Call To Action


Below, you will find two Calls to Actions that we have found to be important.

 

 1. Call To Action by Justice Gableman to remove Meagan Wolfe as our WI Elections Administrator, and specifically to connect with our Assemblymen and Speaker Vos. 

 

 2. Call to Action to further press the Eau Claire refugee resettlement office to put an end to the United Nations initiative to resettle foreign refugees in Northwest Wisconsin. 

 See below for details:

 

 # 1)     Ensure Integrity in Wisconsin Elections by Removing Meagan Wolfe

 

Message from Michael Gableman:

 

Meagan Wolfe’s notorious term as the former administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Committee ended on July 1, 2023. Throughout her tenure, Wolfe implemented procedures compromising the integrity of our democratic process, tainting the reputation of Wisconsin’s elections.

During her four years in office:

1.    Wolfe failed to safeguard the ballots of our military personnel, leaving them susceptible to untraceable fraud. This lack of security led the former Deputy Director of the Milwaukee Elections Committee to spotlight the ease with which these ballots could be stolen by creating three fictitious names and home addresses for three nonexistent military service members and causing these ballots to be sent to Representative Janel Brandtjen’s home in Menomonee Falls.

2.    Wolfe compiled a questionable voter roll containing over 7 million names, including deceased individuals, while Wisconsin only boasts around 4 million eligible voters. Under Wolfe’s management, it’s impossible to verify whether these inaccuracies were exploited during elections.

3.    Wolfe relinquished control over the 2020 presidential election administration to external entities, such as Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, with partisan goals, compromising the election’s impartiality.

4.    Under her watch, ballots were accepted from individuals judicially deemed incompetent to vote or those claiming temporary residence abroad without adequate verification.

Given these grievances, the Wisconsin Senate overwhelmingly voted against granting Wolfe a second term, with 22 out of 33 Senators opposing her reappointment. Despite this decisive rejection, Wolfe, supported by Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, is contesting the Senate’s decision, alleging her right to the position indefinitely. Speaker Vos has publicly distanced himself from President Trump and wielded his influence to maintain his position and wealth. Now, he is supporting Wolfe’s bid to remain in her role, potentially jeopardizing the fairness of the upcoming 2024 presidential election.

Contrary to Speaker Vos’s claims, there’s no need to wait for the resolution of Wolfe’s lawsuit to remove her from office. Currently, 15 Articles of Impeachment are awaiting action on his desk. A straightforward majority vote in the Assembly would suffice to impeach Wolfe, followed by a Senate trial requiring a two-thirds majority for removal.

For more details, kindly refer to the impeachment documents attached to this email. Even the State Senate is urging Speaker Vos to allow a vote on Wolfe’s impeachment, underscoring the urgency and wide support for this course of action. We implore you to join us in ensuring the integrity of Wisconsin elections. Please contact Speaker Robin Vos and urge him to facilitate a vote on Meagan Wolfe’s impeachment promptly. Our great Constitutional Republic depends on fair and transparent elections; let us collectively strive to uphold these values. To do this, everyone must call Speaker Robin Vos’s office—our ability to protect our elections depends on Robin’s willingness to act—and ask Speaker Robin Vos to allow a vote on the Impeachment Resolution now! Robin’s office number is: (608) 266-3387. Please call him now and ask him to do his part in protecting Wisconsin’s elections. Your swift action on this matter is highly needed and appreciated.

I'm attaching documents so anyone who wants to can see for themselves that there is no legal barrier to impeachment. Speaker Vos has been telling the GOP Assembly reps that the law prohibits moving forward on impeachment. He is just as wrong about this as he was when he first told them that impeachment requires a "supermajority" of votes in the Assembly, which they do not have. The first paragraph of the first page of the Legislative Reference Bureau memo accurately recites that only 50 votes is required in the Assembly, which they do have. November 7th is the first day that the matter can be brought to the floor, and we have to make sure all of our representatives understand that impeachment of Meagan Wolfe is the essential first step in restoring trust in honest elections.

>> Articles of Impeachment

>> LRB Impeachment Procedure

>> Senates Reply in Litigation

>> Kapenga Letter Asking Vos to Impeach

Here is a sample email for Speaker Vos:
Hello Speaker Vos,

We the People of WI ask that you:

1. Put out a statement on where you stand currently on removing Meagan Wolfe. Are you in support and willing to take the measures to do so?

