Report: Soros-Linked Operative Controlled Green Bay’s Election Using Secret Hotel Wi-Fi
By Tony Sifert
A George Soros-linked and Mark Zuckerberg-funded operative controlled the 2020 election in Green Bay using a secret Wi-Fi connection at a Wisconsin hotel, according to Emerald Robinson.
Robinson analyzed the Wisconsin Special Counsel Mike Gableman’s recently-released investigative report on the Wisconsin Elections System and discovered that the name Michael Spitzer Rubenstein, a “grant mentor” associated with the George Soros-backed Center for Tech and Civic Life kept appearing.
“One guy hidden at the Grand Hyatt Hotel controlled Green Bay’s election from his room?” Robinson wrote. “Why was a lawyer from Brooklyn in control of an election in Wisconsin?”
The elections report found that Rubenstein, a former Democrat operative and employee the Zuckerberg-funded National Vote at Home Institute, had practiced “the most aggressive and egregious usurpation of election administration” after coordinating with staff at Hyatt Regency and KI Convention Center to set up a hidden Wi-Fi network that was not password-protected.
“The OSC learned that all machines in Green Bay were ESS machines and were connected to a secret, hidden Wi-Fi access point at the Grand Hyatt hotel, which was the location used by the City of Green Bay on the day of the 2020 Presidential election,” Gableman wrote in his report.
Among other things, Rubenstein “interpret[ed] Wisconsin law and [developed] absentee voting protocols potentially inconsistent with Wisconsin Law,” decided “whether to accept ballots after the deadline of 8 pm,” and even allocated “poll workers on election day.”
Most egregiously, however, “Spitzer Rubenstein had unfettered access to the Central Count, ballots, and ballot counting” and “put himself in charge of transporting ballots . . . and then counting them,” the report found.
The Wisconsin Spotlight reported in March 2021 that “Spitzer Rubenstein . . . in many ways became the de facto city elections chief.”