Attorney General William Barr tells federal prosecutors to begin investigating all allegations of voter fraud and voting irregularities, even though there is no evidence.
Barr’s memo to prosecutors says to set aside any allegations that show no signs of having an impact on the outcome of the election.
Richard Pilger, the director of the Election Crimes Branch of the DOJ which oversees investigations of voter fraud, resigns from his position just hours later.
Earlier in the day, Barr had a private meeting with Sen. Mitch McConnell. Afterwards, McConnell and the Senate Majority amplified Trump’s claims by supporting his “right” to pursue court cases with no evidence.
As of this morning, Trump was down more than 10,000 votes in Georgia, more than 20,000 in Wisconsin, more than 30,000 in Nevada, more than 40,000 in Pennsylvania, and 146,000 in Michigan.
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