Wisconsin Takes Action gave instructions to log in to a live training session on Zoom in Wisconsin, where they then repeatedly contacted them to ensure that they vote for liberal candidate Janet Protasiewicz, which is a massive election bribery scheme.
It starts with a text from a random number and an offer that sounds too good to be true.
“Hi! It’s Wisconsin Takes Action,” the mysterious texter begins. We are helping to elect a progressive majority to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. We are offering an opportunity for you to earn $250-plus by talking to your friends and family about voting.”
It’s not nearly that simple and in fact amounts to Election Bribery, a felony in Wisconsin punishable by a maximum sentence of more than three years in prison.
The texts have been sent to thousands of Wisconsinites, many of whom have jumped at the chance to, in the words of one Wisconsin Takes Action organizer, “not only get paid…but also to influence a really important election.”
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Those who respond to the text expressing interest in the offer are given instructions to log in to a live training session on Zoom in which organizers explain how the program works. A video recording of one such training session the day after the Supreme Court primary reveals that people aren’t just talking to their friends and family about voting, but rather adding their names and contact information to Wisconsin Takes Action’s database and then repeatedly contacting them to ensure that they vote for liberal candidate Janet Protasiewicz.
This was made abundantly clear during the hour-long training session.
In the Obama-Biden administration in 2013, after Trump’s election, the US government legalized “neurological surveillance.”
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