Fighting for Life & Liberty
Throughout her legal career, Attorney Karen Mueller has been a staunch defender of the unborn and vulnerable adults.
Karen has worked in the areas of civil rights, employment law, and elder law. She has been an ally of the Alliance Defending Freedom since 2008 and has served on the Board of the Wisconsin State Bar's Civil Rights section since 2013. In 2014, she ran unsuccessfully for Congress in Wisconsin's Third District. She has served as a Board Member of the Chippewa County Republican Party since 2015, the Chippewa County Republican Women since 2015, and was active in the Wisconsin Federation of Republican Women for several years.
In 2020, she founded the Amos Center for Justice & Liberty as she watched our civil and constitutional rights being trampled by governmental actors or other working to accomplish the government's goals.
She actively worked to expose the election steal in Wisconsin in 2020 by filing an original action with the Supreme Court of Wisconsin, Mueller v WEC (Jacobs) regarding the illegal nature of the absentee ballot dropboxes. Over 500 of these dropboxes were used illegally around the state and were approved for use, without benefit of legislation, by Speaker of the Assembly Robin Vos, former President of the Senate Scott Fitzgerald (now a U.S. Congressman), members of the Wisconsin Election Commission, and staff such as Megan Wolfe. The Absentee Ballot Dropbox Guidelines were created by and pushed out of a subagency of the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security, the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Services Agency (CISA). These unconstitutional guidelines were pushed through national non-profits such as NCSL and NASS for the purpose of ensuring that the number of ballot drop boxes would be greatly increased all over the country. Although the Wisconsin Supreme Court (in a 4-3 decision) declined to hear Amos Center's case, a follow up case filed in circuit court by the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty (WILL), Teigen v WEC made its way to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. In July of 2022, the court agreed that the absentee ballot drop boxes and the guidelines Megan Wolfe created from the CISA documents were in fact illegal under Wisconsin election law.
Karen continued to fight against the election illegalities that had been uncovered, but in 2021 those issues took a back seat to the growing number of calls she received from people who needed religious exemptions at work or school or had lost their jobs for refusing to take the "jabs." Then even those cases gave way to the high number of frantic family members who called asking for help regarding obtaining Ivermectin for their loved ones in hospitals throughout the state and around the country. Karen's first major case of that kind was Gahl v Aurora Hospital which is set to be heard by the Wisconsin Supreme Court on January 17, 2023.
Following the news stories of that case, Karen began receiving many, many phone calls from people who believed that their loved ones were being killed or had already been killed by the Covid 19 protocols created by the federal government that were being used by hospitals throughout the state in order to continue receiving their Medicare/Medicaid reimbursements and significant financial incentives for compliance. These protocols suppressed the use of a safe and effective drug, Ivermectin, while at the same time called for the use of Remdesivir and Baricitinib (two very dangerous drugs), which led to countless people being placed on ventilators until the hospitals required families to agree to comfort care and DNRs for their loved ones.
In 2022, Karen entered the political arena to run for Attorney General of Wisconsin in order to give people who believed that their loved ones had been killed or injured due to the "jabs" or in hospitals due to the Covid 19 protocols, a voice. She promised to open investigations into these deaths and injuries and if the facts were verified, she would prosecute the criminals and murderers in this criminal enterprise, if elected Attorney General of Wisconsin.
Although Karen did not win the 3-way Primary, she won about 26% of the vote and gained a strong number of supporters throughout the state. Since August, she has returned to her work at the Amos Center for Justice & Liberty and is concentrating on growing this public interest law firm so that the people who are responsible for causing the needless deaths of so many citizens are held accountable civilly.
Christian, Constitutional, and Conservative Attorney
Founder and General Counsel of Amos Center for Justice and Liberty
Ally of Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) since 2008
Executive Board Member of the State Bar of Wisconsin Civil Rights Section since 2015.
Member of the Wisconsin State Bar Association since 2001
Join the fight.
If you are a person with legal skills, please consider contacting Karen regarding the possibility of joining us in this fight for justice for the tens of thousands of victims around the country of these evil governmental actors and their schemes at email@example.com
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