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Facebook Unpublishes Page of Wisconsin’s Top-Ranked Conservative News Site, Wisconsin Right Now


One of our most recent posts defended former Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch against sexism. They unpublished us for our factual coverage of Kyle Rittenhouse and for sharing an iconic piece of journalism about Sept. 11, 2001.

Facebook has censored Wisconsin Right Now, Wisconsin’s top-ranked and award-winning conservative news site, by unpublishing its Facebook page for no legitimate reason, thus censoring voters from learning all sides with the midterm elections looming.

The reasons they gave for hitting us with violations: Our factual coverage of the trial of Kyle Rittenhouse, whom they labeled a dangerous person even though he was acquitted (professional, verified coverage that recently won us a prestigious Milwaukee Press Club award) and a share of a story about the iconic Falling Man story relating to Sept. 11, 2001. They reversed the latter violation but left our “Wisconsin Right Now” Facebook page unpublished, even though the Falling Man violation was the reason they gave for banning it.

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We would note that we have reported on Facebook-linked involvement in Wisconsin’s elections and were the first news outlet in the state to do so. We would also note that, by censoring Wisconsin Right Now, Facebook is preventing Wisconsin readers from learning all of the facts about important stories in a key battleground state with the midterm elections looming. As we have written fact-based investigative pieces into Democratic politicians like Gov. Tony Evers and Attorney General Josh Kaul, as well as about a Democratic challenger to U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, Facebook’s action could be read as giving unfair advantage to Democratic candidates in important races. We also covered Donald Trump rallies as credentialed journalists and have broken many major news stories that other outlets have followed, including breaking the story that the Milwaukee mayor’s brother was involved in a shooting. All major Milwaukee media then followed that story. It’s just one example.

Our Facebook-related election story read, “Several prominent Republican state senators are calling for an investigation into the City of Green Bay’s handling of the November 2020 election, focusing in part on the activities of a liberal operative working for a group that partners with a Mark Zuckerberg-funded organization that gave massive election-related grants to five counties.” Although that’s not a story they censored or cited as a violation, it is worth noting that our coverage has included Facebook itself.

Unbelievably, Facebook said we violated community standards on April 21, 2022, for the old post that was a share of an article about the ICONIC, famous piece of journalism called the Falling Man. The Falling Man is a highly regarded and well-respected evocative magazine article by Esquire Magazine’s Tom Junod. Many consider it the BEST piece of journalism about 9/11. The story we shared linked The Falling Man to the human loss in Kabul, Afghanistan.

We appealed that violation. But as noted, they reversed it (see below for the original post – it was just a story share), but left our page unpublished, even though that was the reason cited for unpublishing it. Got that? Oddly, we shared the story about the Falling Man in August 2021, but Facebook banned our page in April 2022 for it.

We tried to appeal, but when we click on the appeal link in the email they sent us, it goes to an error page.

We pride ourselves on factual coverage. We do not further or traffic in conspiracy theories or false information. We meticulously fact-check all of our stories, file open records requests, interview people, go to scenes, etc. And we have won prestigious journalism awards that recognize the care we put into our work.

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The shared story, which we didn’t write, eloquently and sensitively compared the iconic Falling Man to the horrific scenes of people jumping from planes in Afghanistan. The photo with the story is a famous photo used by MANY credible news sites to properly humanize the horrors of the terrorist attacks. Junod’s search for the Falling Man’s identity is a moving story about the need to humanize the civilians who died that day.

We do NOT have a long history of violations. Let us be blunt. Facebook unpublished us for the Falling Man post and for our coverage last November of the Kyle Rittenhouse trial. That’s because they started restricting us over Rittenhouse.

We wrote a story at that time, explaining that Facebook was hitting Wisconsin Right Now with restrictions because Facebook was removing Rittenhouse’s presumption of innocence and had declared him a dangerous person.

Apparently posting a story about the Falling Man, which they now admit did not violate their community standards, is enough to get us unpublished now because they didn’t like our previous analysis on Rittenhouse, who was acquitted.

What didn’t Facebook like specifically about our Rittenhouse coverage? They socked us with a violation for a fact-based analysis of state firearms laws and the Rittenhouse case that was proven correct (the judge dismissed the charge a couple days later). Then they hit us for complaining that they were banning readers from sharing that post.

