Evers Strikes Out on Political Intimidation

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Evers Strikes Out on Political Intimidation

August 26, 2022 - 17:23
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Gov. Tony Evers lawsuit against conservative volunteer Bill Feehan has met with its final failure in court.

On Aug. 24 the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin ruled in the case of WEC and Tony Evers v. William Feehan. The court dismissed Evers attempts to recoup legal fees related to Feehan's lawsuit over certification of the November 2020 election results in Wisconsin.

Bill Feehan issued the following statement:

"Tony Evers' lawsuit was designed to intimidate politically active people like me. I am a volunteer who serves as the La Crosse County and 3rd Congressional District Republican Party Chairman. It's unfortunate Tony Evers continues to act like a banana republic dictator. Using the power of his position to harass his political opponents. There were many irregularities in the November 2020 election in Wisconsin. I am proud to have questioned the certification of that election."

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I wish honorable people would put into perspective this entire issue. Bill Feehan, President Trump, me, and many others have the duty to be sure that this was an accurate election. None of us are willing to give up this formerly great country without doing everything to be sure it was fair and just.

If any democrats are reading this, please understand that the Democrat party of John Kennedy is gone, destroyed by people like Bernie Sanders, Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schif, and a long list of powerful hateful people who don't understand that we need to preserve our Constitution, the only reason America has thrived longer than any Republic or Democracy in world history.

My goodness, how could one administration do some much damage so fast? Being attacked by all major powers in the world, could not have done this much (non-nuclear) damage in that short amount of time.

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