreciate that. Let us continue our journey across the country to Missouri. Let's go to John and Missouri, John welcome, you're on with rich Valdez. Good evening. My concern is with the electric system reliability this summer. Not only in Texas, but across the Midwest, the reliability councils that are responsible for maintaining reliable grid have already given notice to their member utilities not to do any testing not to do any experimenting with their units. And the load that is being experienced in these areas due to this heat wave is very close to the generating capacity of the network in the stories it's getting pressed now that there could be blackouts or brownouts rotating brownouts, whatever in these areas, but the truth, the complete story is not getting out. What has happened over the last 5 to ten years is there have been a closure of well over 100 coal fired generating plants. To the concern about carbon emissions and decarbonization of the world and I believe that it's been done prematurely because the renewable generating capacity has not yet generated has not yet demonstrated the ability to replace all of this coal fired generating capacity. So you're right on all accounts here. And this was a big argument back in 2008, 2009, where people were saying, look, you know, Obama had launched an attack on coal and saying, look, we're going to get rid of this stuff. And the environmentally conscious left said, yes, we've got to do that. We've got to get rid of it. And in many ways, taking apart that industry and left it standing on a wobbly leg. And now we're looking at the reality of life where we, oh, snap, we actually get electricity from coal. Oh, who thought about that? And now you've got Texas urquhart none of that's what you were referring to, but ercot their energy agency in Texas is telling them, hey look, don't even plug in your electric vehicle unless you absolutely have to because there's so much stress on the grid in Texas. Now I don't know if you were referring to Texas or if you were talking about Missouri. But yeah, this is a problem and it's been a problem in California. And these are all states where there's a small percentage of electric vehicles. So clearly it was, I would go further than saying premature. I would say unrealistic. Again, this is kind of like the idea of us saying, you know, we should have free healthcare and we should have free this and we should have free that and the government should pay for everything and ultimately it just is not a doable proposition. And I think this is the problem that we are running into. So you're a 100% right. We honestly don't have a solution to live in a world that doesn't rely on fossil fuels and we still have the same outcome that we have. Like powering our homes at night using air conditioning in the summer. And driving cars that

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

07:23 min | 7 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court outlawed ballot mail in drop boxes. Not just in the 2022 and 2024 elections, but also said that they were illegal in 2020. And the case, I want to go into the case a little bit because it's really fascinating. First of all, it shows you how these things are fought out. It shows you how their reasoned out to come to a conclusion. So the case is two Wisconsin citizens, Richard Teigen and Richard Tom are suing who, the Wisconsin elections commission, which is supposed to be the neutral administrator of the elections, but also the democratic senatorial campaign committee intervening on behalf of the Wisconsin election commission and the Wisconsin faith voices for justice. Look how these left wing groups, they are in it with the Wisconsin election commission and finally the league of women voters of Wisconsin. So this is, this is the left. And notice that the left is a joined here with the people running the elections in Wisconsin. Now, the citizens basically say we have been injured because of these illegal ballot drop boxes that are not allowed under Wisconsin state law. Now, reading through the decision by justice Rebecca Bradley, by the way, an exquisitely composed opinion that is that goes through the counter arguments that are made by the Wisconsin election commission. And by the Democrats. So let's look at how they function here, because instead of fighting the merits of the case, the first thing that the Wisconsin Democrats do and the election commission is they say that these Wisconsin voters lack standing. In other words, the two of these two guys were not affected by the election outcome. They have no right to sue. Seems kind of crazy. They're voters in Wisconsin. How can they not be affected? But I think what the Democrats are saying and the Wisconsin election commission is that how could these could dare to vote, even if they were right and in their case their votes were somehow mishandled, it wouldn't change the outcome. In other words, the margin in Wisconsin was more than two votes. It's obviously a fraudulent and kind of a specious argument. But nevertheless, they try to block the case on the basis of standing. And so the judge goes through and says, no, these are the rules of standing. These voters have every right to claim that their votes were discounted and they're speaking, not only for themselves, but for voters in general. The issue of trust in the election. Now, the second point made by the Democrats and by the Wisconsin election commission is the fact that these two voters should not have gone to court at all, they should have filed a complaint with the WEC, the Wisconsin election commission. In other words, you didn't come to us first. You went straight to court. And justice Rebecca Bradley goes, well, when you look at it, they did follow the rules and they have every right to go to court. And so the judge begins by knocking out these procedural objections that are made by the Democrats to prevent the case itself from being considered on the merits. And then justice Bradley turns to the statute, which is really clear. It basically says, Wisconsin statue says that the ballots shall be mailed by the elector or delivered in person to the municipal clerk issuing the ballot or ballots. So the statute is really clear. When you get your ballot, you can mail it back to the election office or you can go in person and give it to the municipal clerk issuing the ballot or ballots. Now, let's think of what the law doesn't say. Number one, it doesn't say that you can install all these drop boxes. And it doesn't say that you can give you a ballot to somebody else and tell them to go drop it off. It doesn't say either of those things. And so just as Bradley goes, drop boxes are a novel creation of executive branch officials, not the legislature. There's nothing in the law that allows for them. Now basically the Wisconsin election commission tried to say, well, there's nothing that allows for them, but there's nothing that prohibits them either. And the judge goes, that's not how it works. The law is telling you how the election should be done. You have to do that. You can invent new ways to conduct the election and just decide on your own that those are appropriate. So sorry, no Dropbox is a number two. Where does it say in the law that you can give you a ballot to other people? So this whole idea of ballot harvesting the again, justice Bradley goes that the statutes that identifies the site at which in person absentee voting may be accomplished either the office of the municipal clerk or the elector can mail the absentee ballot or deliver it in person. So you have two options. You can mail it or you can deliver it. But a it has to be you? And two, you can't use these mail in drop boxes because they're not provided for in the law. Now again, the court is not saying that the Wisconsin legislature can't pass a law and say, we're going to have mail in drop boxes. But you have to go through the legislative process to do that. Notice here how the court, which by the way, the left often presents as undermining democracy, the court is non democratic institution. And maybe an undemocratic institution, but what the court is doing here is respecting the democratic process. The rules of election are made at the state level. That's Wisconsin. And number two, they are made by the branch of government known as the legislature. They're not made by the executive branch. If you come back to a sort of civics one O one or a government class one O one, our government is divided into three branches. The legislature makes laws, including election laws. The executive carries them out. So the executive function is merely one of administration. Now, true, there's sometimes some administrative discretion, but the administrative discretion the court is saying does not extend to, coming up with novel schemes of voting. Any more than you can say by administrative discretion, we're going to have voting for four years. You can vote for the 2024 presidential election in Wisconsin right now. And even though it doesn't say anything like that in the law, we're just deciding based upon our discretionary authority that that's going to be allowed. No, who gave you the power to do that. Certainly not the legislature, so if your power doesn't come from the Wisconsin state constitution and it doesn't come from the legislature, let's just say it comes from nowhere, which is to say you don't have that kind of a power. And then in the kind of beautiful concluding peroration, justice Bradley basically goes if the right to vote is to have any meaning at all, elections must be conducted according to law, and then in a section that's freaking the left out. She basically shows talking about how Saddam Hussein was fraudulently elected and the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was elected with 100% of the vote, so she basically is saying we're becoming a third world country or a totalitarian country in using a masquerade of democracy, but not following actual democratic rules. This almost mirrors something I said at the very end of 2000 meals, and it's just, for me, delightful to read this opinion in its details and see justice Rebecca Bradley basically saying

