Trump Releases Letter from US Attorney Claiming Barr Told Him Not to Probe Election
Trump made the remarks yesterday at the CPAC event in Texas.
President Donald Trump has revealed that the US Attorney in Pennsylvania sent him a letter claiming former AG Bill Barr urged him not to investigate allegations of voter fraud in the 2020 Election.
Trump made the remarks on Sunday at the CPAC event in Texas.
Trump told the Texas crowd that a former US Attorney in Pennsylvania said Barr told him not to investigate election crimes.
Trump released the letter from former US Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, William McSwain.
McSwain shared the following:
Read below the letter from a former US Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Last month, Trump torched Barr in a blistering statement, branding him a “RINO” for failing to investigate election fraud.
Trump wrote in a statement at the time:
“RINO former Attorney General Bill Barr failed to investigate election fraud and really let down the American people."
Barr defended his statement to the Associated Press, saying his department had “not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election."
Trump slammed Barr in a statement:
“It’s people in authority like Bill Barr that allow the crazed Radical Left to succeed,” he wrote.
“He and other RINOs in the Republican Party are being used in order to try to convince people that the election was legitimate when so many incredible facts have now come out to show conclusively that it wasn’t.”
Neon Nettle reported in May that officials appointed a top prosecutor to investigate an "error" that caused Dominion Voting Systems machines not to display Republican ballots.
The alarm was raised by voters in Luzerne County after they witnessed a ballot only labeled for the Democratic primary on the first screen.
Ballots would show Republican when printed, despite only showing Democrats on the screen.