The great Trump conspiracy: Who rented the room?

Was coffee provided?

As a conspiracy theory, it’s up there with the Grassy Knoll. Ten Republicans met in the State Capitol on 12-14-20 to throw Wisconsin’s electoral votes to the defeated Donald Trump, thereby forcing Mike Pence’s hand on that fateful day. Awaiting the Vice President on January 6, 2,000 insurrectionists were prepared to bolster the Vice President’s courage “to do the right thing” or hang him if not. 

Like Virgil Solozzo told Michael Corleone at the restaurant, “You give me too much credit, kid. I’m not that clever.”

The U.S. House Committee investigating the January 6 insurrection wants to talk to a couple of Wisconsin’s would-be electors, one of them being past state Republican chairman Andrew Hitt. In contrast to the likes of Steve Bannon, Appleton attorney Hitt is more than willing to “participate in this process to clarify any confusion that may exist.” 

Wisconsin Republicans met as provisional electors in the wake of seven lawsuits filed the preceding weeks challenging the outcome of the presidential election. In one of them, the WI Supreme Court did not rule until the very day that the Republican electors met in Madison. Only weeks later did a federal appeals court deny another Trump challenge.

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Hitt told the WI State Journal “The Wisconsin electors were simply following the guidance of legal counsel to preserve the on-going Wisconsin legal strategy.” December 14 was the day electors from the 50 states were required to meet. In six other states Biden won, Republicans also cast electoral votes — giving rise to the conspiracy theory.

Not good enough for WI State Sen. Chris Larson, D-Milwaukee. He was all over Rachel Maddow’s MSNBC show this past week braying for the head of U.S. Rep. Scott Fitzgerald, R-WI. Seems Fitzgerald, then the leader of the state senate, may have reserved the room for the 10 Republicans. Extra! Extra! The partisan Democrat brays. Read allaboudit!

“Open records regarding Wisconsin’s fake electors suggest Congressman Scott Fitzgerald played significant role in trying to overturn a free and fair election.” 

How significant? Larson says Fitzgerald … may have … reserved … the room. Speculation that billowed Rachel’s sails. Which she needed after her Russian collusion hoax crashed and burned.  True, Fitzgerald raised objections to the official certification; he was one of 147. But then, so did Jamie Raskin and Pramila Jayapal object to Trump’s victory four years earlier. (Read & Weep)

Blaska’s Bottom LineNo word from Sen. Larson on any legislative staffers who may have brought coffee to the conspirators. 

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A faceless lab coat here at the Werkes notices that at every mention of Michael Gableman, the WI State Journal spits out this clause: “… at a cost of $676,000 in taxpayer money.”

Fair is fair. Could our favorite Madison morning daily newspaper also give the same treatment to the Police Civilian Oversight Board? “… at a cost of $451,000 in taxpayer money.”

Since its creation 15 months ago, it has managed to accomplish but two things: determine its pronouns and offer a job to a man found guilty of discrimination

Who cut the cheese?

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6 Responses to The great Trump conspiracy: Who rented the room?

  1. This is another one of the Democrats accusation of criminal activity narratives painting Republicans as criminals with no actual evidence to support their accusations so they can try to justify another dead end investigation to look for a crime. Typical public smear and another unsupportable witch hunt.

    The political left and its Pravda like media outlets have shown a pattern of false propaganda and lies in their narratives so many times since 2016 that it’s beyond me why anyone would accept any narrative that the political left and their lapdog media push.


    • richard lesiak says:

      They wrote, signed and mailed fake paperwork to a Federal Judge. There’s your evidence. Isn’t Gableman doing a witch hunt. At our expense?


  2. sentient7 says:

    As a public service, stop with all the metaphors, speculative mythology, tribal slanders, and a library of false innuendos. Your inaccurate ad hominems serve no useful purpose to those of us who take voting and vote-counting, seriously.
    Present a clear and compelling case about what we know about the past election in just one state. Provide links for the skeptical folks. Show how electronic ballot counters can/cannot be repaired, adjusted, or certified as “un-corruptible.” Expose the complete train of actions of vote tabulation in large districts. Show how the chain of ballot security is “never” broken and how it is impossible to change the vote tally at any point. Explain how all voters and their respective ballots are certified as accurate. Explain how dead people cannot vote.

    Why have the Democrats repeatedly failed to welcome transparency? Why have they opposed objective analysis of the voting process?


    • richard lesiak says:

      I totally agree. Stop the smoke-screen BS and get to the facts. They drafted fake elector paperwork. Signed and sent the papers to the US Senate and a federal judge. This was AFTER the State Supreme court ruled a Biden win. Two days later they mailed the false paperwork to the National Archives. This was all done under the “guidance of legal counsel” who was never revealed. WILL??? Trump lost every lawsuit and yet we are paying Gableman to search for the Lost Ark. “Preserve an ongoing legal strategy”? What exactly would that be? When all else fails bring in Maddow’s name, Russians, Big Bird and pizza. That will make it all go away fast.

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  3. Balboa says:

    Bring on the Comet……George Carlin


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