Attorney General Bill Barr has put a memo to federal prosecutors across the country, telling them to see if there is not just any, but substantial allegations of voter fraud. It comes just after days after Joe Biden was named the projected winner of the 2020 presidential election.
President Trump has not yet conceded claiming voter frauds in the election without supporting evidence. Attorney General Bill Barr breaking his post-election silence in a two-page memo writing, “While Serious allegations should be handled with great care,specious, speculative, fanciful or far-fetched claims should not be a basis for initiating federal inquiries. Nothing here should be taken as an indication that the department has concluded that voting irregularities have impacted the outcome of any election.”
“Given that voting in our current elections has now concluded, I authorize you to pursue substantial allegations of voting and vote tabulation irregularities prior to the certification of elections in your jurisdictions,” Mr. Barr said in a statement.
Barrs actions will allow attorneys to workaround just as department policy that would generally prohibit investigations before the election has been certified.
Attorney Barr further wrote, “Such inquiries and reviews may be conducted if there are clear and apparently -credible allegations of irregularitiesthat, if true, could potentially impact the outcome of a federal election in an individual state.” adding this action is necessary for voters to have full confidence in the results of our elections.
States have until December 8 to resolve election disputes.
White House Press secretary Kaylee McInerny representing the Trump campaign claimed without evidence that Democrats are “Welcoming frauds.”
Trump’s Attorney Rudy Guiliani claims republican observers were blocked from ballot-counting rooms.
Richard Pilger, Director of the Elections crime branch of the justice department, filed his resignation. He is also the winner of an integrity award in the justice department. He cites in his Memo resignation, “Having familiarised myself with a new policy and its ramifications and in accord with the best tradition of the Jhon C. Ankeny award for exceptional integrity and professionalism, my most cherished departmental recognition. I must regretfully resign from my role as Director of the election crimes branch.”