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Bans Drop Boxes -- What Now?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court Bans Drop Boxes -- What Now?

"Wisconsin Supreme Court outlawed ballot mail in drop boxes. Not just in the 2022 and 2024 elections, but also said that they were illegal in 2020. And the case, I want to go into the case a little bit because it's really fascinating. First of all, it shows you how these things are fought out. It shows you how their reasoned out to come to a conclusion. So the case is two Wisconsin citizens, Richard Teigen and Richard Tom are suing who, the Wisconsin elections commission, which is supposed to be the neutral administrator of the elections, but also the democratic senatorial campaign committee intervening on behalf of the Wisconsin election commission and the Wisconsin faith voices for justice. Look how these left wing groups, they are in it with the Wisconsin election commission and finally the league of women voters of Wisconsin. So this is, this is the left. And notice that the left is a joined here with the people running the elections in Wisconsin. Now, the citizens basically say we have been injured because of these illegal ballot drop boxes that are not allowed under Wisconsin state law. Now, reading through the decision by justice Rebecca Bradley, by the way, an exquisitely composed opinion that is that goes through the counter arguments that are made by the Wisconsin election commission. And by the Democrats. So let's look at how they function here, because instead of fighting the merits of the case, the first thing that the Wisconsin Democrats do and the election commission is they say that these Wisconsin voters lack standing. In other words, the two of these two guys were not affected by the election outcome. They have no right to sue. Seems kind of crazy. They're voters in Wisconsin. How can they not be

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:01 min | 7 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" 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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Drop Boxes Are Illegal in Wisconsin, State's High Court Rules

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:22 min | 7 months ago

Drop Boxes Are Illegal in Wisconsin, State's High Court Rules

"The mules 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

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Jenna Ellis: Governor & State Secretary Elections Are so Important

The Dan Bongino Show

01:49 min | 7 months ago

Jenna Ellis: Governor & State Secretary Elections Are so Important

"For 2022 what is so important this November are the governors elections the Secretary of State election because those are the people who are going to administer the 2024 election and beyond And so what we saw in 2020 was a runaway executive branch that unilaterally changed the rules and the U.S. Constitution and also state law requires that it is only the state legislature that by statute creates the law for how elections are to be administered And so what happened in Wisconsin is this Wisconsin election commission just went out and created this rule that was completely arbitrary and completely a violation of state law against the will of the state legislature So we need to have people in every single branch The state legislature the executive and also the judiciary who understand that we are a nation of rules and not rulers so that we can minimize how all of the executive branching administration of the elections violate state law And that is not a part of the comic that is not whether you're Democrat Republican or anything in between Everyone should want elections to be administered But this is what the Democrats are just completely twisting I read an article in slate about this opinion and they're all mad because they go you know the Wisconsin Supreme Court is now saying that drop boxes which make it easier to access the ballot are illegal and they're trying to change election law I'm going wow wow wow that is not what happened with the Wisconsin Supreme Court did is recognize that only the state legislature can establish the law

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Jenna Ellis: Court Rules Wisconsin Ballot Drop Boxes Are Illegal

The Dan Bongino Show

01:42 min | 7 months ago

Jenna Ellis: Court Rules Wisconsin Ballot Drop Boxes Are Illegal

"Me of a couple of things Jen and number one you know voter fraud is very real problem And number two if we get the right people in charge we can start to fix it So what happened and why is this important Yeah this is a really significant case that the mainstream media refuses to cover and the Democrats of course are twisting completely because what really happened is that the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled four to three last Friday that absentee ballot drop boxes are illegal under Wisconsin law So this vindicates what the Trump campaign was arguing one of several things in November of 2020 and interestingly in one of the opinions by the court One of the justices actually said that and referenced Trump versus Biden in Wisconsin to say that the court should have addressed it back in November of 2020 And this is important Dan because what this did was show that the Wisconsin election commission a non legislative creature that was created out of the executive branch under the pretext of COVID put over 500 different unmanned drop boxes around the state illegally and every single ballot that was put into those drop boxes is by definition illegally cast So this has huge implications for the 2020 election and also moving forward for election integrity that those absentee ballot drop boxes are not allowed under Wisconsin law for elections moving forward

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:13 min | 7 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"A big win for our side in Wisconsin. I call it the 2000 mules effect. It's a kind of indication of the movie and the movie is being vindicated on multiple levels now, the go beyond law enforcement taking the next step. That does need to happen, that seems to be happening in a few places, notably Yuma, Arizona. But the movie has effects in other ways. It motivates Republican lawmakers to pass better voter integrity laws. It fires up the GOP base to get out and be active in the 2022 and later the 2024 election. And here we see it influences the way that court decisions come down. Of course the left has been for a long time saying, well, there's not a single court decision to vindicate what Trump said in 2020. And it's true that in the immediate aftermath of the election courts were kind of allergic, they were like, we don't see much here or you don't have standing, and so there was an almost wall of judicial resistance, but now is these cases make their way through the courts and the courts begin to look more closely, what actually happened. So we all know that before the 2020 election, there were major efforts to change the rules by the Democrats. Shop around for a judge over here, an activist over there, a sympathetic democratic Secretary of State over here, and they would decide. Even though the law says this, we're gonna be doing that, even though the law says no drop boxes, we're gonna put in drop boxes, even though the law says you don't send out ballots without being asked for, without a request for a ballot, let's just go ahead and do that anyway. Even though the law says signature matching, if your joycelyn Benson, the Secretary of State of Michigan, you're gonna send out a notice to the election official saying, listen, don't be too rigorous about doing the signature matching. So all these shenanigans going on. The unleash of the electoral playing field I would call it. And all of this created the sort of necessary basis for 2000 meals, because I mean think about it. If you're a mule running ballots, the truth of it is that's not going to work if there's careful signature

