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On Nov. 2 This Mysterious New Yorker Was Allegedly in a WI Ballot Room with 5 Keys to the Facility - Guess Who He Worked For

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Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg poured hundreds of millions of dollars into the 2020 presidential election. Much of the money went to battleground states, and one of those states was Wisconsin.

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“In Wisconsin, you had them putting their own personnel in to actually run the election in places,” former Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli said in the film.


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Wisconsin Assemblywoman Janel Brandtjen made the same accusation.

“What we do know is Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein on Election Day was in the counting room in the KI Center in Green Bay, [Wisconsin],” she said.

This man’s background makes his alleged presence in a Wisconsin counting room very questionable.

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Is this man's alleged presence in a Wisconsin counting room concerning?

In the film, former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman said Spitzer-Rubenstein was not a resident of Wisconsin. Instead, Gableman said he hailed from Brooklyn, New York.

Spitzer-Rubenstein was allegedly in Wisconsin as part of a more than $1 million grant from the Center for Tech and Civic Life, the organization that Zuckerberg funded to help run elections.

“He is a very active partisan Democrat, and he came here and he became the de facto conduit between all of the Zuckerberg money and seeing to the enforcement of all of the obligations in the Zuckerberg contract,” Gableman said.

Yet according to Brandtjen, Spitzer-Rubenstein was not forthcoming about his actual identity.

“He actually was the one on Election Day that had a tag that said he worked for the city of Green Bay,” Brandtjen said. “He never did.”

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That was not even the most shocking allegation Brandtjen made. She followed it up with another claim that, if true, would be one of the biggest bombshells in the entire film.

“Here’s a guy from New York, in the counting room, with five out of the six keys to the facility,” she said. “It’s on the contract from the KI Center: A guy from New York has access to the machinery and the ballots on the day before the election.”

If a non-resident of Wisconsin was truly walking around during election week with keys to an election facility and access to ballots and voting machines, it is hard to imagine a more damming piece of evidence of a rigged election.

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This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.

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