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Barr tells federal prosecutors to look into unsubstantiated allegations of voting irregularities



Attorney General William Barr reminded federal prosecutors on Monday that they would need to look into the allegations of voting irregularities before states proceed with certification of results in the coming weeks. But the country’s top federal law enforcement official has provided no indication that the Justice Department provided evidence to support President Donald Trump’s allegation of massive fraud in last week’s election. . In his memo, Barr notes that while “most allegations of alleged electoral misconduct are of such magnitude that they would not impact the outcome of an election and, therefore, the investigation can be postponed in an appropriate manner, this is not always the case ”. “In addition, any concerns that overt actions taken by the Department might inadvertently impact an election are greatly minimized, if they exist, once the vote is over, even if voter certification is not yet complete.” , he wrote. Barr’s letter to criminal prosecutors broke a multi-day silence that has been embarrassing as Trump and his campaign lawyers held press conferences and filed lawsuits that were devoid of any evidence of widespread fraud. Trump says voting irregularities are the reason he is behind in the states he would need to win re-election and has refused to concede defeat to President-elect Joe Biden. A justice official said no one asked or ordered Barr to release his memo. # 2020Election #CNN #News.

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