By Duncan Smith
Attorney General William Barr is, by far, one of the most honorable men in Washington, D.C.
He knows what the deep state tried to do to President Donald Trump was not just dishonest but seditious.
Spying on and undermining a duly elected president, once upon a time, would likely have earned a traitor a death sentence.
But we don’t live in those times anymore. Far from it.
We live in times now that are as politically divisive as those years leading up to our Civil War.
And the spark that may trigger another one is just around the corner. Marxist Democrats are about to light the match with massive mail-in vote fraud.
What’s more, Barr knows it.
In an interview on CNN, one of the network’s most partisan hacks, Wolf Blitzer, parroted the same narrative all of the other Democrat activists posing as journalists have parroted up to now: ‘There is no widespread vote fraud. We don’t have any evidence that there is.’
First of all, that statement alone is a lie. Of course, there is evidence, and it gets reported all the time (just not by the big Left-leaning corporate media).
Secondly, we may have evidence yet of ‘widespread mail-in ballot fraud’ because we’ve never had widespread mail-in balloting.
But we’re about to. And that’s what alarms Barr. He sees the writing on the wall.
“A bipartisan commission chaired by Jimmy Carter and James Baker said back in 2009 that mail-in voting is fraught with the risk of fraud and cohesion,” Barr said (actually it was 2005 but…).
Blitzer tried to interrupt and claim it’s not that way anymore.
“Let me talk,” said Barr emphatically. “And since that time there’ve been in the newspapers in networks in academic studies saying it is open to fraud and coercion, the only time the narrative changed was after this administration.”
There is MUCH more, such as, Barr actually explained why fraud is likely to be rampant with mail-in balloting versus absentee balloting (Hint: Think out-of-date voter registration lists).
You need to spread this interview far and wide.
— Eric Trump (@EricTrump) September 3, 2020
Another underlying message Barr is attempting to get across: We should not be using a presidential election as our ‘mail-in voting’ test bed.