Those accused of tampering with the 2020 election are feeling the heat as the ability to deny and delay decreases with each day. On Wednesday, a Wisconsin Judge held State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos in contempt of court for failing to produce requested emails and text messages related to a 2020 election investigation.
DCWeekly reports that “Democrats are trying desperately to deflect attention away from the results on the audit and focus instead on attacking the integrity of Retired Justice Gableman and Speaker Robin Vos.”
Last week, Gableman released the results of his months-long investigation. He noted that multiple unlawful acts occurred during the 2020 presidential election and called for the decertification of the State’s election results.
Attacks on Gableman and Speaker Vos escalated recently as the anti-Trump activist group, American Oversight, filed a complaint seeking emails and text messages between Gableman and Voss.
The complaint was heard by Judge Bailey-Rihn, who ordered Vos to turn over the records. Vos did not comply.
On Wednesday, WISN.com reported that Judge Bailey-Rihn is holding Speaker Vos in contempt of court for failing to turn over requested records.
Bailey-Rihn wrote that Vos and the Assembly “have chosen to willfully violate a court order and are held in contempt.”
The ruling stated “That testimony revealed a collective and abject disregard for the Court’s order: Robin Vos had delegated the search for contractors’ records to an employee who did nothing more than send one vague email to one contractor.”
Judge Bailey-Rihn ordered Vos and the Assembly to submit the requested records within 14 days or risk paying fees of $1,000 per day, in addition to legal fees claimed by American Oversight.
According to The Epoch Times, last week, Vos’ attorney. Ronald Stadler, told Judge Bailey-Rihn “the work to retrieve Vos’s emails from his legislative account was ongoing and he would need up to two weeks to review whatever is found.”
Stadler also said he had an expert witness ready to “testify that deleted text messages could not be recovered.”
Wisconsin is one of at least six states with open investigations into alleged 2020 election fraud—the other states being Georgia, Michigan, Texas, Arizona, and Pennsylvania.
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