What Is Bill Barr Going to Do? by Larry C Johnson

Voter Fraud

There are a lot of Trump supporters who are very frustrated, even angry, with the silence of Attorney General Bill Barr in the wake of last Tuesday’s attempted Democrat heist of the Presidential election. But there are indications that Barr, who understands what it takes to fight the entrenched bureaucracy that is aligned with a conspiracy that involves the media, tech companies and computer software companies supplying voting machines, is preparing to move in a dramatic, far reaching strike to expose this fraud.

Let us start with Barr’s contentious interview with Wolf Blitzer.

I have a dear friend who knows Barr very well. Rarely does he show this kind of visceral anger. I find it difficult to believe that in the ensuing two months, Barr has decided to curl up into a fetal position and allow the Republic to be eviscerated.

Now look at the actions on Monday. Barr, following DOJ protocol, sent a letter authorizing federal prosecutors across the U.S. to pursue “substantial allegations” of voting irregularities. That same day, the DOJ official in charge of voter fraud investigations, Richard Pilger, resigned.

Pilger is a compromised deep stater. I believe his resignation was, at a minimum, encouraged by Barr.

In tandem with the DOJ moves, President Trump fired Secretary of Defense Espers. The reason, I believe is simple–Trump wanted to ensure he had someone running the DOD who was not going to meddle in domestic politics. Trump followed up by installing Kash Patel, a National Security Council official and former congressional aide as chief of staff to new acting Defense Secretary.

Trump and Barr are not rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic. They are making sure that loyal people are in place who will ensure that the orders of the President are enforced.

To understand what Barr is preparing to confront you must understand the following. I will put it simply–there was an organized conspiracy to interfere in the Presidential election and thwart the will of the voters.

First, six states stopped counting the votes on election night at approximately the same time. Five of the six are ruled by Democrat Governors.

Second, millions of dollars flowed to Black Lives Matter and then were re-routed to Act Blue, which in turn deposited this money into the coffers of the Democrats. This was not legal. It is criminal for a “charitable” organization to divert those funds to political campaigns. This is a money laundering charge.

Third, hundreds of thousands of ballots suddenly appeared in the middle of the night in several of the contested states where Trump was ahead. In Michigan, for example, over 200,000 ballots for Biden appeared magically. Pennsylvania’s mail in ballots show similar problems:

More than 20,000 absentee ballots in Pennsylvania have impossible return dates and another more than 80,000 have return dates that raise questions, according to a researcher’s analysis of the state’s voter database.

Over 51,000 ballots were marked as returned just a day after they were sent out—an extraordinary speed, given U.S. Postal Service (USPS) delivery times, while nearly 35,000 were returned on the same day they were mailed out. Another more than 23,000 have a return date earlier than the sent date. More than 9,000 have no sent date.

Fourth, ballots also were filled out for voters without their knowledge and did not reflect their true choice:

A number of Pennsylvania voters were furious last week they they found that their mail-in ballots had already been filled in for Democrats when they got them. Bower said the ballots that were already filled out and arrived at homes 40 miles apart, which he says means they are not isolated incidents. “They literally stole my vote,” said Delmas Fike. Fike said when his mail-in ballot arrived, each Democrat was already selected.

Fifth, the voting machines were controlled by entities closely tied to Democrats and the far left:

Lord Mark Malloch Brown, a George Soros lieutenant, whose company Smartmatic, is intimately tied to Dominion Voting Systems who flipped votes from Trump to Biden. His machine was used in all the swing states. This would explain the MICHIGAN 200,000 vote sudden dump of Biden ballots, while WISCONSIN got a 100,000 Biden vote dump late night delivery.

Dominion Voting Systems is equally compromised:

Dominion Voting Systems has ties to prominent Democrats, including House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Bill and Hillary Clinton.

Bloomberg reported in April of last year that Dominion Voting Systems hired a high-powered lobbying firm that includes a longtime aide to Pelosi. They hired Brownstein Farber Hyatt & Schreck. Nadeam Elshami, Pelosi’s former chief of staff, is one of the lobbyists on the account.

In 2014, Dominion was listed in the Washington Post table as having donated between $25,001-$50,000 to the Clinton Foundation.

