Evening Standard - By Sean Morrison@seanmorrison_10 November 2020T
The US Attorney General has authorised prosecutors to pursue "substantial allegations" of voting irregularities before the presidential election is certified, despite little evidence of fraud.
William Barr’s action comes days after Democrat Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump and raises the prospect that Mr Trump will use the Justice Department to try to challenge the outcome.
It gives prosecutors the ability to go around long-standing Justice Department policy that normally would prohibit such overt actions before the election is formally certified.
His move prompted the top lawyer overseeing voter fraud investigations to resign in protest.
Richard Pilger, who for years has served as director of the Election Crimes Branch, announced he was stepping down from that post after he read "the new policy and its ramifications.”
Mr Trump has not conceded the election and is instead claiming without evidence that there has been a widespread, multi-state conspiracy by Democrats to skew the vote tally in Mr Biden's favour.
Mr Biden holds a significant lead in multiple battleground states and there has been no indication of enough improperly counted or illegally cast votes that would shift the outcome.
There have been minor issues that are typical in elections, including voting machines breaking and ballots that were miscast and lost.
However, election officials from both political parties have publicly stated the election went well.
In a memo to US attorneys, Mr Barr wrote that investigations "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".
States have until December 8 to resolve election disputes, including recounts and court contests over the results. Members of the Electoral College meet on December 14 to finalise the outcome.
AG Barr Turns His Sights On George Soros
Attorney General Bill Barr appears to have turned his attention to far left billionaire George Soros.
AG Barr spoke with Martha MacCallum on FOX News, calling out Soros for subverting the legal system in the United States and causing an “increase in violent crime and more victims” by systematically bankrolling radical district attorney races throughout the US.
Barr said that many of Soros’ backed candidates are causing havoc across the country in the form of more crime and violence as the left-wing prosecutors often cause law enforcement officers to consider whether they "have their back."
Barr noted the Soros-backed prosecutors are “not very supportive of law enforcement” but are more concerned about “pursuing other social agendas."
Is AG Barr just 'passing the buck' to the US Attorneys in each state and abide by THEIR findings as to whether or not to proceed to a High Court decision? How many of the US Attorneys are Democrats?
The bottom line is for the people to regain their original, moral principles, which have intentionally been watered out over the past generations by our press, TV, and other media owned by the Illuminati/Bilderberger Group, corrupting our morals by making misbehaviour acceptable to our society. Only in this way shall we conquer this oncoming wave of evil.
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