Attorney General William Barr Authorizes DOJ Investigation Massive Voting Fraud.
Barr Authorizes Investigation Voting Fraud. Attorney General William Barr in a memo issued authorized the Justice Department (DOJ) to investigate the Massive Voting Fraud in the Corrupt 2020 Presidential Election.
The memo was addressed and signed from William Barr to U.S. Attorneys, the assistant attorneys general for the DOJ’s criminal division, civil rights division, the national security division, and the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Christopher Wray.
“Now that the voting has concluded, it is 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,” the memo read.
Barr’s memo comes after 39 House Republicans pressed Barr in a letter on Friday to allow available DOJ resources to look into allegations of Massive Voting Fraud across the country in several key battleground states. The Donald Trump campaign has filed a number of lawsuits in some of those states.
William Barr said in his memo that, although the states have the primary responsibility to conduct and supervise elections, the DOJ has “an obligation to ensure that federal elections are conducted in such a way that the American people can have full confidence in their electoral process and their government.”
“I provide this authority and guidance to emphasize the need to timely and appropriately address allegations of Massive Voting Fraud so that all of the American people, regardless of their preferred candidate or party, can have full confidence in the results of our elections,” William Barr said.
“The American people and the leaders they freely elect deserve nothing less,” William Barr said.