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:51 min | 7 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Being ordered to leave from two campgrounds where the washburn fire has burned more than 400 acres. A Republican congressman from Texas is planning to push a bill that would ban nearly all abortions across the entire country. Jody arrington's Bill does not make exceptions for rape or incest. He says the bill will likely be rolled out after the November elections when some are predicting a more conservative Congress. A motorcade carrying the body of former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe has arrived at his home in Tokyo, mourners have been gathering outside to pay their respects, flags are flying at half staff at The White House in his honor. The use of absentee ballot boxes is rejected by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, the ruling also requires only the actual person voting can return a ballot in that battleground state. The state's primary is August 9th. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. It's back, although of course it never left. All 5 boroughs of New York City are back in the CDC's high risk category for COVID community spread as of the agency's Friday update. The city's Department of Health says face masks are being recommended for everyone indoors and in public settings, regardless of their vaccination status. Employers continue to hire workers in June, though at a slower pace than earlier in the year. The Labor Department reported yesterday the U.S. economy added 372,000 jobs during the month. The unemployment rate held at 3.6%. Former treasury secretary Larry summers says this report means the Federal Reserve is still on track to raise interest rates further. I think that there's nothing here that should change somebody's mind in a major way about what monetary policy is going to need to need to do at the next meeting or at probably the meeting after the next meeting. Summers was interviewed on Bloomberg Wall Street week with David Westin. Amazon.com and the port authority of New York and New Jersey scrapped plans for a new air cargo facility at Newark liberty international airport, more from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini. So Santa back in August of 2021, Amazon's cargo airline launched plans to spend a $125 million to transform two existing buildings at the airport. But Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey residents opposed to the proposal said it would impact the surrounding communities that are already being affected. They said by air pollution and associated health related issues like asthma from airport and port emissions, opponents also noted the potential loss of high paying union jobs. Bloomberg, Pellegrini, global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

"Clear, still some high standing water in the district of southbound D.C. two 95 near Pennsylvania avenue also northbound in the third street tunnel near D street in the U.S. Senate. We had some flooding along the right side. The Rock creek Parkway alleged to be closed between Potomac freeway and K street as a result of some high standing water and canal road closed between M street and Arizona avenue for the down tree, follow police direction in order to get around there. Buy a new cooling and heating system from snow heating in there and save up to 1200 bucks, installed as soon as tomorrow, or it's free, book. It's now easy book dot com. Rob stallworth WTO traffic. Storm team four meteorologist Chad Merrill. Flood watches and warnings continue this morning. Pockets of heavy rain producing additional flooding temperatures steady in the 70s. Occasional showers, this afternoon with additional flash flooding temperatures in the 70s, rain ending from north to south remaining cloudy overnight near 70°, partly cloudy, less humid, pleasant, lower to mid 80s Sunday and Monday, warmer and more humid, mid 90s, Tuesday, showers and storms on Wednesday. I'm storm team four meteorologist, Chad Merrill. We are seeing rain continuing to fall in parts of the area looking at the radar right now if you are east of the district, odds are you're singing rain west of the district not so much right now, but we are seeing some heavier rain around the Waldorf area, the Annapolis area, look for rain to continue in spots throughout the day. If there's any flooding concerns that appear to be flash flooding concerns anything like that, we're going to break in and bring it to you right away. For now, just the threat of dangerous flooding and also some flooding on roadways that drivers need to be aware of, it's 72° in DuPont circle, 69 in Germantown, cloudy and 69° outside WTO studios at 7 41 on this rainy Saturday morning the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that absentee ballot drop boxes may be placed only in election offices

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:55 min | 7 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

"Break in and let you know right away. It's 5 41. The Biden administration is trying to help foreign makers of baby formula stay in the U.S. it's an effort to diversify the industry after the closure of the largest domestic plant sparked a nationwide baby formula shortage. The FDA will provide a way for producers, temporarily selling in the U.S. to meet existing requirements so they can stay here in the market. The idea is to provide consumers with more choices and make supplies more resilient against current and future shortages. The state Supreme Court in Wisconsin has ruled that absentee ballot drop boxes may be placed only in election offices and that no one other than the voter can return a ballot in person. The four three conservative majority ruled that the drop boxes were not allowed under state law. Written by the court's most conservative justice, the decision also disparaged election results coming from illegal voting practices, equating them to places such as Saddam Hussein's Iraq. I thought some of the allegations made by the justices and their opinions were outlandish and not really connected to facts on the ground. Political scientists Barry burden added that other states use drop boxes. Many where vote by mail is popular. That's W ISC reporter will cannily. Maryland's primary election is less than two weeks away, political leaders in the state are reacting after governor Larry Hogan directed Maryland state police to suspend the good and substantial reasons standard for obtaining a permit to carry a concealed handgun. Maryland Senate president Bill Ferguson, a Democrat, issued a statement saying more guns are not the answer to community safety and that in the next General Assembly session in Annapolis, lawmakers would work on measures to adhere to the Supreme Court ruling that strikes down concealed carry barriers while providing reasonable restrictions, but delegate Jason buckle, the Republican minority leader in the House was skeptical that any new restriction would be constitutional. Instead, he argued. We've got to start getting to root causes. The gun is not the root cause. It's the criminal. Kate Ryan, WTO P news. Coming up, rain continues throughout the day, bringing a constant threat of flooding. Hi, this is Kathy on your fried chicken from Northern Virginia. I've lived with MS for 28 years and a passionate about raising funds and awareness for the national MS society. I do this by leaving a family team of walkers each year for local walk MS by participating and working on our together for a cure luncheon and being involved in other MS related activities. Held by the national MS society. I do this so that they continue to provide funding for research and services to allow people like me to live their best lives possible. My greatest hope is to help in any way I can to move us closer to a cure. So no