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Got that? They thought it was a violation to analyze Wisconsin laws – correctly. They deemed Rittenhouse a dangerous person or organization, removing his presumption of innocence, and didn’t even reverse the violations when he was acquitted by a jury of his peers. They also didn’t like a silly meme we posted about the judge in the Rittenhouse trial playing video games with Rittenhouse.

After that, they banned us from going on Facebook Live and restricted our ability to invite people to our page. That’s even though our Facebook Live coverage of the Kenosha riots was viewed by thousands of people. We simply walked around and showed people what was really going on at a time the media had basically left.

Right now in America, the free flow of information is controlled by a couple of large, unaccountable tech companies. This should frighten all Americans who care about Democracy. You don’t know who is making the decisions and sometimes even why.

Rittenhouse is when they started aggressively watching us. But we had only two violations between our Rittenhouse coverage and being unpublished: The Falling Man story share and a share of a Fox News story, which Facebook’s fact-checkers said was partially false. That’s the only other thing they ever knocked us for.

Facebook Unpublishes Wisconsin Right Now

So got that? To round it up, we were unpublished for:

  • Sharing the story about the iconic journalistic masterpiece on 9/11, The Falling Man
    Sharing a Fox News story deemed “partly false.”
  • Sharing our own fact-based, proven-correct analysis of Wisconsin gun laws and Kyle Rittenhouse.
  • Informing readers that Facebook was unfairly banning people from sharing the fact-based, proven correct analysis of gun laws.
  • A silly, joking and harmless meme about the judge and Rittenhouse playing videogames.


Facebook unpublishes wisconsin right now

That’s it. For that, they are robbing our readers of getting our information. For that, they are trying to prevent readers from learning fact-based topics that the liberal media often won’t report or twists.

But we won’t give up. We will double down and find other ways to get an audience.

For that, Facebook has destroyed the Facebook page of Wisconsin’s top-ranked independent online news site.

On April 21, 2022, Wisconsin Right Now received an email from Facebook informing us that our page was being unpublished because it “violates Facebook pages terms.” As noted, Facebook first started subjecting Wisconsin Right Now to restrictions (limiting our ability to invite new followers, for example, and preventing one of our admins from publishing anything for days) due to our fact-based analysis that the gun charge against Kyle Rittenhouse was likely not allowable under state law. Our original news story had a photo run by MANY news organizations of Rittenhouse with the gun.

We wrote, “State law on when minors can carry guns is extremely confusing, but a careful reading of the wording shows it exonerates Kyle Rittenhouse on the gun charge. He was carrying the gun legally. The Legislature should clean up the law.” Just days after our story, which was based on the judge’s comments in court, the Wisconsin judge dismissed the gun charge using exactly the same analysis. We were told that Facebook had labeled Rittenhouse a dangerous person or organization.

In fact, Wisconsin Right Now helped lead the way in fact-based coverage of that case. We were at the scene as journalists interviewing witnesses that night, and our co-founder Jim Piwowarczyk even found a missing shell casing at the scene that authorities mentioned during the trial. We also wrote stories – including one that won a Milwaukee Press Club award – exploring the weaknesses in the prosecution’s case.

Rittenhouse, of course, who made a self-defense claim, was later acquitted by a jury of his peers. We simply examined the known facts, yet for this Facebook began targeting Wisconsin Right Now.

One of our most recent posts on Facebook denounced an effigy that liberals in Madison made of Republican gubernatorial candidate Rebecca Kleefisch, labeling it sexist. Kleefisch had tweeted a picture of it. We wrote “this is sexist.”

Judge for yourself.

Facebook unpublishes wisconsin right now

Other recent posts were just shares of our stories. Recent stories explored potential gubernatorial candidate Tim Michels’ positions on unions, former Ald. Bob Donovan considering running for state Assembly, Attorney General Josh Kaul’s bad crime lab numbers and clergy sex abuse investigation, a new ad against Tony Evers by the Republican Governors Association, the media’s refusal to cover Kaul’s office’s ties to the Darrell Brooks bail hearings, a column by Congressman Tom Tiffany, and Evers’ vetoes. In short, there were no reasons that Wisconsin Right Now’s Facebook page deserved to be unpublished. The site is offering important news that people can not get elsewhere. We verify facts. If we can’t prove it, we don’t report it.