Sixth, the media and social media companies made no pretense of opposing Trump and favoring Biden. The major media polls falsely and wrongly claimed Joe Biden had an enormous lead over Donald Trump:

In his latest podcast with son and pollster Jeremy Zogby, John Zogby said that polls showing a bigger Biden lead are using a bad model, one that includes far too many Democrats.

His model follows the partisan turnout in 2016 that was about 34% Republicans and about 38% Democrats.

“We believe that is a more accurate reflection of the turnout model,” he said.

But others showing a big Biden lead over-weigh Democrats. “Now some of the polls that have come out, I find troubling,” he said, citing CNN, Fox, and YouGov. They give an average 15-point advantage to Democrats. CNN had it a 16-point lead.

Most of the polls, especially those used by Fox, CNN and MSNBC and the rest of the media, were absurdly wrong. Methodological error? No. A deliberate information operation designed to discourage Trump voters. Fortunately, the Trump crowd ignored this propaganda.

Twitter and Facebook dropped all pretense of providing a free forum for discussion. They clamped down, and continue to do so, on any one who dares challenge the social media meme that the vote was fraud free or tries to present information not favorable to Joe Biden.

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany on Wednesday was locked out of her personal Twitter account for sharing The Post’s bombshell cover story on Hunter Biden’s alleged hard drive and an email linking Joe Biden to his son’s job at a Ukrainian energy company. “Your account has been locked,” a message from the social media network informed McEnany, whose account has more than 1 million followers.


Twitter said that it locked President Trump’s account on Monday after the commander-in-chief violated company policies by sharing the email address of a New York Post columnist in a chirp. The social media giant confirmed to the Daily News on Tuesday that the coronavirus-stricken President’s account was locked until the post was removed.


And Twitter even blocked the fourth largest newspaper in the United States, the New York Post, for having the audacity to do some actual reporting:

Both Twitter and Facebook took extraordinary censorship measures against The Post on Wednesday over its exposés about Hunter Biden’s emails — with Twitter baselessly charging that “hacked materials” were used.

The suppression effort came despite presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign merely denying that he had anything on his “official schedules” about meeting a Ukrainian energy executive in 2015 — along with zero claims that his son’s computer had been hacked.


If you believe these are isolated, unrelated events, you are a moron and beyond the reach of reason. Set aside your partisan views and at least have the honesty to admit that there is something rotten afoot. At a minimum, the suppression of dissenting views is an act worthy of Joseph Stalin. I am shocked to discover that such a large number of Democrat partisans have gleefully embraced a fundamental attack on the First Amendment. The very people who try to tell us that Donald Trump is a dictator are the very people promoting and supporting quashing any voice that dares to protest the media narrative. This is very dangerous territory.

So back to Bill Barr. What can he do? One option is to arrest and charge people for Conspiracy to Defraud the United States. I am talking about USC 18 section 371.

If two or more persons conspire either to commit any offense against the United States, or to defraud the United States, or any agency thereof in any manner or for any purpose, and one or more of such persons do any act to effect the object of the conspiracy, each shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than five years, or both.


The evidence I have outlined above is an indicia of criminal conspiracy. It provides sufficient predicate for criminal investigations. These were not isolated acts or mere human error. The evidence is being accumulated. I do not know what the Attorney General is going to do. But, he is not going to ignore evidence. Based on his emotional defense of the voting system when interviewed by Wolf Blitzer, I do not believe he is going to let this slide. Stay hopeful.

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34 Responses to What Is Bill Barr Going to Do? by Larry C Johnson

  1. TV says:

    Major problem:
    Who is going to do the investigating?
    The wholly corrupt (and generally incompetent) FBI?

  2. Fred says:

    In addition of Facebook and Twitter add LinkedIN, the business networking site. The amount of partisanship, especially post election narrative framing of ‘president elect’ and ‘first woman VP’ has grown exponentially. There’s plenty of coercion within companies too, especially those with female dominated HR departments.
    In regards to USC 18 section 371, two ovservations/questions: how many of the violators are H1B visa holders working for social media companies? How does the concisous decision of the FDA and Pfizer apparently knew Pfizer’s potential vaccine was reliable months ago but the company withheld submitting the samples until timing of results would only come out after the election. That impacted not just stock price – by delaying the inevitable jump (which has financial ramifications for those investing or considering investing in that company) – but affected government policies regarding Covid restrictions. Not to mention public opinion (fear) and their potential votes.

