AP News reports the U.S. Attorney General William Barr is authorizing the Department of Justice to investigate what he calls, credible allegations of voter fraud.

Recounts in states too close to call are beginning and lawsuits alleging fraud are being filed.

President Trump has not conceded the election. He is pushing forward with what he sees as evidence of a widespread, multi-state conspiracy by Democrats.

To be clear, every election has fraud. The question Mr. Barr and the DOJ will have to answer is, was the fraud in this election wide spread enough to change the results we currently see in front of us?

That was the same question for 3 years as the Democrat party and the media pursued allegations of meddling in the previous election by the Russian government. It turned out that there was meddling but not on a scale that would have made any difference. Now the Trump campaign is asking why the media is not pursuing these allegations.

Mr. Barr issued a memo that was intercepted by AP news and released by that news organization stating “investigations may be conducted if 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.”

Back in 2019 AP news released a story citing security problems with voting software saying it was open to manipulation. So did that happen? Certainly there were machines that flipped votes. In Michigan it is alleged that 47 Counties Use Software That Caused 6,000 Votes To Switch From Trump To Biden. Was it tampering? Was it enough to change the result of the election in those districts? This is what Mr. Barr wants to have a closer look at.

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