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTOP

"At the wharf in Southwest D.C., national harbor and oxen hill also at 87, 86 in Sterling. And it's 5 40 on WTO. Former White House counsel, pat cipollone, is still testifying today behind closed doors before the January 6th House committee, which is also getting ready for two more public hearings next week. WTO's Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller, joining us live today on the hill. Pat cipollone first arrived for his testimony near the capitol at 9 this morning and while there's been a few breaks, he's now essentially been testifying for more than 8 hours. That suggests the committee is getting a fair amount of information from him. As former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson has testified, cipollone was involved in a lot of important conversations, including on January 6th, we know from her testimony, he essentially challenged former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to talk to former president Trump after it became clear the rioting mob was entering the capitol. It's also believed he warned administration officials about legal exposure if things got out of hand that day, which they clearly did, demetri and Sean. Well, Mitch, while we won't know exactly what cipollone said today, could we learn more maybe when public hearings are held next week? Absolutely. This testimony today has been videotaped just like depositions given by many other witnesses. And if I had to guess, we'll see a fair amount of his testimony on what could be the final hearing in prime time next Thursday. There will first be a hearing led in part on Tuesday by Maryland congressman Jamie Raskin, which will focus on actions of militia groups like the Proud Boys and the oath keepers and any ties they may have had to The White House. The founder of the oath keepers, by the way, Stuart Rhodes today made a last minute offer to testify, but only if he can do so in person. That one is in doubt, Rhodes is awaiting trial and seditious conspiracy charges as for cipollone. I think we'll see parts of his testimony from today next Thursday when the committee plans to focus on what was done and not done at The White House during those perilous hours when the capitol was under siege. Mitchell Miller live from Capitol Hill in other news this afternoon, Wisconsin, state Supreme Court has put severe limits on absentee ballot drop boxes. The conservative controlled court has ruled those drop boxes may be placed only in election offices. It also ruled no one other than the voter can return a ballot in person. Now the court did not decide on whether that rule applies to mail in ballots, Democrats argue the ruling will make it more difficult to vote. Republicans say it's a victory for voter integrity. The breaking news story of the hour, Elon Musk, the billionaire, is terminating his $44 billion deal to buy Twitter. This is according to a filing that he made with the Securities and Exchange Commission Friday. A lot of news outlets are reporting this, but legal experts are telling The Washington Post Musk may not be able to just walk away from the deal because of something he agreed to back in April. We'll continue to follow

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Wisconsin Supreme Court disallows absentee ballot drop boxes

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court disallows absentee ballot drop boxes

"Wisconsin Supreme Court has issued a ruling that could deal a blow to Democrats and upcoming elections absentee ballot drop boxes in Wisconsin may only be placed in election offices and ballots may only be brought in by the voter according to a ruling by that state's conservative controlled Supreme Court The popularity of absentee and mail in voting exploded during the pandemic at least 500 drop boxes were set up for the election in 2020 Wisconsin is a battleground state in 2016 Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton statewide by a little under 23,000 votes while Joe Biden beat Trump by an even slimmer margin Election officials had argued that drop boxes are safe secure and convenient but after Trump lost the state Republicans allege that drop boxes facilitated cheating and a conservative law firm sued the court had already barred drop boxes outside election clerk offices in February The Friday ruling eliminates places like libraries and grocery stores the decision sets the rules for Wisconsin's primary a month away on August 9th and the fall election I'm Jennifer King

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 Wisconsin court rules against transgender sex offender

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Wisconsin court rules against transgender sex offender

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled sex trafficking can be a defense for homicide The justices ruled a 2008 state line Wisconsin but absolves trafficking victims of criminal liability for any offenses committed as a direct result of being trafficked extend to first degree intentional homicide Crystal Kaiser is charged with murder The court says she must first provide evidence for a trial judge that her decision to kill Randall valar in 2018 was connected to being trafficked Kaiser contains she met vollard on a sex trafficking website Kaiser's attorneys had planned to invoke Wisconsin's immunity law at her trial but a county judge refused

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The Wisconsin Voter Fraud We're Not Talking About

The Larry Elder Show

01:08 min | 10 months ago

The Wisconsin Voter Fraud We're Not Talking About

"Hired by the Republicans in Wisconsin to examine the. Integrity of the 2020 election in the state of Wisconsin. His name is Michael gableman. He is a former chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. And he's done a couple reports. One of which we read extensively from. We've talked about, among other things, all these nursing homes in the state of Wisconsin, where there were 100%. Voting. Every single person in these nursing homes. Voted. Even though several of them hit guardians, so that if there were to be any vote, they have to go through The Guardian. And gael men sent one of his researchers to sit down with some of these people in nursing homes and interview them. And you can find the interviews. On YouTube. And they didn't know where they were. They certainly were not competent enough to vote. Yet they did. And a couple of them had their guardian right there,

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Gave a victory to the Republican control Wisconsin legislature tossing out a Wisconsin Supreme Court ruling that adopted state legislative voting maps crafted by the democratic governor In an unsigned order that justices said the Wisconsin court should have considered whether it could comply with the U.S. Voting Rights Act without adding a 7th majority black district and sent the state legislature maps back to the Wisconsin court Joining me is elections law expert Richard braff a professor at Columbia law school This out of Wisconsin redistricting process for the state legislature Lewis and legislature passed its own maps with the governor vetoed them There was then an impasse and the voters who were suffering from all abortion and since the government legislature basically asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court to draw new maps for the Wisconsin Supreme Court said no we're not good at drawing that You governor and you legislatures submit to us your best efforts and we will pick our major criterion is which map the parts least from the preexisting maps Obviously some departures necessary to deal with population changes but we are going to favor the map that otherwise has least changed from the preexisting maps the Wisconsin Supreme Court by about a four to three pick the governor's map It was not quite a partisan split There were three Democrats and one Republican in the majority of three or Republicans in the descent The thing that became controversial is that although the Wisconsin court said the governor's map did depart less from the preexisting maps in the legislatures The governor's map proposed 7 black majority assembly districts in the Milwaukee area this is for the legislature There are currently 6 the legislature's map at proposed basically 5 The governor's position was that due to the increased black share of the area population you needed an additional map in order for the black voters to receive their proportional share of representation And that failure to do so would probably be a violation of the Voting Rights Act and that intentionally doing so would not be a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment And in that you basically see the governor trying to sort of navigate this narrow space that says that voting maps that dilute minority voting strength violate the Voting Rights Act but that a state can not give excession to race in drawing maps even when they're trying to enhance an already representation So the governor's position which the Wisconsin Supreme Court by a four to three vote accepted was that this additional district was necessary to avoid a Voting Rights Act violation and therefore did not violate the Fourteenth Amendment So now let's talk about the U.S. Supreme Court Right The U.S. Supreme Court left in place the governor's congressional maps but threw out the governor's legislative maps Right And again for both the congressional and the legislative maps the state Supreme Court standard was give us one that's the closest to the map that was adopted ten years ago with appropriate adjustments for population change In both cases the state Supreme Court concluded that the governor's map did a better job of that Various parties challenged both of those decisions both to state legislative one and the congressional one The congressional law was challenged by various Republican members of Congress in the state The Supreme Court left that one alone but dismissed the challenge This was really a request for a stay So I think the discussion in the U.S. Supreme Court focused entirely on the assembly map for the lower house of the state legislature With the U.S. Supreme Court said was that the governor's decision which the state Supreme Court accepted that the Voting Rights Act required an additional black majority district in the Milwaukee area and that doing that wouldn't violate the Fourteenth Amendment The U.S. Supreme Court said the governor and the state Supreme Court neither of them did enough to show that that was correct They failed to show that the Voting Rights Act required this and therefore they failed to show that it didn't violate the Fourteenth Amendment and therefore they it affect vacated and remanded They reversed the decision to pick the assembly in the Senate maps and sent it back to the state Supreme Court for further analysis which could include keeping the governor's maps if there was additional evidence that showed that there was a strong Voting Rights Act requirement for the additional district But where the Supreme Court was the governor seemed to rely exclusively or almost exclusively on the need for proportionality given the black share of the area population and that that's not enough to satisfy a Voting Rights Act argument and therefore there was not a good Voting Rights Act defense to the challenge that this was excessively attentive to race in violation of the Fourteenth Amendment The court said the question that our Voting Rights Act precedents ask and the court failed to answer is whether a race neutral alternative that did not add a 7th majority black district would deny black voters equal political opportunity Is that what Supreme Court precedence called for because in descent justice Sonia Sotomayor joined by justice Elena Kagan called the decision unprecedented and extraordinary Yes It's unprecedented extraordinary several ways For one it's not a review as just a sort of major part of our concern with procedural in that this came up on a request for a stay They stay for an election that's about to happen The court had recently said normally the burden is on the challenger Okay rich hold that thought will continue with this conversation coming up next on Bloomberg law You're listening to Bloomberg The register for bet MGM using code I hard and.