  3. blue peacock says:

    From Barr’s handling of Russia Collusion hoax where not one of the major coup plotters has been indicted and where none of Rosenstein, Yates, Comey, et al who have demonstrably signed under penalty of perjury a false FISA application been indicted, it should be clear that placing any faith that Barr is going to take on the corrupt institutional framework is misplaced.
    It must be acknowledged that Trump failed in many ways in the execution of his office. He nominated Sessions, Barr, Wray, Rosenstein, Bolton, Mattis, Kelly, et al. Blaming these people is essentially saying the buck doesn’t stop at his desk and he has no agency. A few days ago Don Jr. tweeted “Declassify everything”. He should have called his Dad and asked him why he hasn’t done that for 4 years. Other than cry on Twitter, Trump did nothing tangible personally, using the power of declassification that Col. Lang has noted many times is the prerogative of a POTUS, to expose the Russiagate coup plotters. Trump did not take the fight to the Swamp when he had a chance. And he had 4 years to do that. Why not?

  4. Nicolas says:

    “Methodological error? No. A deliberate information operation designed to discourage Trump voters.”
    I think those fake polls are meant to add some plausible deniability to the election fraud so that no reasonable person would question a result that conform exactly to what the polls said we should expect.

  5. Bill H says:

    Yeah, it sounds good, but the Durham report sounded good too. He kept us dangling with his righteous indignation on that one for months, and then said he would close it without indictments because he didn’t want to affect the election. Why would he be willing to affect the election now when he was not then? Barr is sounding brass, filled with noise and fury, signifying nothing.

  6. fakebot says:


    On September 10, Nora Dannehy resigned as the deputy to John Durham, the federal prosecutor investigating the government’s probe into the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election. Dannehy left her post and the Justice Department in part because of Attorney General William Barr’s pressure on Durham to release a report on his investigation’s findings before Election Day, according to a person familiar with her thinking.
    Durham, who is the U.S. Attorney for Connecticut, and Dannehy were also troubled that Barr had purposely misrepresented their work in numerous public comments, the two people said. According to two sources familiar with the probe, there has been no evidence found, after 18 months of investigation, to support Barr’s claims that Trump was targeted by politically biased Obama officials to prevent his election.

    This is what Barr and Trump have to go up against, time and again. If they plan on fighting this and winning, they need to find better people.

  7. akaPatience says:

    Computer chicanery seems the likelier, more easily-provable election fraud to me, especially to account for the huge Ballot Fairy drop of tens of thousands of Biden votes that occurred in the wee hours of Nov. 4th, when counting had ostensibly halted in battleground states. Now, some may argue that fraudulent votes couldn’t be added randomly because they would require corresponding registered voters, like a credit/debit function in accounting. Well, any claims of this sort seem either naive or disingenuous to me as an IT person with administrative access could assign votes erroneously, if not create numbers out of thin air. Unless a thorough audit would ensue, who would be the wiser?
    Besides, the fact that only Republican oversight was hindered at counting centers is a HUGE red flag and should be telling. I’m trying to keep faith in AG Barr but it’s challenging. POTUS is the Ultimate Outsider and this alone puts him at odds with a bi-partisan club of entitled, elitist antagonists.

  8. TV says:

    How long did Durham take for his so-called “investigation?”
    A little longer than he has taken, no doubt, to negotiate a lucrative partnership in a major swamp law firm.
    Anyone has spent any time at all at the DOJ should be automatically regarded as a swamp creature for whom “justice” is protection of the swamp and their own ultimate self-enrichment.
    And Trump?
    Trump had the right ideas, but he spent 4 years tripping over his own dick.
    Terrible appointments, not declassifying pertinent information, no attention to detail and stupid tweeting.
    Some of the tweets were clever, but a lot more just sounded like an emotional teenager.
    Remember, his background is a salesman and deal maker, not management especially hiring and firing.