Per rankings from the Amazon-owned Alexa website ranking site, Wisconsin Right Now is Wisconsin’s #1 independent online conservative news site, and the #2 independent online news site in Wisconsin, outranking many newspapers and television stations in the state. Among conservative outlets, only WISN 1130’s website ranks higher. That’s a talk radio affiliated site. See our rankings here.

We have had millions of readers since we started in August 2020. We are run by two award-winning journalists – Jessica McBride, a journalism educator with 25 years of journalism experience and Jim Piwowarczyk, a small businessman and former law enforcement officer. Wisconsin Right Now is a recipient of prestigious Milwaukee Press Club awards for 2020 and 2021 for its journalism. In fact, we won awards for a photo at the Kenosha riots and for a column on…Rittenhouse.

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State prosecutors rested their case against former President Donald Trump on Monday, capping off four weeks of testimony from 20 witnesses.

The first-ever trial of a former President was one step closer to a conclusion after prosecutors concluded their case Monday. Next up: Trump's attorneys will get a chance to present their defense. The case centered around Trump's alleged sexual encounter with an adult film actress in 2006 and a $130,000 payment to her in 2016 to keep her quiet ahead of the 2016 election. Trump has pleaded not guilty and denied the encounter happened.

Prosecutors allege that Trump covered up the payment to Stormy Daniels and another hush money payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal ahead of the election and covered them up as legal payments.

Trump, 77, is the first former U.S. president to be charged with a felony.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg charged Trump with 34 counts of falsifying business records related to money paid to Daniels and McDougal. Bragg has alleged Trump broke New York law when he falsified business records with the intent to commit or conceal another crime.

Prosecutors allege Trump falsified internal records kept by his company, hiding the true nature of payments that involve Daniels ($130,000), McDougal ($150,000), and Trump's former personal lawyer Michael Cohen ($420,000). Prosecutors allege the money was logged as legal expenses, not reimbursements. Both Cohen and Daniels testified during the trial.

Daniels detailed the alleged 2006 sexual encounter and testified she "blacked out." She also said Trump didn't wear a condom. Defense attorneys asked for a mistrial after that testimony, which they argued was prejudicial.

Judge Juan Merchan denied that motion and repeatedly fined Trump for his comments and social media activity outside of the courtroom. Merchan ordered Trump to pay a total of $10,000 for violations of the gag order.

The gag order remains in place. Trump, the nation's 45th president, is prohibited from making or directing others to make public statements about the jurors, witnesses, attorneys, court staff, district attorney staff and family members of staff.

It is not clear if Trump plans to take the stand in his own defense. He previously said he would take the stand if necessary.

Under New York state law, falsifying business records in the first degree is a Class E felony that carries a maximum sentence of four years in prison.

In late March, Trump said that he wasn't worried about a conviction when asked if he thought a conviction could hurt his chances of returning to the White House.

"It could also make me more popular because the people know it's a scam," he said. "It's a Biden trial, there is no trial, there's a Biden trial."

Whatever happens during the trial, Trump will be protected by the U.S. Secret Service.

Even if convicted and sentenced to jail, Trump could continue his campaign to retake the White House.

"The Constitution does not bar felons from serving as President," said Richard Hasen, professor of law and political science at the University of California, Los Angeles.

Trump could not pardon himself from any state charges, Hasen said.

Federal Scholarship Program Under Fire For Alleged Bias Against Conservatives

Lawmakers have threatened to revoke the appropriations for a federally-funded scholarship program that an audit found favors liberally leaning students over conservatives by a ratio of 10 to 1.

The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation was established in the 1970s to award scholarships to students who “demonstrate outstanding potential for and who plan to pursue a career in public service.”

An audit of those scholarships performed by the right-leaning American Enterprise Institute, though, reported strong liberal bias at the taxpayer-funded foundation.

“While this role suggests these programs should include scholars who reflect a breadth of views, values, and interests, their participants instead display a stark ideological tilt,” AEI said in its report.