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Suspected Voter Fraud in Wisconsin Nursing Homes

The Larry Elder Show

01:21 min | 11 months ago

Suspected Voter Fraud in Wisconsin Nursing Homes

"I said that there were nursing homes where 100% of the people in the nursing homes voted. Now we don't know for whom they voted. But there's also footage, video where the investigator for the Republicans in Wisconsin interviewed a bunch of people in nursing homes. I hear there are 8 videos. I haven't seen them, but 8 videos. Where people in nursing homes have no idea where they are, what they're doing, completely incoherent, yet supposedly they voted. And a 100% voted, and there are 92,000 people in nursing homes in Wisconsin. And Donald Trump lost Wisconsin by 51,000 votes. Now, as I said yesterday, The New York Times completely ripped the report from which I read yesterday, and they said the guy that started the investigation whose spearheading the investigation, the former chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, by the way. Used to work in the Trump administration, the office of personnel, that he's been pushing conspiracy theories. Well, maybe he is. But please explain to me how you have 100% of people voting in those nursing homes. It explained to me these videos where nursing home, residents, are speaking, and it is obvious that they did not have the ability to vote.

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Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 11 months ago

Justices to weigh if trafficking defense applies to homicide

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court considers whether a woman can argue she legally killed the man under a law that absolves sex trafficking victims of their crimes prosecutors say crystal Kaiser shot Randy will Laura in the head that is good no show home and burned it down and stole his BMW in twenty eighteen she was seventeen Kaiser says she met him on a sex trafficking website and he sexually abused her and sold her to others her attorneys want to argue at trial because his actions were legal under the state law a lower court judge ruled immunity only includes trafficking related charges like restraining someone extortion or slave labor and extending that to a homicide would be absurd I'm Julie Walker

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Left Wing Professors, Wisconsin Justices Raised Questions About 2020 Election

The Larry Elder Show

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Left Wing Professors, Wisconsin Justices Raised Questions About 2020 Election

"Meanwhile, you have two left wing professors I mentioned this before, Jonathan turley, Alan Dershowitz, both said there were so many shenanigans in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania. And using COVID to change rules altered regulations, quasi legally, if not illegally, and they felt that the lawsuit that Donald Trump filed overturned Pennsylvania should be taken up by the Supreme Court would be taken up by the Supreme Court and that Donald Trump would win it. Well, the Supreme Court did not take it up. But these two professors, both of whom, by the way, voted twice for Obama thought they would. Then this Wisconsin. Donald Trump follow lawsuit overturn Wisconsin. When all the way up to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, they voted four to three not to take it up. But there were three dissenters, including the chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. She talked about the ballot boxes dropboxes all their stuff that they did that she thought was problematic. And she said, we should take it up.

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Students There is parental choice is in fact constitutional under the Wisconsin Supreme Court and the United States The Wisconsin constitution in the United States Constitution People talk about school choice today Well when this was litigated there was almost no school choice and the issue was whether or not the way could be paid for school choice And so you're listening to somebody who was associated in is with a group called landmark legal foundation And it's fantastic president now Pete hutchison who was involved in the litigation who helped pay that way who helped pay that way for America So now people talk about school choices as civil rights If we had not one school choice would not even be on the table If I told you that mister producer there'd be no school choice So kudos to landmark and the other groups of participated in that as well Because it's the only way to save our children This is a corrupt monopoly Our schools obviously do not exist for our children They exist for the school boards the superintendents the educational bureaucrats and mostly the teachers unions That's where the money goes You heard Terry mcauliffe I mean nationwide even though he's a buffoon running for governor Virginia This guy has been on the national Democrat party scene forever Remember he was head of the DNC.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Governor Can't Limit Capacity at Businesses

Bob Sirott

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Governor Can't Limit Capacity at Businesses

"Breaking news from Wisconsin this morning, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled. That Governor Tony Evers administration did not have the authority to issue capacity limits on bars, restaurants and other businesses without approval of the Legislature, a ruling that comes two weeks after the Republican controlled court struck down the state's mask mandate. Legislature in Wisconsin, is also controlled by Republicans. Evers is a Democrat.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

Joe Pags

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"Court today striking down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate, saying the Democrat overstepped his authority. The court says the governor needs legislative approval to extend the mask order. The GOP majority Legislature voted in February to repeal the mandate, which Evers extended. Doctors, nurses, school administrators, unions and others opposed the reversal of a state mask requirement. Fox is going all

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

WTMJ Nights

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"Today's 43 ruling says Governor Evers exceeded his authority by issuing the order this after Republicans in the Legislature voted to repeal the mask mandate on Lee to have the governor quickly reissue it. The court ruling that any public health emergency issued by the governor is valid for only 60 days. And can't be extended without legislative approval. Nearly 60 organizations, including groups representing hospitals, doctors and nurses opposed striking down the mask

