Essentially tells the DOJ they must investigate all “clear” & “serious” voter fraud claims. Also say States can’t stop them. Lastly it says DOJ can’t be accused of interfering with an election since vote already occurred.
Now you know why Barr waited. pic.twitter.com/ElRqPypTAJ
— 🇺🇸 3Days3Nights 🇺🇸 (@3days3nights) November 10, 2020
🚨🚨 "When the ballots were scanned and it did not match a voter in the electronic poll book…they were still allowing those ballots to go through to be counted. And that is when the GOP poll watchers were issuing those challenges…and kicked out." 🚨🚨pic.twitter.com/qm7fRRFLUP
— Elizabeth Harrington (@LizRNC) November 10, 2020
The core principle here is not complicated. In the United States of America, all legal ballots must be counted; any illegal ballots must not be; the process should be transparent or observable by all sides, and the courts are here to work through concerns.
Our institutions are built for this. We have the system in place to consider concerns. And President Trump is 100 percent within his rights to look into allegations of irregularities and weigh his legal options.
Twenty years ago, when Florida came down to a very thin margin, we saw Vice President Al Gore exhaust the legal system and wait to concede until December.
And if Trump had been declared a narrow victor, you can bet Democrats would be filing lawsuits everywhere, with the press on their side, as it always is.
Plus: “More broadly, let’s have no lectures about how the president should immediately, cheerfully accept preliminary election results from the same characters who just spent four years refusing to accept the validity of the last election. And who insinuated this one would be illegitimate, too, if they lost again.”