In a memo to U.S. attorneys, Barr indicated that no investigation is off-limits so long as 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."
This is big news that comes on the heels of an announcement from President Trump's campaign that it has filed a lawsuit in Pennsylvania over the alleged "creation and implementation of an illegal 'two-tiered voting system for the election.'"
According to Matt Morgan, Trump's general counsel, votes were handled differently in Pennsylvania depending on who they were cast for, with Trump ballots being tossed aside and made to disappear in some areas.
"We believe this two-tiered election system resulted in potentially fraudulent votes being counted without proper verification or oversight," Morgan indicated in a statement.
The Trump campaign is seeking an emergency injunction to stop Pennsylvania officials from certifying a "victory" for Joe Biden in the state.
As we earlier reported, Pennsylvania's Supreme Court clearly violated the law by declaring at the last minute that votes submitted after election day could still be counted. This allowed for Trump's nearly 800,000-vote lead in the state to be wiped out in the middle of the night by an onslaught of mystery ballots.
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Another lawsuit has reportedly been filed in Wayne County, Mich., by poll watchers who say they personally witnessed unvalidated votes being processed, as well as duplicate votes from people who had already voted.
Similar allegations of fraud have emerged from Clark County, Nev., Milwaukee, and Atlanta, meaning there is much more to come before any of these states will ever be certified for one candidate or the other.
We also have undercover video footage captured by Project Veritas that shows poll workers in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and elsewhere stating that they were told by their supervisors to illegally backdate ballots.
As evidence of vote fraud becomes increasingly more prominent and undeniable, some of the major news networks are quietly backtracking on their projections.
On Monday, Real Clear Politics, for instance, pulled its call for Biden winning Pennsylvania. CNN also appears to have switched Arizona back to "gray," meaning there is no clear winner there, either.
On election night, Biden was roughly three-quarters of a million votes behind Trump, it is important to emphasize. By the next morning, however, he was ahead with the help of more than one million new mystery votes that appeared out of nowhere.
While it could take some time for the truth to fully pan out, we are encouraged by the fact that Barr is hopefully doing something this time to help move things in the right direction. The Supreme Court will also have its say as well, which is sure to shake things up on numerous fronts.
"Barr stalled as part of the coverup," wrote one skeptical commenter at The Gateway Pundit who apparently sees things differently. "He is on the other side. Barr will now seize and hide evidence, and claim secrecy due to an investigation. That is his standard coverup technique."
According to this same commenter, Barr only "stepped in" for public relations purposes, and "to eliminate the availability of evidence for the upcoming court battles."
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