  9. Eric Newhill says:

    Barr will do nothing. No one is going to trial for any of what has happened. Ever.

  10. Keith Harbaugh says:

    BP wrote:
    “Trump did not take the fight to the Swamp when he had a chance.
    And he had 4 years to do that. Why not?”
    The answer seems clear to me.
    Trump was well aware of how the forces working against him would characterize an across-the-board declassification.
    When the SCO operation wa tos on-going, declassification would have been characterized as an “obstruction of justice”.
    Is that accurate? Of course not. But that would have been the line.
    After the SCO ended, and even before, IC potentates would have screamed
    “Revealing sources and methods.”
    That may be an accurate charge; I don’t have the specifics.
    See, e.g., among many,
    BP, have you ever held a TS/SI or SCI clearance? Just wondering. (I have, and know the importance of not divulging sources and methods.)

  11. Deap says:

    Even before the election there was general malaise on conservative site comments: No one is ever held accountable.
    Even worse, Dems are now saying “personal responsibility” is racist. Victim culture now on steroids.

  12. Deap says:

    Maybe the Russian pee-pee tapes were a false flag, It was the FBI/CIA itself who had compromat tapes on Trump, and they held this over his head from Day One.
    Dump everything and let historians plow through the entire set of “classified” documents for years to come. Or transfer them to the Trump Presidential Library for full public viewing. Good way to unload a Trump resort property – turn it into a Presidential Library.

  13. sbin says:

    Barr the sargent Schultz of the DOJ.
    I see nothing NOTHING!
    He did even less.Ran out the clock and tied up lose ends.

  14. Deap says:

    Score is now even. Comey did something and affected an election. Barr did nothing and affected and election. If mere mortals can even stop a train wreck that is already coming down the tracks.

  15. Leith says:

    Millions of us are also frustrated and angry that AG Barr has just now dropped the investigation into the prosecutor in Fla who in 2008 let child predator Epstein off with a slap on the hand.
    No action against either Acosta or Bondi for letting the pervert avoid justice.

  16. Diana L Croissant says:

    I wonder if any mortal man (or woman) can figure out a way to clean out the “Swamp” that is our version of the Augean Stables: the federal government in DC. Is there a Heracles alive now who could clean out this mess?
    Living out here in the West, I am constantly frustrated just by our state government. I lost hope in the federal government when Lois Lerner never really was held to the fire for her tax plans against the alternative schools. I had hope when Trump got some improvements in the VA system.
    It will take some time for the re-do of our educational system via “schools of choice” to show any real results. So far, I have seen little getting done in regard to the terrible situation in terms of our colleges and universities. I know someone posted here about Michelle Obama’s so-called Masters Thesis. I had read it earlier when Obama was first running for the presidency. I think some of my ninth graders could have done what she did. It really was junior high level work.
    This whole year in politics has made me very fearful for my four grandchildren’s life in this country when they are grown. Will it be anything like the country I grew up in and was so very proud of?
    I hate to say it, but this really is where the “In God We Trust” must be brought into play through daily prayers asking for help and in asking for forgiveness of our many failures.

  17. TV says:

    Keith Harbaugh
    Are you still under the illusion that the US government can keep a secret?
    Clearances are handed out like Halloween candy compounded by Chinese spies, Russian hackers, “leaking” bureaucrats, Hill staffers and politicians – all in spite of the FBI (Famous But Incompetent) which obviously can’t find it’s own ass in a well lit room.

  18. John Merryman says:

    Even if some process is started, it will simply be used to show everyone is innocent, when they are all acquitted, after their friends regain control.
    The larger reality is that when everyone is forced to one side of the boat….

  19. Deap says:

    So far the Russiagate investigation recently allowed Andrew McCabe to posture he was ……“shocked, I tell you I was shocked”.…. to learn illegal spying was going on in this fine establishment.