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"True. Workers wouldn't be true of grade school students, too. You would think At that point that he made about the meetings. You know a lot of feedback. I'm getting people on a number of these things. Sort of the comments that I've heard from people a lot mark. You should comment on these little meetings that companies are making people go to their brutal And thinking that threw up I'm just trying to imagine if we had like a zoo mating here for all the audio people and so on. Gotta be longer. People are meeting in person. You could just sense the impatience that people want to get back to what they're doing. What, everybody You're sitting at home and somebody's prattling on. I think normally If somebody's talking in a meeting, you generally keep your comments short because you can hear what you could see what people's minds are wandering of People who study to chatter. But when you're holding court in a zoo meeting, you might talk for five or 10 or 15 minutes. God, I didn't have to go to any of those things. Would have just checked out and not bet on there. Except I think most of the zoo meetings after you. They see your face. Is that whether or not you're there or not, right? You could wear your audio, but they see if you're there, so I couldn't just like walk away and come back 45 minutes when somebody like you was that yapping about something or another Yeah, they have d chair. Oh, all right. The Wisconsin Supreme Court did today finally issue its long awaited ruling. On the various emergency orders issued by Tony Evers. I think there's a little bit of confusion over this ruling and the earlier ruling striking down His mask rule. This question was the more important one. It has to do with whether or not the governor can issue repeated executive orders, even after an earlier order expired or was turned down. And the state Supreme Court 4 to 3 with Brian Hagen on writing the opinion and casting the deciding vote. Said that he does not have the legal authority to do it. The way liberals want to argue. This may be the way conservatives want to argue this. They want to argue whether or not we should have a mass band aid. That's not the question here. The question is whether or not the authority given to the governor the issue emergency orders is unending. I think the court ruling today was clearly right. But there's problems with it. Why is it clearly right? Let's start with that. The law that gives the governor of Wisconsin Emergency Authority was created by definition for emergency. When both of us think of what the word emergency means we think of a short term catastrophe. We don't think of a long standing permanent problem. I think the overbuilt University Wisconsin system is a problem, but it's not an emergency because the problems that in place for 25 years longer than that The problem of chronic drug abuse isn't an emergency. It's a longstanding problem that's been there for a long, long time may be getting worse. When we think of emergency. I think we're referring to Flood. Are 22 rips through a community and does massive damage. Rioting and insurrection. We're over two or three days the city may be burned to the ground. Those things to me, constitute emergency and the reason that the law has been created to give the governor emergency authority is when you have something like this. You can't wait to bring the Legislature in a session. Hold committee hearings. You need somebody the issue an order right now that takes effect within three minutes. That's not what covert Woz The way we pass laws of the state of Wisconsin is The Legislature has to pass a bill to the Assembly and the Senate and identical form and the governor of the signs of vetoes it The reason our system is set up that way is so that we don't have dictatorial power from anyone. We were discussing on the program yesterday. The longstanding rationale for the 60 vote requirement. The filibuster rule that the Democrats may now get rid of In Wisconsin. There's the same premise. But if we're going to pass the law that regulates the conduct of the people of Wisconsin, there has to be a broad consensus. The assembly asked, agree to do it the Senate s degree to do it and the governor has degraded do it. But we've made the exception for an emergency. Hold. It wasn't an emergency call that is a long term problem. What would be an emergency? If you had a health situation in which Some sort of poisoning occurred or some unbelievably Contagious disease comes out and At 400,000 cases in two days and you need to make it instantaneous action. And there's not enough time to bring the Legislature in. That would be an emergency. What you had with Evers is he wanted to put restrictions of place that the Legislature didn't agree with. So he used this emergency authority to get around the fact that he didn't have support to actually pass a law. So he issues a mask mandate. The Supreme Court strikes it down because the Legislature didn't approve it, and he goes and issues that other one Well, if that's all you have to do is issue another identical order. The moment that the last lead expires. You have permanent authority to issue emergency orders, meaning there's no need for a legislature. We just have a dictatorship. So I think the court ruling here is correct. That emergency authority can only be over the short term. Still, the three liberals disagreed. And as we now know, with regard to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, all cases that decided on the basis of which way Hagedorn goes. Head adorned Ran is a conservative, but it's often sided with the liberals. In this instance, he sided with the conservatives and wrote the opinion. And to paraphrase hag adorns opinion, he said here. The question isn't whether or not even his order is correct. The question is whether or not even has the legal authority to do it, and Hagedorn says he doesn't have the legal authority to do it. So this ends the statewide emergency orders that Evers has been issuing under coated. Because the state Supreme Court.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court has knocked down the governor's mask mandate the court says this isn't a question of what's wise it's a question of what's lawful by one vote the court struck down democratic governor Tony Evers state wide mask mandate ruling that he exceeded his authority by issuing the order again and again the governor argued that he can do this because of the changing nature of the ongoing pandemic what happens now it'll be up to local government units to decide mask policies in their own areas nearly sixty organizations wanted to keep the statewide mask mandate in place they represented hospitals doctors nurses dentists EMTs firefighters schools and churches among others I'm ready to fall away

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Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes mask mandate

Mark and Melynda

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes mask mandate

"Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate ruling for three he exceeded his authority and needs legislative approval to extend a public health emergency action for more than 60 days. The mass quarter first took effect in August, and the governor extended it four times. Since then, he's a Democrat. The court is controlled by

