WI Speaker Vos Says Justice Gableman Will Turn in Status Report on Election Fraud Investigation by End of Month – Says Overturning 2020 Election Impossible and Unconstitutional

Wisconsin Speaker Robin Vos joined Jay Weber on The Jay Weber Show on Friday to discuss the ongoing special investigation by retired Justice Mike Gableman in Wisconsin.

Speaker Vos said he expects to see a status report from Justice Gableman by the end of the month.

Vos also took questions and told the Jay Weber audience that overturning the fraudulent 2020 election would be both impossible and unconstitutional.

Via The Center Square.

The investigation into Wisconsin’s 2020 presidential election could drag on for months, but lawmakers are anticipated to see a report and will start voting on election reforms within a matter of days.

Assembly Speaker Robin Vos told News Talk 1130’s Jay Weber on Friday that he expects to see a status report from special investigator Mike Gableman by the end of the month.

“I believe, prior to the end of February, Justice Gableman will have his report,” Vos said Friday morning. “Now, just because he issues his report doesn’t mean he’s done. We still have subpoenas out there, we still have lawsuits that have been filed by the Left. It’s not going to end until we go through this entire process and the legislature maintains its subpoena power, and we can do these kinds of things.”

Speaker Vos told the Jay Weber audience that overturning the election was both impossible and unconstitutional.

He really does not believe there was any fraud.

Robin Vos must go.

Vos was on the Jay Weber Show on WISN 1190 AM this morning.

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