2. Bring this to the floor to address.

3. If there are any inconsistencies or inaccuracies in the following information, to please note what they are, or we will take them as facts. 
Thank you. 

 

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# 2)     United Nations Refugee Resettlement Update:

 

An unnamed specific person received a note from the State Refugee Coordinator's office.  Here is an excerpt:

 

"I would also like to share with you that we have fielded a large number of phone calls from concerned citizens and some of the rhetoric has been heated. It is something that we will continue to monitor."  

 

This is good news, keep the pressure on them. The State Refugee Coordinator has the power to turn this off.

Use the following link to voice your opposition:  

https://mailchi.mp/3d77aecb7c2e/action-alert-wi-refugee-resettlement-10-23-2023?e=35643163cd

Or call The Refugee Resettlement Coordinator, Bojana Zoric Martinez 414-270-4707 and the State Refugee Health Coordinator, Savitri Tsering 608-422-6269.

 

Thank you for your time and investment in these important issues!

 


God Fearing Patriots,

 

Join together in a Demonstration with other area Patriots and let your voice be heard regarding the establishment of a Regional Immigration Resettlement Office in Eau Claire with the ability to place refugees within a 100 mile radius!    

 

A community meeting will be held by World Relief Wisconsin at the LE Phillips Public Library at 400 Eau Claire Street, in Eau Claire, WI on Monday, October 23 from 6:00 - 7:00 pm.  

A citizen Demonstration will be held on the library mall at 5:30 pm.  This is to be peaceful and respectful and only about this issue.  Please do not bring signs or flags for any political candidates or other issues, and if you carry a firearm please keep it fully concealed.  A parking garage is available 1 block from the library on Gibson Street. 

 

(click HERE to register to attend the meeting in person)  

(click HERE for supporting details)  

 

World Relief Wisconsin is required to follow Federal Law during the approval process, requiring regular communication with local government, which apparently was not done.

 

Excerpt from 8 US Code 1522:

 

"The Director and the Federal agency administering subsection (b)(1) shall consult regularly (not less often than quarterly) with State and local governments and private nonprofit voluntary agencies concerning the sponsorship process and the intended distribution of refugees among the States and localities before their placement in those States and localities."

 

In addition, as a self-described "Christian humanitarian organization", World Relief Wisconsin receives government payment for their services, and is also prohibited from sharing the saving Gospel of Christ with the refugees they are working with.  Are either of these Christian principles?  

 

“No one can serve two masters. Either you will hate the one and love the other, or you will be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve both God and money."  Matthew 6:24

 

Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”  Matthew 28:18-20

 

Because there is no requirement for assimilation into our culture, the history of similar operations in many communities has been that of continuous chain migration that effectively overwhelms the community and transforms its historical Christian culture to that of the refugees' home country.  Christians are to show love to all people, but are warned not to embrace false religions or worldly values.  

 

Unlike World Relief Wisconsin, true Christian organizations are fully funded by offerings and donations, and gladly do mission work while preaching the gospel and making disciples.  And a true Christian organization would NEVER take public money to import religions, values, and cultures that are opposed to Jesus Christ.

 

 

At its roots, this is a United Nations initiative funded by taxpayers for the purpose of importing foreign values, religions, beliefs, and ideologies from non-Christian nations into traditionally Christian nations to fundamentally transform their cultures.  The most loving thing to do for the people of the world is to preserve the Christian culture of this nation at all costs, and oppose the efforts of those around the world continuously working to destroy it.  For the benefit of all people, we must fight to keep America, "One Nation Under God" ! ! !