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:08 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Frigid morning. Yeah. So we're up to 10 here at Radio City and on if it's gonna get much higher than that, of course, below zero windshield, So stay warm. Stay in if you if you can and Don't risk your life by driving around for no reason. All right, gentlemen, we have to go to Madison too. And I'm a go with you first. Colin. Obviously a constitutional issue with these orders from the governor, but This back and forth back and forth. They look like My word fools. Yeah. In some ways, this is more of the same. We've had divided government now for two years. They haven't gotten along very well. But I think the issue that the Legislature has identified is a good one. And a really important one. I know people just want to have good outcomes. I know people. Some people just want a mask mandate or don't wanna mask mandates. But what the governor did yesterday in the face of a legislative vote is he provoked a constitutional crisis. Democrats have chided Republicans for weeks. And months and said, If you don't like the emergencies, you can take a vote, and this was even argued before the state Supreme Court by the state's attorney, They said, Well, the Legislature could take a boat. Well, they voted. And even just issued another emergency right in their face. I think this is wrong. I know people don't tend to care about process. But this is bad for our system is going to create a terrible precedent. So I'm hopeful that the Supreme Court steps in and acts let me before Dan jumps. I just wanna go back to you count, so I understand that the process side the constitutional argument. Clearly it's an overstepping overreach and probably will end up in Wisconsin Supreme Court. But here's the thing, Robert, speaking around, boss said yesterday. Wisconsinites don't support a mass mandate. Well, most of the polling suggests they do it in the 60 to 70% range That's on its face is is false. But to the Legislature could do on its own. Many of the things that governor's asking their choosing not to. I think that's that's something we need to talk about that you're very they legal way to do in Africa mandate. There's a couple of legal ways one the Legislature could vote on it The other way is that the governor Governor Evers could do Rulemaking, which is another part of regular order. He could send the rules even issue a rule have a sense of the Legislature, where they have oversight and can mark it up. He has done neither of those things. So I do think. Yes, there's partisan politics that play. Yes, there's polarization that play. Yes, these guys don't get along, but the process does matter. And we need to stand up for the process of doing these things legally. All right, Dan, and I know you've been waiting to jump into this. What do you think? Well, sometimes process doesn't matter. But not in an emergency, You know? Listen, the GOP since February when when this crisis was Developing, basically threw their hands up and wanted to have their cake and eat it, too. They wanted to say, Hey, these shutdowns and mass mandates and all this stuff that we're doing to combat the virus. They're wrong because they infringe on our liberty. And then it's crickets. When when you ask, Okay, well, what's your plan, and they don't want to have a plan because they know within a certain percentage of healthy percentage of their Voters. They don't you know, there's there's covert deniers. Still, there's people who will, you know, put this this vague idea of liberty before any type of substantive. Health measure, and they've just decided that it's not politically feasible to put forward a plan. So in this vacuum Governor Evers was just saying, Hey, let's do the very obvious This is this is, you know, bare minimum. We should be wearing masks in public, and that's what this is. It's a chip shot. It should be a political chip shot. Or the GOP just to go along with On and they just refused to do anything in good faith. So you know he's done this. This is extended these emergency orders. I'm not to, uh, you know, happy that he's doing it. Contrary to what I think is is the statutory language which is pretty clear. He's a leader, acting in a leadership vacuum, and until the GOP steps up and gives some type of plan and actually gets to the negotiating table and acts in good faith, But what the hell else is he going to do? Well, Daniel, the attorney in the room, So where does this this is going with Scott Supreme Court? Any idea what, what they will say? Well, they just say, Look, stop doing this. Stop issuing these orders or will be something different. Yeah, well, at this point, you know it's it is what it is, Like any law. It's just, you know, paper until somebody enforces it. So if someone is prosecuted, or, uh, you know, their business is fined for violating this new order. Well, that would be the proper mechanism to go in and say, Well, this was Um, unconstitutional or against the statutes. But you know that largely this thing is persuasive power. It's basically the governor saying. Come on, guys. You know where your masks the vaccine is coming. The numbers are finally dropping from our January peak. Let's let's go through the end zone and beat the virus on and it's the recalcitrance of the Republicans is just amazing to me, Colin, New order and now in place what's going to play on the next week or so. Well, I mean, we're the Legislature is gonna throw their hands up and say, OK, Supreme Court, You have to decide this and and to be clear. This already is before the state Supreme Court there were or large mints back in November. They have had this in their court. And have been deliberating and a decision could drop it any moment. To be honest, So I assume the Legislature and others may take some action to file some petitions. To urge the court to act in light of this new development, But this is before the Supreme Court there needs there doesn't need to be a new lawsuit. Then before we go to break Does this demonstrate the government? Tony Evers is not really providing the leadership. We need this because in some ways this back and forth is Reflects poorly on any leader..

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That was a 4 to 3 decision on the Wisconsin Supreme Court on the Supreme Court of Wisconsin that said that the secretary of state who were dead, a Democrat. And the governor ever. She was a Democrat had the right to do that. He even though the Constitution said, You can't change the way people vote except through the state Legislature, so at no point Has there been an objective trial? As to these allegations, they simply were bounced out of court. May I use the term on technicalities? And Stephanopoulos would say why even the U. S supreme goal. I said it beginning about I don't know. November the 10th Guess what The federal judges are never going to interfere, overturn a national election. That will never happen. They're going to be like matadors in the bullring in Mexico City. They're going to take a Texas El Paso. And they would never, ever overturn what Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia was going to do. So it's incumbent now on those states legislators to exert their constitutional authority or we're basically done. Of absentee balloting is the rule in the future, and the Democrats want to make that the rule in the future through the reconciliation process without overturning the filibuster, and that state lawmakers no longer set the rules. Then the Republicans will not win another election this century, and we have what 79 years to go. It won't happen. It is incumbent upon the legislators or Republicans in Wisconsin and Michigan and Pennsylvania and Georgia. You might want to get a hold of frankly rose in Ohio to find out how it's done here. Cause we have absentee voting here for like 28 days in person absentee. We got all that. But there's seven or eight requirements to make sure the person actually sending in the ballot is the person who signed it was requirements. Those other states were allowed because of covert to have slipshod rules and that we don't know. And if those states do not exert themselves then we're done because I'm I'm gonna have Wayne Allyn root on later on, but I'm confident not Nevada is done. Arizona is done. New Mexico's done. Of course, California has done so if we're gonna have a functional ballot in the future, we must identify those who voted. It's got to be legitimate. So let's continue. Awesome. Florida, Canada. Winston Salem, North Carolina, Allentown. I also want to point out the passing of Larry King and I have a Mount Rushmore of radio. Number one is Paul Harvey. Good day. Number two is Rush Limbaugh. Oh. Number three was Larry King. Number four. I'm not sure. I'm thinking about talk Radio Mount Rushmore. I'm not sure. Maybe Sean had any. Maybe you're Arthur Godfrey. I'm not sure who I know. The three are and one of them's Larry King was in this business directly and indirectly for over 60 years and did a great job. Let's continue with more 23 minutes after the hour. We have two lines open now. 8666477337 bill coming in the great American with you every Sunday night. The home of the Blackhawks. This is W g. N Would you get out an airplane? If you knew it had a 50% chance of crashing? You may be riding that plane right now, If you have your money in a 41, K or IRA, and you plan to take out the recommended percentage each year when you retire, your chance of running out of money is 50% 50%. But there's a better and safer way to secure your income in retirement Discover how in a free book called Rescue Your Retirement. This wealth building strategy has never had a losing year in more than a century. In fact, even the man And who invented the 401. K now prefers this method..

