Milwaukee County Board supervisors desperate to get leftist voters to the polls in November

By all accounts Democrats are going to get their posteriors handed to them big time in elections this November. And with good reason. They’ve gone so radical with policies that are devastating this country, leaving their brand totally repulsive to voters.

With a serious butt-kicking almost assured Democrats desperately need voter turnout.  Members of the clown car that is the Milwaukee County Board have drafted resolutions to place three (3) advisory referenda on the November 8, 2022, ballot designed to gin up depressed Democrat voters who may seem hopeless. Here they are:

1) A resolution providing for an advisory referendum on the November 8, 2022 election ballot to measure public opinion on whether the Wisconsin Legislature should prohibit the import, sale, manufacture, transfer, or possession of semi-automatic “military-style” firearms, whose prohibition is allowable under the Wisconsin and United States Constitutions.

2) A resolution providing for an advisory referendum on the November 8, 2022, election ballot to measure public opinion on allowing adults 21 years of age and older to engage in the personal use of marijuana, while also regulating commercial marijuana-related activities, and imposing a tax on the sale of marijuana.

3) A resolution in support of access to abortion care and providing for an advisory referendum on the November 8, 2022, election ballot to measure public opinion on whether Wis. Stat. § 940.04, which bans abortion at any stage of pregnancy without exception for rape, incest, or health of the patient, should be repealed to allow legal access to abortion care.

The key word here is “advisory.” In essence, that means all three referenda, no matter if they all pass in November, are totally meaningless.  Everybody knows that, but the intent is to pull the wool over the eyes of enough voters to entice them to the polls on feel-good issues with a capital “F.”

And rest assured all three will get on the ballot. This is the Milwaukee County Board we’re talking about. Not exactly a Mensa crowd. One of the sponsors of all three resolutions is Supervisor Ryan Clancy, an avowed Socialist.

Thursday the resolutions go before the board’s Finance Committee. Supervisor Steve Taylor is a member and will strongly oppose the measures.

Come November Milwaukee county residents will vote on each. And they all may indeed be approved. And they will go nowhere. Your tax dollars at work.

NOTE: On July 15 these three measures came before the board’s Judiciary Committee and each was approved, 3-2.

The two opposing votes on each came from Supervisors Deanna Alexander and Patti Logsdon.

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