Posted originally on the conservative house on June 11, 2021 | Sundance | 489 Comments
Apparently the DOJ is very worried about the ongoing movements to audit U.S. election systems and identify voter fraud issues. Attorney General Merrick Garland announces today that the Justice Department will double the number of federal employees inside the DOJ civil rights division and scrutinize any post-election audits for evidence of voting law violations.
Obviously the first set of inquiries into U.S. election systems is discovering multiple flaws and ways that vote outcomes can be manipulated. More states are taking note of the myriad of election integrity issues as an outcome of the 2020 election which was transparently flawed. The groundswell is picking up and several states are reviewing the audit procedures currently underway in Arizona.
Not surprisingly, today the DOJ Attorney General announces the federal government is prepared to intervene in order to retain the status quo. WATCH: