UPDATE: WI Rep Ramthun’s Resolution is Packed with Facts Showing a Corrupted Election – Rules Suggest His Resolution May Not Be Dead in Committee

Yesterday, Wisconsin Representative and American hero Timothy Ramthun proposed a resolution in the WI House calling for the decertification of the corrupt 2020 Election results for President Trump and Vice President Pence in that state. 

The assembly voted unanimously  to move forward Rep. Ramthun’s resolution to reclaim Wisconsin’s 10 electors for US President and Vice President who were certified under fraudulent purposes.

The resolution in itself is damning and some reports is damning in nature.

**HUGE BREAKING NEWS** — Wisconsin Assembly Votes to Advance Rep. Ramthun’s Resolution to Reclaim Wisconsin’s Electors For President and Vice President That Were Certified Under Fraudulent Purposes — VIDEO

Below is Ramthun’s resolution which is seven pages filled with accusations of fraudulent activities related to the 2020 Election.  When read by an independent and objective observer, this resolution is DAMNING.  Here is only one paragraph in the resolution:

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Whereas, at its December 8, 2021, public hearing, the Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections heard testimony from expert analyst Jeff O’Donnell, who found a multitude of irregularities when he analyzed data from the Wisconsin voter rolls, including that 93.7 percent of active voters participated in the 2020 general election, 205,355 voter registration applications were dated November 3, 2020, 957,977 individuals registered as new voters in 2020, 45,665 voters who registered did not have matching Division of Motor Vehicle records, 22 percent of active voters registered in the 6 months leading up to November, 3, 2020, 31,872 of those voters who registered in that 6-month period are now listed as inactive, and 42,000 voters who voted in the November 3, 2020, election are now listed as inactive; and Here is the entire resolution.

WI Ramthums Election Resolution to Decertify by Jim Hoft on Scribd

Below is a video of the event on the House floor:

But as soon as the resolution was addressed by the House, the RINO House Rules Committee Chair, Rep. Steineke tweeted that the resolution would never get past his committee.

Retiring GOP RINO Chairman of WI Rules Committee Jim Steineke Says “Zero Chance I Will Pass” Representative Ramthun’s Resolution to Decertify 2020 Election Results

But hold on.  Last night several individuals went through the Wisconsin State Legislature Assembly Rules and discussed some rules in the Wisconsin State Assembly that indicate this resolution may not die in the Wisconsin Rules Committee.

Rule 43 (1) on privileged resolutions states the following:

Any resolution or joint resolution relating to the officers, members, former members, procedures, or organization of the assembly or legislature is privileged in that it may be offered under any order of business by a member who has the floor and may be taken up immediately before all other proposals, unless referred by the presiding officer to a standing committee or to the calendar.

From the video, it looks like the resolution was referred to the Rules Committee. assuming that is a standing committee then that appears proper.  However, according to online discussions, Rule 61 also addresses rules of privilege.

Rule 61 states the following – Note (6):

Assembly Rule 61. Questions of privilege. Questions of privilege are under the immediate control of the presiding officer and the assembly. Such questions pertain to the rights, integrity, and safety of the assembly collectively, to the rights, reputation, or conduct of members of the assembly in their representative capacity, or to the conduct of government in general.

(1) “Assembly privilege”: With recognition by the presiding officer, any member may raise and discuss a question pertaining to the safety, dignity, decorum, comfort, rights, organization, or officers of the assembly that requires immediate attention.

(2) “Personal privilege”: With recognition by the presiding officer, any member may rise to explain a personal matter that affects the rights, reputation, and conduct of the member in his or her representative capacity. A pending question may not be discussed in the explanation.

(3) “Special privilege”: Any member desiring to make a statement on a matter other than one of assembly or personal privilege may rise and, with recognition by the presiding officer and within any time limits determined by the presiding officer or the assembly, may discuss any subject relative to state or local government, the conduct of public officials in relation to their official duties, or other matters concerning the public welfare, or any question pertaining to the rights of the assembly collectively, its safety, dignity, or the integrity of its proceedings.


(a) A member may raise a question of assembly or personal privilege at any time. Questions of assembly privilege take precedence over questions of personal privilege and both take precedence over all other questions except a motion to adjourn, a call of the assembly, a motion to lift a call of the assembly, or a motion to recess.

(b) Questions of special privilege may not be raised when any matter is under consideration by the assembly.

(5) Questions of assembly or personal privilege have precedence only insofar as they require immediate consideration and are not dilatory.

(6) Once a question of privilege is before the assembly, it is subject to debate and to all proper motions. When the question of privilege has been disposed of, the business of the assembly is resumed at the point at which it was interrupted.

Red Arrow Patriot shared the following on Telegram – related to Ramthun’s resolution:

…in a livestream (https://rumble.com/vt9o7i-band-reunion-w-behizy-canncon-julie-green-marcus-dee-and-neil-johnson.html) discussion tonight, Marcus Dee pointed out that if Ranthum’s resolution fails to get traction in [the Rules] Committee, he may be able to introduce an amended version of the resolution to the Assembly and call for a floor vote. “We’d need 13 RINOs to change their minds,” Marcus says. “But at least we’d know where everyone stands,” Behizy added.

It looks like there may be strong arguments preventing crooked RINOs from burying this resolution.

Wisconsin Assembly Rules Committee Members:

Representative Steineke (Chair)

Representative Vos
Representative August
Representative Petersen
Representative Vorpagel
Representative Kuglitsch
Representative Tittl
Representative Plumer
Representative Dittrich
Representative Neubauer
Representative Hesselbein
Representative Spreitzer
Representative Subeck
Representative Pope
Representative Baldeh

How can you help? Contact the rules committee members and tell them to put the resolution through.
You can reach your legislator by calling the Legislative Hotline.

In Madison, dial 266-9960. Toll-free, call 1-800-362-9472.

Speaker Vos can be contacted using the below links:

TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SpeakerVos?s=20

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EMAIL: [email protected]

PHONE: 608-266-3387 & 608-266-9171


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