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on KTOK

"It goes on and on, and I haven't spoken yet about the sing about the single sex sports that are coming. There was a decision by the U. S. Supreme Court. The Gorsuch ruled in favor of that says that sexual orientation and transgender ism is now part of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. So that means if you have a daughter Who wants to participate and soccer some other female sport. If someone identifies as a female, hardly any female identifies a male to play. Male sports is going to become more difficult. Now that is not in the same category of the mass of lawlessness we see happening on the southern border and destroying hundreds of thousands of jobs and costing billions and billions of dollars. But it's important to those who have Children who want to participate within their own sex. Men and women until they get to be 9 10 11 years old. Maybe could do that after that, because things kick in. It isn't about genitalia. It's about the strength of one's hands and arms and lung capacity and heart strength. Martina, not Navratilova understands that and he's talked about it. And she's under attack for saying there needs to be separate women and male sports. That's not a national issue of great note. But it's important if you have a child who wants to participate in that regard. So instead of calming things down Joe Biden and his acolytes are speeding things up. It's incredible to watch. Plus, he's going to reinstate the covert travel rules supposedly Muslim countries, which never did exist. It was terrorist countries not Muslim, and he wants to add more to the list. Now we can't come in because covert 19 and then today once again, I want some of the coverage that Debra Berks and Anthony Fauci They're going to go back in time and punish Dr Deborah Burkes for not speaking out more forthrightly when Trump was holding his news conferences there, go after Deborah Burke's, but they won't go after Anthony Fauci, who's a hero. To the radical left. And so be careful for what you wish you're getting exactly what what many of us that was going to transpire and this whole issue whether the election was fragile under stolen or not, doesn't matter at this point. Biden is the president and I hope he's the president the next four years. Hope you can actually stay in the office and do the job because his mental acuity is seriously and shape Normally, when a president appears And speaks about some announcement. You don't need a teleprompter to read from when you're introducing one or two people are announcing some sort of a policy. Not even Obama did that He could go go in and now so what he was going to do and leave. Biden is so scripted. He's not yet to appear in public without a teleprompter written by someone else telling him what to say. Ronald Reagan was given a hard time the last two or three years of his presidency. The media did story after story about Ronald Reagan losing some mental acuity. I'm waiting for the first few stories about Joe Biden losing mental acuity and not being the same person. He even looks differently than you look for five years ago, and Kamila Harris is waiting in the wings. She is to the left of Bernie Sanders, and that's what's coming to this country. So, uh, let's do our best. Gonna be difficulty every now and then. I can't believe the country did what it did. And there was no independent factual determination. Whether the charges made in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia were actually factually accurate or not All the rulings of the 60 lawsuits were on, shall we say, latches, air standing issues. They weren't on the substance, the matter and in Wisconsin when Rand Paul tried to say this morning, there were tens of thousands of votes counted that had a signature and no address. It was shouted down by George Stephanopoulos. That was a 4 to 3 decision on the Wisconsin Supreme Court on the Supreme Court of Wisconsin. That said that the secretary of state who would have a Democrat and the governor ever saw was a Democrat had the right to do that. He even though the Constitution said You can't change the way people vote except through the state Legislature, so at no point Has there been an objective trial? As to these allegations, they simply were bounced out of court. May I use the term on technicalities and stuff? Annapolis would say, Why even the U. S supreme goal. I said it beginning about I don't know. In November the 10th guess what? The federal judges are never going to interfere, overturn a national election that will never happen. They're going to be like matadors in the bullring in Mexico City. They're going to take a Texas El Paso and they would never, ever overturn what Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Georgia was going to do. So it's incumbent now. On those states legislators to exert their constitutional authority or we're basically done. Of absentee ballot is the rule in the future, and the Democrats want to make that the rule in the future through the reconciliation process without overturning the filibuster. And that state lawmakers no longer set the rules. Then the Republicans will not win another election this century, and we have what 79 years to go. It won't happen. It is incumbent upon the legislators are Republicans and Wisconsin and Michigan and Pennsylvania and Georgia. You might want to get hold of, frankly, Rose. And Ohio to find out how it's done here because we have absentee voting here for like 28 days in person, absentee. We got all that. But there's seven or eight requirements to make sure the person actually sending in the ballot is the person who signed it. There's requirements. Those other states were allowed because of covert to have slipped shot rules and that we don't know. And if those states do not exert themselves then we're done because I'm I'm gonna have weight on the route on later on, but I'm confident not Nevada is done. Arizona is done. New Mexico is done. Of course, California has done so if we're gonna have a functional ballot in the future, we must identify those who vote and it's got to be legitimate. Let's continue..

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"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"wisconsin supreme court" Discussed on 600 WREC

"I have news for you, buddy. There's no more free elections because if we allow this to happen, 2016 was the last three election this country ever had the end of the day. And I think Ted Cruz was leading up to all of this is that the problem is If you change Woz, ignore laws ignore state constitutions. If you ignore irregularities if you don't want to hear from real whistle blowers. Then. It's going to happen. I'll quote the chief justice of the Wisconsin Supreme Court. Unless you have the courage to deal with what the law is. This is not going to stop happening. So we still we have so many issues that have been now discovered that do need to be fixed. If we want free, fair, honest elections that people have confidence in and they're integrity's is there and that's that, at the end of the day is where we're headed. Um, I don't know how you know there's a simple answer, and that is to follow the law follow the Constitution followed the process. And at the end of the day, then you know you let the chips fall where they will. I've been at this 33 years. Rose tenant. You have been far behind me. You're much younger, though. And and all these years, you know, Listen, I've had election cycles I love and some I don't like, But guess what? You just keep moving forward. The fight for liberty and freedom never ends right? All right, Bruce. Thank you. Stay safe. John Solomon. Thank you. Please stay safe. 809 41 Sean toll free telephone number. We'll check in in the capital that we go over to standing by to check in with us Hey sensitive personal medical data as recently been exposed, especially the security attacks. Cyber security attacks on pharmaceutical workers. Specially with more people working from home. It's coincided with the targeting of smartphones tablets of people working in pharmaceuticals. And you got these fishing these malware attacks every day. We're all putting our information at risk on the Internet. Your good name your reputation. Your finances your retirement. Your bank account a role at risk..

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Trump asks Supreme Court to set aside Wisconsin's election

Bloomberg Surveillance

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Trump asks Supreme Court to set aside Wisconsin's election

"President Donald Trump is asking the U. S. Supreme Court for an expedited review of the Wisconsin decision that allowed 50,000 absentee ballots to be counted. In another long shot challenged that Joe Biden's victory in November's election. Wisconsin Supreme Court rejected the case.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Trump camp's bid to toss ballots

C-SPAN Programming

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court rejects Trump camp's bid to toss ballots

"The latest legal challenge from President Trump's campaign seeking to overturn Joe Biden's victory and that state the high court their ruling 4 to 3. The Trump campaign failed to show that more than 220,000 votes were illegally cast and should be invalidated. Biden won Wisconsin by about 20,600 votes. That's a margin of 0.6%.

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