Wisconsin reports record number of new coronavirus cases, deaths https://t.co/NLFbefsVcj saw a record number of new coronavirus cases and deaths reported in a single day on Wednesday, two weeks after the state’s Supreme Court struck down its statewide stay-at-home order UNJUST!
@realDonaldTrump @CoreysDigs We in Wisconsin are trying to head off a mail in ballot election. Our legislature has filed suit against the election commission. So if the judge rules for the election commission our legislature is once again ready to take it to the Supreme Court. Serious battles here.
@megamattdavis @CoronaVirusPol @otterhoundinex1 @rschwachgarrett @jack @realDonaldTrump “in a Supreme Court contest in Wisconsin in April, about 1,600 ballots were discovered the morning after Election Day in a mail processing facility in Chicago — 1,600 voters whose ballots did not count,” The Hill reports. “Hundreds more who applied for absentee ballots ...
@WiStateJournal With as bad as COVID is there and as stupid as the members of the Supreme Court and the Republicans in the state legislature are, it’ll be a cold day in hell before anyone can convince me or anyone else to move to the next #coronavirus hotspot. WTG Wisconsin!! So much #winning
Wisconsin reports a record number of new coronavirus cases and deaths, 2 weeks after the state’s Supreme Court struck down its stay-at-home order. https://t.co/S3ijGhwBYJ
Wonder if the members of the Wisconsin Supreme Court have chosen to stay indoors for the last two weeks. Something tells me they have. https://t.co/MxUNb9RXGN
@NBCNews @tedlieu The Wisconsin Supreme Court Justices should be held responsible for anyone who has died after their decision. We need to hold JUDGES responsible for their actions. These "free rides" with no responsibility for their actions - especially when harming people need to be corrected.
And so it begins Wisconsin, whose Supreme Court struck down the Governor's stay home order two weeks ago, reports record number of new coronavirus cases, deaths. https://t.co/EbxIh5yJ1W
#COVID19 state tracker for 5/28. Wisconsin continues to spike. Yesterday, it saw its largest increase in number of cases to date...about two weeks after its state supreme court struck down Gov. Evers's stay-at-home order. Coincidence? I don't think so. #StayHome #FlattenTheCurve https://t.co/LpYGbpzuep