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Wisconsin Lawsuit Aimed at Excluding Nearly 800,000 Votes Dismissed

A federal lawsuit in Wisconsin that drew nationwide attention was dismissed on Nov. 16. Three voters filed the suit last week, seeking to exclude election results in three of the state’s counties. They alleged there was “sufficient evidence that illegal votes were counted” in Milwaukee, Dane, and Menominee counties “to change or place in doubt the results” of the presidential election. But the voters on Nov. 16 requested the suit be dismissed. Court filings didn’t give a reason why Michael Langenhorst, Michael LeMay, and Stephen Fifrick made the decision. Attorneys for the men said they couldn’t comment; two of them cited attorney-client privilege. “Because of atty client privilege and because I do not telegraph my next moves, I cannot comment,” James Bopp Jr. told The Epoch Times via email. “Unfortunately, attorney-client privilege does not allow us to discuss,” Jeffrey Gallant in an email. Michael Dean, the third lawyer, also declined to comment. …

Wisconsin Lawsuit Aimed at Excluding Nearly 800,000 Votes Dismissed

A federal lawsuit in Wisconsin that drew nationwide attention was dismissed on Nov. 16. Three voters filed the suit last week, seeking to exclude election results in three of the state’s counties. They alleged there was “sufficient evidence that illegal votes were counted” in Milwaukee, Dane, and Menominee counties “to change or place in doubt the results” of the presidential election. But the voters on Nov. 16 requested the suit be dismissed. Court filings didn’t give a reason why Michael Langenhorst, Michael LeMay, and Stephen Fifrick made the decision. Attorneys for the men said they couldn’t comment; two of them cited attorney-client privilege. “Because of atty client privilege and because I do not telegraph my next moves, I cannot comment,” James Bopp Jr. told The Epoch Times via email. “Unfortunately, attorney-client privilege does not allow us to discuss,” Jeffrey Gallant in an email. Michael Dean, the third lawyer, also declined to comment. …