Tony Evers

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Tony Evers
Governor of Wisconsin
From: January 7, 2019 – present
Lieutenant Mandela Barnes
Predecessor Scott Walker
Successor Incumbent (no successor)
Party Democrat
Spouse(s) Kathy Evers

Anthony Steven “Tony” Evers is the Democrat totalitarian fascist governor of Wisconsin who attempted to destroy the state's economy with Covid 19 lockdown and social distancing orders. The Wisconsin Supreme Court overturned Evers' grab for leftwing authoritarian power.[1]

Election tampering

In a lawsuit filed by Democratic party operatives concerned about the CCP pandemic’s effects on voting, federal District Judge William Conley (an Obama appointee) extended the deadline for receipt of mail-in ballots from Tuesday, April 7, 2020 (the primary-election day), to Monday afternoon, April 13. That aspect of the federal district court’s ruling was not in dispute. Judge Conley, however, directed that absentee ballots were eligible to be counted regardless of the date of post mark or otherwise delivered, as long as they came in by the April 13 deadline. In effect, that meant absentee ballots could be cast after in-person primary voting had closed on April 7.

This meant the election could be materially altered by events occurring after formal conclusion of the primary election — not least, news about the apparent election result. To address this problem, Judge Conley further ordered the Wisconsin Election Commission and election inspectors to suppress any report of the voting results until after the new April 13 deadline for the receipt of absentee ballots.[2] Evers then banned in person voting in the April 7, 2020 primary. The Wisconsin Supreme Court then ruled Evers exceeded his authority with his Executive Order to cancel elections.[3] The same day SCOTUS ruled to stay a district court order that had extended the absentee voting deadline. As a result, the absentee ballot postmark and in-person return deadlines were reinstated to April 7, 2020.[4] The issue was that authority did not rest with the courts or the governor and there was no time to reschedule. Fake news media, of course, was quick to blame Republicans for the Democrat's lawsuit and the Democratic governor's overreach of executive branch authority.[5]

Democrat operative James Carville again stole the spotlight as the most demagogic.[6] The Wisconsin State Journal reported three weeks after the voting that Wisconsin's rate of infection actually declined after in-person voting.[7]

CCP virus

Totalitarian civil servants and law enforcement in Wisconsin illegally threatened to have a CCP virus victim arrested, as their fellow Communist Chinese did with Dr. Li Wenliang, for what they falsely claimed was "rumor-mongering" and "upsetting social order" by posting about her condition on Instagram.[8]

Thousands of protesters gathered in front of the state capitol building in Madison to rebel against Democrat governor Tony Evers' decision to arbitrarily extend the state's stay-at-home order, which was to have expired on April 24, to May 26, despite the damage being done to the state's economy and public morale by the order.[9] In response to Evers' decision, Republican lawmakers filed a lawsuit at the state Supreme Court to block the order, reporting that Evers and his Wisconsin Department of Health secretary, Andrea Palm, had illegally exceeded their authority in extending the order.[10]

Marxist riots

See also: 2020 Marxist uprising

In June 2020 during the Marxist insurrection Socialists pulled down the statue of Col. Christian Heg, an abolitionist who fell in the Battle of Chickamauga.[11] Tim Carpenter, a gay progressive Democrat state senator, was punched in the eye, kicked in the head, neck, and ribs, left with a possible concussion by a group of 8-10 socialists for attempting to video record the vandalism. Carpenter tried to tell the mindless leftwing thugs, "I'm on your side.".[12] Four weeks into the nationwide riots, not a single Democrat at the federal, state, or local level condemned the leftist violence and attacks on innocent people.[13]

Left-wing domestic terrorists set fire to a church with a Black Lives Matter sign out front in Kenosha, Wisconsin.

A licensed physical therapist and a school social worker were arrested in the attack. The school social worker's profile on the school website said that she helps “students and families who are struggling with social-emotional needs, behavioral issues, or environmental issues in the family, school and/or community.”[14] The Progressive defund police movement calls for reducing police brutality by replacing police with more social workers.

Racist BLM thugs shot at and viciously assaulted black police officer Joseph Mensah and his girlfriend at the latter's home (which was also vandalized by the punks while there were children inside) in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin[15] before the punks were dispersed by Wauwatosa police and neighboring police departments. Wauwatosa mayor Dennis McBride declared in a press release that any of the punks that are identified as being involved in the riot will be arrested, charged and prosecuted.

Riots arose in Kenosha, Wisconsin over an officer-involved shooting of a black man. Police scanner audio indicates a woman called 911 to report Jacob Blake was at her home and wasn’t supposed to be, and had stolen her keys. Responding police were made aware of Blake’s arrest warrant for domestic abuse and a felony sex crime. Blake, who was armed,[16] brawled with cops before reaching inside his car and was shot. He survived but the incident sparked mass BLM-inspired deadly violence in Kenosha.[17] Marxist rioters from Chicago were notified by Twittter.[18] The small town police department of Kenosha, unprepared and untrained in riot control, was quickly overwhelmed.[19] The court house, Probation and Parole Dept., car dealers, businesses, and public service vehicles were set on fire. Thugs jumped on police cars, slashed tires, knocked out an officer, and tossed incendiary grenades at the cops.[20] Amidst the violence, one protester accidentally lit herself on fire.[21] BLM leader Shaun King applauded the violence and called for further mayhem.[22] As reported on August 25, 2020, the thugs beat an elder store owner to the point of unconsciousness for defending his property.[23] A conservative reporter had a pistol pointed in his face while covering the riot.[24] The Kenosha Police Dept., which can only field a maximum of 90 officers on the street per shift, asked Gov. Tony Evers for 750 National Guardsmen. Evers sent 250. President Trump offered to send the additional 500. Evers rejected the offer.[25] Two white BLM terrorists who attacked a 17 year old boy guarding private property were killed.


  9. Protesters Descend On Wisconsin Capitol To Send A Message: We’re Done Staying Home at the Federalist
  10. Wisconsin Republicans sue governor over stay-at-home order at KSTP-TV website
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  21. Moronic Wisconsin Rioter Accidentally Lights Herself on Fire (VIDEO)
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  24. Unhinged Man Points Weapon in Face of Conservative Reporter During Riot