Friday, October 16, 2020
and the KKK
Kerkman’s Kourt of Konfusion
Sandy Weidner again trapped
in alleged secret court proceedings conducted by
Korrupt Kerkman Kourt
ILLUMINATING HIDDEN TRUTHS
Kerkman Kauses Khaos
Judge Chad Kerkman Kreated Khaos and konfusion on October 7th, 2020
by having a dedicated YouTube channel available for the interested public to safely oversee live court proceedings. Kerkman knowingly and willingly choose not to not to broadcast (live stream) the court proceedings.
Kerkman pulled the Kurtains and blacked out kourt proceeding to the interested public via You Tube.
Korrupt Kerkman Kenosha
Korrupt Kerkman Kourt
(His other KKK wardrobe is in the closet)
On October 7th, 2020, Sandy Weidner was again a victim of a scam within the Korrupt Kourts Konducted by Judge Kerkman.
Zoom and You Tube platforms were established and implemented for use for the Circuit Courts by the Wisconsin Supreme Court in the spring of 2020.
6 months later, Kerkman continues to remain in defiance of Wisconsin Supreme Court requests to broadcast (livestream) court proceedings.
There lacks any consistency, uniformity or repeatability of conducting court proceedings concerning public oversight within the Wisconsin Circuit Court system.
How is the public to know whether they can attend court proceedings in person or must use
video live streaming?
So, did Korrupt Kerkman violate the
First Amendment Rights
of all 5.82 million Wisconsin citizens
making the State of Wisconsin and
Kerkman personally ripe for class action in Federal court by not live streaming the courts hearing?
Korrupt Kerkman provided Zoom codes to the litigants to participate during the court proceedings but failed to
provide any video participation to the public.
Take notice of the CONFIDENTIAL watermark.
Judge Kerkman is in a most vile and despicable way,
a pompous ass, scofflaw and deviant judge
unworthy of public service.
So again Sandy Weidner is a victim of
committed by members of the kourt
KORRUPT KERKMAN KOURT
Lets face it, It was a tossup comparing Kerkman to the KKK or the Nazi's
being they both enjoyed conducting secret court
For more information, click on the following:
Sandra Weidner vs. City of Racine
Racine County Circuit Court case # 17CV1644
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Believe it or not, Stan Herd said finding the right plot of land is just as time-consuming as the artwork itself.
The 70-year-old Kansas artist, once called the "Father of Crop Art" by CBS news anchor Dan Rather, has been crafting massive designs into fields since the early 1980s. But he's on a new mission now, engineering messages promoting the Joe Biden campaign, not coincidentally in swing states Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania.
In Wisconsin, Herd wanted a property large enough for a pro-farmer message and close enough to air traffic patterns where travelers will see the work from above. With that in mind, he reached out to Neil and Jennifer Young about their 180-acre property in the Village of Yorkville in Racine County.
"We've done some work with the local Democratic Party and had some fundraisers for Tammy Baldwin on our farm," Jennifer said. "We got a call that there's a crop artist interested in finding a place about 2 to 3 acres, and they explained what they wanted to do. We walked over to some places that we thought would be good, and the perfect place is in our hay field.
Tuesday, October 13, 2020
The fact that the pollsters got everything wrong about the 2016 election hasn't prevented them from attempting to steer this election. What a bunch of punks.
Wisconsin denies tax credits to Foxconn for 2019 work, says company did not create enough jobs to fulfill agreement
Three years after landmark legislation was passed promising Foxconn Technology Group billions in tax credits and President Donald Trump presided over a groundbreaking ceremony in Mount Pleasant, the company will not be receiving any state tax credits for work done in 2019.
According to the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., Foxconn has hired only 281 people eligible for tax credits and has made only $300 million in capital expenditures, not fulfilling the goals set out in the contract signed by Foxconn and the state.
Foxconn said it was surprised by the decision, and the company's role in Wisconsin continues to be hotly debated amid a hyper-partisan political environment with deep divisions among taxpayers who are paying the bill for the billions in tax credits that were part of the original deal.
Monday, October 12, 2020
Sunday, October 11, 2020
Bice: Supreme Court chief justice banished Judge Brad Schimel from his own courtroom after he refused to wear mask
Shortly after Waukesha County courts opened to the public in late June, someone complained that Waukesha County Circuit Judge Brad Schimel was not enforcing the mask mandate set down by the top court officials for in-person hearings and trials.
Schimel did not respond well.
The former Republican attorney general sent an email on June 25 to a small group of individuals who worked in his courtroom, noting that he had just been called in by Judge Jennifer Dorow, chief judge of the 3rd Judicial District, for not enforcing the mandate aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus.
Mask mandates were adopted both by the state Supreme Court in May and by Dorow's office for Waukesha County judges a month later. These are separate from the one issued by Gov. Tony Evers.
"First, I do not intend to wear a mask," Schimel wrote, citing chronic sinus issues that he said were aggravated by wearing a mask for extended periods. "Thus, for my own health, I will not be wearing a mask."
It was a position and attitude that would land the first-term judge in seriously hot water.
Officials with the state Public Defender's Office began complaining that Schimel was endangering the public by ignoring the mask mandate.
Then, on Aug. 28, Supreme Court Chief Justice Patience Roggensack intervened, barring Schimel from appearing in person for hearings in his own courtroom. For the next five weeks, Schimel sat alone in his judicial chambers — sans mask — and handled cases via Zoom, appearing on a large screen in the courtroom, where his staff, a bailiff, lawyers and defendants often sat.
'I shouldn't be here': Oshkosh bar owner in ICU with COVID-19 angry with Trump over out-of-control pandemic
Mark Schultz has been hit on both sides of this pandemic.
For six months it was his Oshkosh bar and restaurant, both of which are closed for now after being hammered under state coronavirus restrictions.
Now it is Schultz himself, infected with COVID-19, lying in a hospital intensive care unit, laboring to breathe, unsure of when — or whether — he'll go home.
"I don’t worry much about me, but I got a 10-year-old son and my fiancée — that’s all I care about," he said through tears. "My family is all at home. They are all worried about me. I don’t want them to worry about me."
As he spoke by phone, he struggled with short breaths and was interrupted at times by fits of coughs.
"I don’t want them to go through this," he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "I hope I get to go home."
Schultz, 64, is the co-owner of Oblio's, a bar in Oshkosh that is beloved by a city that now has the highest rate of COVID-19 infection in the country, according to a New York Times analysis.
At Oblio's, Schultz said he has three simple rules before people can belly up to the bar: Don't talk about politics. Don't talk about religion. And don't talk about someone's wife.
Now, as he receives oxygen from a machine, Schultz says he has been pushed to break that first rule by President Donald Trump.
"I just want to punch him," Schultz said. "I always had to keep my politics to myself, but from where I'm sitting now? Those days are over.
"I shouldn't be here."
Trump, he said, should have been more upfront with the public from the beginning about the dangers of the coronavirus, should have acted quicker, promoted wearing face masks. If he had, Schultz believes, maybe the pandemic would not have struck his community so hard, might not have wound up at his door.