See Previous Calls to Action Below


February, 2023

Exit the WHO

Our Stand: at-a-glance

  • The World Health Organization (WHO) has influenced health policy in America, and the White House continues to funnel billions of tax dollars to unelected global decision-makers.
  • It is widely accepted that the WHO mishandled the response to coronavirus (and arguably it has failed upward by fumbling response to all pandemics over the years).
  • The U.S. is currently involved in negotiations that are intended to strengthen the power and autonomy of the World Health Organization through an international treaty as well as updates to the current regulations, the International Health Regulations (IHR 2005).
  • President Biden has shown Americans through his decades of actions in public office since he was elected in 1972 to the U.S. Senate that he supports a global health security agenda.
  • U.S. states have the right and responsibility to keep their citizens safe through public health choices.
  • Entanglement with the World Health Organization has affected public policy in our communities and has put American lives in danger.
  • The farther removed health decisions become from individuals, the more dangerous they are.
  • One-size-fits-all health decisions cannot lead to good health outcomes for individuals.
  • The Zero Draft of the pandemic treaty includes provisions to override American sovereignty. 
  • HR79, the WHO Withdrawal Act, has been introduced in Congress but has not yet been scheduled for a hearing by the Foreign Affairs Committee, despite ongoing negotiations and proposed adoption of the new treaty in May 2024.
  • The White House has shown America its commitment to strengthening an unelected global body over the needs and desires of Americans.
  • Congress must act to stop the White House from its abuse of power in tying American public health policy to a global body with no accountability to U.S. citizens.
  • Use our form to contact the House Foreign Affairs Committee today to let them know that exiting the WHO needs to be a priority, and they must schedule HR79 for a hearing, reporting  it out of committee with a recommended YES vote by the U.S. Congress. 
  • Also use our form to contact your elected officials to urge them to cosponsor the WHO Withdrawal Act.


January 6th, 2023

Supreme Court Hearing

  • Brunson v. Alma S. Adams et al
  • The SCOTUS set the conference date for Jan 6, 2023
    (The 9 Justices will meet January 6, 2023 to discuss the case and decide (by vote) if they want to move it to a hearing, where they will officially judge the case and decide (by vote) if defendants should be removed from office)
  • Print 2 copies of the letter to the Justices.
    • (Do this as soon as possible - Do not delay!)
  • Sign and date each copy.
  • Mail one copy to:
    • Loy & Raland Brunson
    • 4287 South Harrison Blvd.
    • apt 132
    • Ogden, Utah 84403
  • Mail one copy to:
    • Supreme Court of the United States
    • 1 First Street, NE
    • Washington, DC 20543
  • Consider including $1.00 in the letter to the Brunsons.

 

Brunson v. Alma S. Adams; et al.,
(Biden, Harris, Pence & 385 Members of Congress)

Currently, there are two lawsuits identical to each other.
The first One, filed by Loy Brunson is still held up in the Utah Federal Court.
The second one, filed by Raland J. Brunson has made it to the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS),
Docket #22-380, where 9 Justices in conference will vote (only 4 needed) to move to a hearing.


THE LAWSUIT
Both lawsuits include defendants Pres. Biden, Harris, former V.P. Pence and 385 members of congress for breaking their oath of office by voting AGAINST the proposition (that came from members of congress) to investigate the claims that there were enemies of the constitution who successfully rigged the election.

BOTH LAWSUITS ARE ABOUT THE DEFENDANTS BREAKING THEIR OATH OF OFFICE
"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic..."

THE QUESTION
How can you support, and defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign, and domestic? Answer: You investigate. If there are claims that there is a threat, even if you don't believe there is a threat, you investigate. How else can you determine if there is a threat unless you investigate? You can't. Were there claims of a threat to the Constitution? Yes. Where did these serious claims come from? 100 members of Congress. What was the threat? That there were enemies of the Constitution who successfully rigged the 2020 election. Is this lawsuit about a rigged election? No, it's about the members of Congress who voted AGAINST the investigation thereby thwarting the investigation. Was this a clear violation of their oath? YES.

THE RELIEF THAT LOY AND RALAND ARE SEEKING
That defendants be permanently removed from office, and not allowed to hold a public office again.


January 6th, 2023

Public Protection and Judiciary Committee Meeting

  • St. Croix County Government Center
    • 8:00am
  • SECOND AMENDMENT SUPPORTERS
    ST. CROIX COUNTY, WISCONSIN

    The RESOLUTION TO SUPPORT THE 2ND AMENDMENT has been sent back to committee.  We want this to pass. Please show up to the meeting and show your support at the meeting in public comment as well as sending emails to the entire Board.
     