The foundation does have members of both parties on its board, including U.S. Rep. Kay Granger, R-Texas, and U.S. Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kans.

Notably, President Joe Biden's Education Secretary Miguel Cardona also sits on the board.

House Republican lawmakers on leadership on the relevant committees sent a letter to foundation Executive Secretary Terry Babcock-Lumish demanding answers.

“Between 2021 and 2023, the Truman Foundation selected 182 Truman winners,” the letter said. “Yet, despite the Truman Foundation’s claims that it ‘supports scholars from a wide range of perspectives, interests, and geographic areas,’ just six recipients espoused interest in a cause traditionally considered conservative-leaning.

“Not a single winner professed interest in causes such as protecting the rights of the unborn or defending the Second Amendment,” the letter continued. “By contrast, the Foundation selected at least 74 winners professing interest in a progressive cause.”

The foundation awards about 60 scholarships every year.

“As a publicly funded award charged with preparing the civic leaders of tomorrow, the Truman Scholarship should, at a bare minimum, be reflective of the country’s breadth of values, viewpoints, and interests,” the letter said. “The Truman Foundation requested approximately $3 million in appropriations for the upcoming fiscal year. However, if the Truman Scholarship functions as a career booster solely for students of a particular political persuasion, it should no longer be worthy of Congressional support, taxpayer funding, or its exalted public image.”

Education and the Workforce Committee Chairwoman Virginia Foxx, R-N.C., Subcommittee on Higher Education and Workforce Development Chairman Burgess Owens, R-Utah., and Subcommittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies Chairman Robert Aderholt, R-Ala., led the letter.

The foundation did not respond to a request for comment in time for publication.

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The Assembly Committee on Campaigns and Elections and the Senate Committee on Shared Revenue, Elections and Consumer Protection held a hearing Thursday with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, some local election clerks and Fond du Lac County’s district attorney.

“We're not trying to get anybody into a bad spot here, or in a corner, or make accusations on that level,” Sen. Dan Knodl, R-Germantown, said. “We want our clerks, who are already stressed enough, to know that we are here to be there as an assist to them.”

Rep. Scott Krug, R-Nekoosa, said he wants to make sure voters have faith in Wisconsin’s electoral process.

“This is one of the topics that hit our inboxes quite a bit the last three months or so,” Krug added. “We thought it’s pretty important just to vet it out, to get all the information out to the public.”

The Wisconsin Elections Commission was invited to Thursday’s meeting but didn’t attend because commissioners were having a meeting of their own. But that left lawmakers’ questions unanswered.

Wis-DOT Deputy Secretary Kristina Boardman said Wisconsin is known as a strict voter ID state.

“I want to make very clear that Wis-DOT is required to provide free identification cards for U.S. citizens that request them for the purposes of voting, and that to be eligible for that free identification card one must be a U.S. citizen and at least 17 years of age,” Boardman said. “Wis-DOT staff do not determine voter eligibility or register anyone to vote. Someone who has a Wisconsin ID or a driver's license is eligible to register to vote online, and that information will be confirmed with Wisconsin DMV systems to ensure that the information entered for voter registration is consistent with the DMV's records

Boardman said in Wisconsin, less than a fraction of one percent of ID requests are fraudulent.

“We put together [a] case activity report, assemble all of the documentation that we have, we have the investigator that had the case pull that together, and we do refer that to law enforcement so that they can take whatever action is appropriate,” Boardman added. “We note what statutes we believe may have been violated. And then it's up to law enforcement to take action.”

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(The Center Square) – On Tuesday, the Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate voted to override nine vetoes from Gov. Tony Evers, including the vetoes that scuttled PFAS clean-up money, millions of dollars that were earmarked for hospitals in Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls and a plan that would allow advanced practice registered nurses to work more independently.

“The legislature has passed hundreds of bills to solve problems facing Wisconsin businesses and families. Most of these bills were signed into law, but many were vetoed by a governor more focused on politics than policies that help everyday Wisconsinites,” Senate Majority Leader Devin LeMahieu said Tuesday. “Overriding the governor’s obstructive vetoes is the last, best way to address these critical issues.”

