A Milwaukee election official was trying to prove flaws in the absentee ballot process.
Milwaukee Election Commission's Deputy Director Kimberly Zapata was ordering and sending military absentee ballots to the home of GOP state Rep. Janel Brandtjen.
When Mayor Cavalier Johnson learned what happened, he ordered Zapata fired.
During an interview with the Epoch Times, Brandtjen confirmed she did not request the ballots.
She added, "I believe someone was trying to point out how easy it is to get military ballots."
Johnson rejected that as an explanation for what had happened.
He stated that it "does not matter that this might have been an effort to expose a vulnerability."
He continued, "It does not matter that this alleged crime did not take place at work. It does not matter that City of Milwaukee ballots were not part of this.
"Nor does it matter that there was no attempt to vote illegally or tamper with election results."
Clearly, this was not the way to go about this.
However, it clearly shows we have a problem on our hands, and we all know where there is smoke, there is fire.
Source: Fox News