  • MEETING INORMATION: 
     
    District 1: lisa lind
    District 2: shawn anderson
    District 3: bob long
    District 4: cathy leaf
    District 5: carah koch
    District 6: paul adams
    District 7: paul berning
    District 8: rick ottino
    District 9: bob feidler
    District 10: dave ostness
    District 11: scott counter
    District 12: daniel hansen
    District 13: ryan sherley
    District 14: greg tellijohn
    District 15: mark carlson
    District 16: mark barcalow
    District 17: bob swanepoel
    District 18: jerry vansomeren
    District 19: tim ramberg
     
Emails below for easy copying and pasting:
lisa.lind@sccwi.gov; shawn.anderson@sccwi.gov; bob.long@sccwi.gov; cathy.leaf@sccwi.gov; carah.koch@sccwi.gov; paul.adams@sccwi.gov; paul.berning@sccwi.gov; rick.ottino@sccwi.gov; bob.feidler@sccwi.gov; dave.ostness@sccwi.gov; scott.counter@sccwi.gov; daniel.hansen@sccwi.gov; ryan.sherley@sccwi.gov; greg.tellijohn@sccwi.gov; mark.carlson@sccwi.gov; mark.barcalow@sccwi.gov; bob.swanepoel@sccwi.gov; jerry.vansomeren@sccwi.gov; tim.ramberg@sccwi.gov
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RESOLUTION TO SUPPORT THE U.S. CONSTITUTION AND WISCONSIN CONSTITUTION AND RIGHTS EXPLICITLY PROVIDED THEREIN
WHEREAS, the St Croix County Board of Supervisors supports the Constitution of the United States as the Supreme Law of our Nation; and
WHEREAS, the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States provides that "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed" and the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin provides that, "The people have the right to keep and bear arms for security, defense, hunting recreation or any other lawful purpose;" and
WHEREAS, the United States Supreme Court has affirmed this right to keep and bear Arms for traditionally lawful purposes; and
WHEREAS, the St Croix County Board of Supervisors reaffirms its commitment to the Constitution and the rights provided for therein against infringement by either the Federal or State government.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the St Croix County Board of Supervisors will uphold its oath to support the Federal and State Constitutions and to preserve rights explicitly provided therein.


December 6th, 2022

Board of Supervisors Meeting

  • St. Croix County Government Center
    • 8:30am
  • SECOND AMENDMENT SUPPORTERS
    ST. CROIX COUNTY, WISCONSIN

    We want this to pass. Please consider showing up to the meeting and showing your support at the meeting in public comment as well as sending emails to the entire Board.
     
  • Agenda Packet: 
     
    District 1: lisa lind
    District 2: shawn anderson
    District 3: bob long
    District 4: cathy leaf
    District 5: carah koch
    District 6: paul adams
    District 7: paul berning
    District 8: rick ottino
    District 9: bob feidler
    District 10: dave ostness
    District 11: scott counter
    District 12: daniel hansen
    District 13: ryan sherley
    District 14: greg tellijohn
    District 15: mark carlson
    District 16: mark barcalow
    District 17: bob swanepoel
    District 18: jerry vansomeren
    District 19: tim ramberg
     
Emails below for easy copying and pasting:
lisa.lind@sccwi.gov; shawn.anderson@sccwi.gov; bob.long@sccwi.gov; cathy.leaf@sccwi.gov; carah.koch@sccwi.gov; paul.adams@sccwi.gov; paul.berning@sccwi.gov; rick.ottino@sccwi.gov; bob.feidler@sccwi.gov; dave.ostness@sccwi.gov; scott.counter@sccwi.gov; daniel.hansen@sccwi.gov; ryan.sherley@sccwi.gov; greg.tellijohn@sccwi.gov; mark.carlson@sccwi.gov; mark.barcalow@sccwi.gov; bob.swanepoel@sccwi.gov; jerry.vansomeren@sccwi.gov; tim.ramberg@sccwi.gov
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RESOLUTION TO SUPPORT THE U.S. CONSTITUTION AND WISCONSIN CONSTITUTION AND RIGHTS EXPLICITLY PROVIDED THEREIN
WHEREAS, the St Croix County Board of Supervisors supports the Constitution of the United States as the Supreme Law of our Nation; and
WHEREAS, the Second Amendment of the Constitution of the United States provides that "the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed" and the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin provides that, "The people have the right to keep and bear arms for security, defense, hunting recreation or any other lawful purpose;" and
WHEREAS, the United States Supreme Court has affirmed this right to keep and bear Arms for traditionally lawful purposes; and
WHEREAS, the St Croix County Board of Supervisors reaffirms its commitment to the Constitution and the rights provided for therein against infringement by either the Federal or State government.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the St Croix County Board of Supervisors will uphold its oath to support the Federal and State Constitutions and to preserve rights explicitly provided therein.