Tuesday, November 10, 2020

AG Barr authorizes DOJ probe of allegations of ‘voting irregularities’; Ten GOP AGs File Amicus Brief with SCOTUS in PA Ballot Case, as MORE Voting Issues PILE UP

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AG Barr authorizes DOJ probe of allegations of ‘voting irregularities’ in 2020 election:
Attorney General Bill Barr has authorized a Justice Department probe of allegations of “voting irregularities” — despite little evidence of voting fraud in the 2020 presidential election, a report said Monday.
The Associated Press reported the move by Barr Monday evening, but did not provide specifics on what the probe would focus on or what allegations they would investigate.
President Trump and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani have repeatedly made broad allegations of voter fraud in a number of states, but have not provided evidence for their claims. --->READ MORE HERE
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Ten Republican Attorneys General File Amicus Brief with Supreme Court in Pennsylvania Ballot Case:
A group of ten Republican attorneys general announced Monday that they are filing an amicus brief with the Supreme Court in a case challenging mail ballots in Pennsylvania, arguing that the state increased the risk of fraud in the election.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt led the group in submitting the brief, which asks the Supreme Court to reverse a recent decision by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court allowing mail-in ballots to be received three days after Election Day, including those lacking a postmark to prove they were mailed by Election Day
The brief argues the state court’s ruling was unconstitutional in that it violated the separation of powers. The attorneys general also argue that with the ruling, Pennsylvania exacerbated the risks of voter fraud in connection with absentee ballots. --->READ MORE HERE
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