  20. blue peacock says:

    I have never worked for the federal government or any state government or even a government contractor.
    Yes, sources & methods! Indeed in some classified information that is relevant and important to protect. But there have also been many cases where it is used as a smoke screen to hide malfeasance by government officials.
    Some examples from the some of the recently declassified documents from Russia Collusion. The scope memos that Rosenstein wrote authorizing the Mueller special counsel. The false FISA applications on Carter Page. The Strozk & Page text messages. The handwritten notes of FBI investigators on their meeting with Flynn. None of these had “sources & methods” and if Trump had the guts and declassified early on when Devin Nunes implored him to do so and gave him the list of documents, very likely Mueller would have packed up long before all the mischief. Who knows, maybe the tables would have been turned and there may have been sufficient outcry for a special counsel to investigate the coup plotters.
    You think the Republican controlled House would have impeached Trump for shedding light on all the faux counter-intelligence investigation on the Trump campaign and the Trump presidency? After all McCabe and Comey leaked much providing their spin with zero repercussions.
    Other than cry on Twitter, what Swamp did Trump drain?

  21. DunGroanin says:

    Mr Johnson,
    For the second time in a week I am moved to interject here.
    Your blinkers keep you as blind as these you accuse of :
    “ If you believe these are isolated, unrelated events, you are a moron and beyond the reach of reason.”
    You can not stand by and accept gleefully Pompus’s Gauntlet – a self admitted interference in a general election In another country – to stop Corbyn come what may. And then cry when them chickens have come home to roost against the current potus, using exactly the same MO!
    And then call it Stalinism!
    It is these blinkers of fake dogma that you and others hold to here – that you insist the warmongering, libertarian, nazi supporting Democrats are in some way Socialists!
    They never have been – they invaded , dropped bombs, and didn’t provide universal medicine for ALL Americans because they work for the same masters as most of the GOP.
    You guys know that. You pretend otherwise.
    Trump is probably the most socialist potus since JFK and FDR – look at how much he has increased government spending by to record levels without claiming it all back from the poorest.
    That is socialism.
    He has shaken the magic money tree so hard the poorest have benefited more than they had for decades – that’s why the grass roots voted for him in their excess millions compared to last time.
    That is socialism.
    If you want sympathy for your cause at home you better have some empathy with us in the U.K. who were assailed by YOUR DS who stole OUR election and the BrexShit referendum before that.
    ( And why no mention of the secretive Canadian conglomerate CGI which has been the Big Data coordinator for the 5+1 eyed Gollum in terms of elections across the world?)
    If Barr wants to spill the beans , if you do , if Trump is to be saved and ALL US citizens are to be treated equally and provided their basic needs – as all humans should – than take these blinkers off first – otherwise all this is just pissing in the wind or as you have it rearranging the deck chairs rather than making a simple steer away from the ice fields.

  22. JM Gavin says:

    I follow most of your post. You aren’t happy that the Trump Admin supported BREXIT and Boris Johnson.
    I’m a bit confused on two points. Are you asserting that “Pompus” (I assume that means SecState Pompeo, but I’m not sure) conducted election fraud through unlawful voting in the UK?
    I also don’t follow your final paragraph. Are you asserting that Trump will win the election if “ALL” U.S. citizens are provided more social benefits?
    You are correct concerning spending during the Trump Admin, although I don’t automatically equate increased spending with socialism (depends entirely on what the money is being spent on). I’m not a Trump supporter (or a Biden supporter); I’m very willing to see and acknowledge Trump’s successes and failures. He’s had a good amount of both.

  23. Keith Harbaugh says:

    BP asked “what Swamp did Trump drain?”
    I suppose that lies in the eye of the beholder.
    My answer would lie in the comparative quality of the justices nominated for the SCOTUS.
    Look at the two put on the SC by Obama: two childless, husbandless women, Kagan and Sotomayer.
    Goodbye, family values, said the Dems.
    Then look at the two put on by Clinton: Goldberg and Breyer, and the one Obama nominated but the Senate did not confirm, Garland.
    These three have something in common.
    I.e., ALL FIVE (pardon the all caps, but I find this astonishing) of the Dem nominees for SCOTUS in the Clinton and Obama presidencies were either Jews or childless, husbandless, women (with an obvious question about their sexual orientation).
    These are who the Dems would have ruling over us.
    for confirmation.
    In striking contrast, all three of Trump’s nominees were married with children.
    Doesn’t this speak volumes about the difference between the parties?
    So, regarding Trump’s achievements in Washington, I think we have a classic “is the glass half empty or half full” situation.
    I think he did about as much as he could, given how the media would have portayed going farther.
    But I admit I could be wrong 🙂

  24. JM Gavin says:

    Keith Harbaugh-
    Are “Jews or childless, husbandless, women (with an obvious question about their sexual orientation)” automatically suspect?

