From Election Day, up until now, reports have circulated that the election was less than fair and open. We’ve seen video of postal workers admitting to cheating, counting houses covering up windows, and political operatives revealing they harvest ballots. President Trump himself had warned for months of the dangers of voter fraud, yet our media has ignored him.
Right now, is the time to question everything we hear from the mainstream media. They’d be very glad if we just gave up and refused to fight. But there is too much smoke for us to ignore this fire. Democrats are trying to steal this election. Many say that if we don’t fight now, we’ll never have a fair election again.
Trump has vowed to fight this all the way to the Supreme Court, which he has. Investigations are brewing all over the country. Now, Attorney General Barr has released his prosecutors to go after the many reports of voter fraud.
Attorney General William Barr has reportedly authorized federal prosecutors to pursue “substantial allegations” of voting irregularities from the 2020 election before the results are certified…
Barr said that now that the voting has concluded, it was “imperative that the American people can trust that our elections were conducted in such a way that the outcomes accurately reflect the will of the voters.” Barr said that the Department of Justice (DOJ) had an obligation to make sure that federal elections were conducted in a manner that voters can have “full confidence in their electoral process and their government.”
… “Such inquiries and reviews may be conducted if there are clear and apparently-credible allegations of irregularities that, if true, could potentially impact the outcome of a federal election in an individual State.” [Source: Daily Wire]
Barr directed prosecutors not to chase after “specious” rumors about fraud, but legitimate allegations. Oh, do you think there are a few “substantial” reports floating around? I think I do.
Michigan had a computer “glitch” that flipped an entire race in a Republican’s favor. That same software is used in many states. Pennsylvania counting houses refused to let Republican observers watch the process. Arizona and Nevada dragged out the counting process, an unusual development given our country’s long history of elections. Then there the questionable stories coming out of Georgia—spark demands for recanvassing and recounts.
Let’s also keep in mind that the states where Biden got a surprise win have him winning by an extremely slim margin, in some cases under 1%. That strongly suggests ballot harvesting was done to help the Democrat get just enough votes to beat Trump’s commanding lead. Then, there are the many instances of family members discovering their dead relatives voted this year (some being day for over 30 years).
There is more than enough evidence to suggest Democrats tried to steal this election. The Department of Justice has a more than an obligation—they are required by the highest standards of law and justice to confront and expose these crimes.
If they refuse to do that, what good are they?