A half dozen Kenosha residents filed a complaint today with the Wisconsin Elections Commission against the City of Kenosha Mayor Antaramian .
The six complainants are Brian Thomas – small business owner, Tamara Weber – small business owner, Matthew Augustine – Retired, Kevin Mathewson – Private Investigator and former Kenosha Alderman, Mary Magdalen-Moser – Artist and small business owner and Pamela Mundling, retired veteran.
The complaint alleges:
“In the November 2020 general election, the City of Kenosha adopted private corporation conditions on the election process affecting state and federal elections. In this case, Kenosha involved private corporations and their employees in the City’s state and federal election administration. By doing so, Kenosha failed to comply with state laws, including obtaining from the Commission a prior determination of the legality of the private corporate conditions in the election process, and failed to comply with the U.S. Constitution’s Elections and Electors Clauses which guarantee the state Legislature the exclusive role in approving Wisconsin’s legal conditions relating to federal elections. Kenosha officials, responsible for the election process and procedures, adopted and implemented private corporate conditions, including direct corporate and corporate employee engagement in the administration of the general election. Moreover, Complainants found that Kenosha Mayor John M. Antaramian, in his official capacity as Mayor, participated with four other cities—Milwaukee, Madison, Racine and Green Bay—to place the same corporate conditions on their election administration. “
An attorney for the Thomas Moore Society, a conservative law group in Chicago, pledged to take this complaint all the way to the Wisconsin State Supreme Court.
Anti-first amendment billionaire Mark Zuckerberg donated $300 MIL to the group that gave the City of Kenosha almost $1MIL to target democratic voters. Kenosha Mayor Antaramian met in secret with his buddies, the mayors of the other four cities. The five democrats were quick and happy to accept money to help democrats.
The complainants spoke against private corporations funding efforts to influence an election. The Wisconsin Elections Commission has said they will respond to the complaint by May 25, 2021.