The override votes came one day after Evers sued the legislature over nearly $200 million that is attached to some of his vetoes.

Most of that money is the $125 million that’s supposed to go toward PFAS clean up in Wisconsin.

“For the fifth time this legislative session, I voted to provide Wisconsin families with the largest investment in clean drinking water in state history – five more times than every Democrat legislator in this state combined. The bill that Gov. Evers vetoed (SB 312) would have created a grant program that targets this critical funding to areas of the state most heavily impacted by PFAS contamination while protecting innocent landowners from financial ruin,” Sen Duey Stroebel, R-Cedarburg, said.

Evers has accused the legislature’s budget-writing Joint Finance Committee of obstructing his plans to clean up Wisconsin’s drinking water, and of delaying his other actions across the state.

LeMahieu said Evers is simply playing the game.

“While Gov. Evers plays politics, the legislature will continue to do the right thing on behalf of the people of our state,” LeMahieu added.

Senate Democrats responded with game-playing accusations of their own.

“Coming in to do all these veto overrides was clearly a stunt to try to appeal to voters ahead of the fall election,” Den. Mark Spreitzer, D-Beloit, said. “Clearly Republicans were hearing from things in their district and wanted political cover. I don't think they got political cover today. I think what they got was people realizing just how afraid they are.”

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While Republicans in the Wisconsin Senate have a veto-proof majority, Republicans in the Wisconsin Assembly do not.

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Trump Holds Lead Over Biden Heading Toward November

With less than half a year until the 2024 presidential election, former President Donald Trump holds a sizable lead over incumbent President Joe Biden in several swing states.

While the overall national polling varies and shows a tighter race, Trump holds significant leads in several swing states.

According to Real Clear Politics, Trump leads in a slew of key battleground states like Arizona (+5.2), Georgia (+4.6), Michigan (+0.8), Nevada (+6.2), North Carolina (+5.4), Pennsylvania (+2.0), and Wisconsin (+0.6).

Other polling has shown Trump with a dominant lead in the Sun Belt while performing less well against Biden in some rust belt swing states.

“As the old saying goes, good gets better and bad gets worse, and it’s clear President Biden is in bad shape right now,” Colin Reed, a Republican strategist, former campaign manager for U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., and co-founder of South and Hill Strategies, told The Center Square. “Five and a half months is an eternity in politics, and there’s theoretically still time to right the ship, but it’s getting late early for the president, especially when Father Time remains undefeated and doubts about his age continue to grow. “

According to the Real Clear Politics’ national polling average, Trump leads Biden 46.1% to 44.9%.

A New York Times poll released this week showed leads for Trump in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania but slightly trailing Biden in Wisconsin, raising concerns among supporters.

Trump’s lead has been in large part fueled by minority voters flocking to his side.

Meanwhile, Biden’s approval rating has plummeted since taking office. While that is not unusual for incumbents, Biden’s approval is lower than recent presidents.

Gallup recently released polling data showing that in the 13th quarter of Biden’s presidency, he averaged a 38.7% approval rating, worse than Trump at the same time in his term.

“None of the other nine presidents elected to their first term since Dwight Eisenhower had a lower 13th-quarter average than Biden,” Gallup said.

Axios reported this week that Biden and his team think the polls don’t represent Americans’ actual feelings and that the president’s position is strong.

“They're still 50% (well 45%) to win, per betting markets,” pollster Nate Silver wrote on X. “But Biden has been behind Trump in polls for a year now. His approval is in the tank, and voters have been clear they think he's too old. If Trump wins, history will not remember Biden kindly.”

Meanwhile, Trump spends valuable campaign time in a series of court appearances for his myriad of federal prosecution court dates.

“I’m under a gag order,” Trump told reporters after a court appearance Tuesday. “Nobody has actually seen anything like it ... I'm beating him in every poll and I have a gag order, so I think it's totally unconstitutional."

Republicans have blasted Biden for Trump’s prosecution, accusing Biden of using the Justice Department against his political opponent.

“Despite Far Left Democrats’ illegal election interference, President Trump is beating Joe Biden in the polls!” Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., wrote on X Tuesday. “Voters see right through the sham Biden Trials and know President Trump is the best choice for president.”


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