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Another Day, Another 32 Pages Of Text Messages Between Kenosha DA Mike Graveley and BLM Extremist Whitney Cabal

Left Kenosha DA Michael Graveley (D) Right, Whitney Cabal (D) BLM Extremist

Kenosha DA Mike Graveley (D) was embarrassed and angry as news of him texting with a BLM extremist named Whitney Cabal for 6 weeks was shared all over the country. The country read it first here. Apparently, Graveley didn’t learn his lesson. Today we were given 36 more pages of text messages between Graveley and Cabal. These messages span for 2 months.

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The very first message was from Graveley to Cabal, letting her know that he received a public records request for the previous set of text messages and must turn them over.

Cabal then asks Graveley to recommend an attorney to sue for slander/libel. (We assume, to sue KCE). Graveley, oddly recommended Kenosha Attorney Frank Parise, who is in hot water for misconduct.

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Shortly after that in the text chain, the two seem to make plans to meet up in person on October 5, 2020. She then presses him for information on the police shooting of Jacob Blake. She also shares our articles about her and Graveley’s texts. (Thank you for reading Whitney!). Graveley then calls our articles “sleazy false attacks”. What was false about our article? Graveley won’t tell us what is “false”. She then says that Parise won’t call her back. Who would? Graveley then goes on to suggest two other attorneys.

Kenosha County Eye “Canceled”

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Whitney then tells Graveley about how she got the Kenosha County Eye shut down. She’s right… kinda. Apparently, our former web-host,, isn’t very first-amendment friendly. They threatened to shut our page down if we didn’t remove the photos we posted of Whitney Cabal. Cabal tells that we “doxxed” her. We only shared her photo and her story. Remember, Whitney is known to share the home addresses of people she doesn’t like and the name of the schools where their kids attend. No one really disagrees that she is a vile and disgusting human being. We decided to change our host to a server that values free speech, We didn’t see any interruption in service. This just goes to show that big tech censors you if they disagree. SAD. Well, we came out on top.

Cabal then rambles on about how a “cop’s wife” was harassing her. She then asks when the Jacob Blake announcement will be and he tells her the former Madison police chief Noble Wray is still working on his report. She doesn’t believe him and he assures her he is telling the truth. He then states that they are going through “a lot of information”. These are updates that the rest of us weren’t privy to.

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Cabal then tells Graveley not to announce the charging decision on January 5 because of “militias”. Then, on January 5, 2020 as Graveley is telling the world he is not charging the Officer that shot Jacob Blake, she is blowing up his cell phone telling him “he failed the entire country”. She then says:

“You had an opportunity to set the standard for the entire country. And you failed. 7 shots graveley (sic). SEVEN. Not even a misdemeanor. Stop talking because literally nothing you say matters.”

She then asks Graveley about why Kenosha Sheriff’s Captain Robert Hallisy is on administrative leave. (Whitney, we’ve been trying to find out too! And again, thank you for reading! ) He says he didn’t know.

She then thanks Graveley and his Prosecutors Thomas Clair and Jason Zapf for being tough on Kyle Rittenhouse.

Click here to read the 32 pages of text messages.

Note: We redacted some names and 4 pages that contained Cabal attacking Kenosha residents by name. They are baseless so we will not echo her unfounded drivel.


  • Kevin Mathewson

    Kevin Mathewson is a disciple of Christ, husband and a father to two wonderful children. Mathewson was born and raised in Lake County, IL and worked as a police & fire dispatcher from 2005 to 2010 in Round Lake Beach, IL. Mathewson moved to Kenosha County in 2006, later being elected to the position of Alderman of the 8th District in 2012 and 2016. Mathewson is a private investigator, security contractor, journalist, and photographer. He enjoys spending time with his family, watching movies, camping and boating. His favorite amendment is the second, followed closely by the first. He loves his country and community.


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3 Responses

  1. After reading this post and texts, it’s hard to determine who or what the real Fat Cow is.
    Is there one or two Fat Cows in this article?

  2. Hey there Kev, only the biggest fan boy I’ve ever had! This is remarkable; helps prove my point. Thanks for releasing this. Have a blessed day.

    —yes it’s actually me.

    As I have told you before, you could always give me a call.



    1. After reviewing the texts in the link above, I think you are probably starting to realize you really aren’t anyone in this city….have no connections… pull….no power…..nothing.

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