He instructed the audit bureau to investigate.
And he hired three retired detectives and former conservative state Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman to conduct their own fishing expedition.
One of the retired cops is Mike Sandvick, who went on to work for the Republican Party of Wisconsin and a tea party group.
So that gives you a clue about his partisanship.
And Gableman is as partisan as you can get. He encouraged delegates at the Republican state convention not to give up on challenging the results of the November 3rd election. “This is where we draw the line,” he said.
But even with all that Vos has shamelessly done to indulge the far right in his party about the Big Lie, it’s not enough for them, and it’s not enough for the Big Liar himself, who baselessly accused Vos of “working hard to cover up election corruption in Wisconsin.”
Thus does the Big Lie engender little lies, and there’s not only an insatiable appetite for the Big Lie and littler lies on the far right. There’s an insatiable appetite for overturning democracy.
And they’re happy to eat their own on their way to accomplishing that perfidy, so Robin Vos, watch out: You may be next on their menu.