  25. turcopolier says:

    JM Gavin
    Be careful not to slip into virtue signaling. I do not want to have people intimidated here.

  26. JM Gavin says:

    COL Lang,
    I’m not one for virtue-signaling. I’m also not a big fan of identity politics, practiced by either side of the political spectrum.
    It is fundamentally un-American to classify people based solely on their religion, marital status, or sexual preference. I strongly disagree with the politics and approach to jurisprudence of Clinton’s and Obama’s USSC nominees. I care not a whit about their religion, marital status, or sexual preference. Categorizing judicial nominees according to identity politics doesn’t serve any useful purpose in the debate.
    Do you disagree with my thoughts on the preceding?

  27. turcopolier says:

    JM Gavin
    I do not. Thank you sir! Do not shame people, sir!

  28. strateshooter says:

    Hi Larry , UK reader here..I enjoy your stuff.
    I thik US at a x-roads this week…save POTUS/The constitution or fold to a media/big tech driven coup and hope everyone will fall in line and be held there via media propaganda
    I have little faith in Mr.Barr. His lack of action on Russiagate just enabled all this and gave DC backstabbers the confidence they needed to execute this coup.
    if this coup succeeds Mr.Barr is responsible for losing American democracy.
    POTUS is also. I am a huge admirer of his (I do fall for the media BS) but he made a massive mistake in not firing Christopher Wray when it became apparent he was holding back evidence to prove the innocence of mIchael Flynn.
    Anyway , good luck and God Bless America because if American democracy falls we ALL fall.

  29. strateshooter says:

    I have lost faith in Mr.Barr after he failed to prosecute the Mueller team for the Flynn persecutuon (specifically van Graack and Ahmed).
    If this fraudulent election holds then HE personally will have enabled and be responsible for handing over the USA to the Dem/Soros cartel. either thru design , cowardice or incomptence

  30. J says:

    Prosecutors ask Barr to rescind memo on U.S. vote counting irregularities – Washington Post
    The are the same Federal Prosecutors that protected Epstein. FBI wanted to arrest Epstein at Virgin Islands beauty pageant months before plea deal cut
    An FBI supervisor was “extremely upset” about being denied the opportunity to arrest Epstein in 2007, a Justice Department report says.

  31. J says:

    REPORT: John Durham Dropping His Investigations into Spygate, “Worried About Blowback From Joe Biden”

  32. TeakWoodKite says:

    Sidney Powell has stated there were 28 states and counting that have been subjected to the manipulations by the combination of fraudulent “mail in” ballots and electronic warfare…. a “firehose” of fraud and criminality.
    Rudy has outlined at a minimum 10 “democrat run” cities and states that are involved in this conspiracy.
    A California judge has ruled that Gruesome Newsom did not have the constitutional authority to do mail in ballots.
    What is the remedy for tyrants?
    Based on AG Barr’s track record of collecting swamp creatures to add to his collection, I very much doubt he will lift a finger.
    On top of the facts of an obviously coordinated effort by the same individuals who are and have been running the counter-intel influence operations on and off book for the last 15 years, we have the communist propaganda arm saying that President Trump is winding down his lawsuits when Ric Grinnell, Rudy G, Sidney Powell, Jay Sekulow and Jenna Ellis and have all been stating the opposite.
    Perhaps there is a remedy for all this, but I can tell you if it is not resolved according to the peaceful means of our constitution, civil wars have started over less than this.
    Seventy eight million voters will not take this lying down for much longer when after peacefully demonstrating they are assailed and assaulted and “cancelled”.
    President Trump has said “we will never be a socialist country”. Do I take him at his word?
    The way Rudy G. explained it, on his recent podcast, I am left looking to understand how this Constitutional Republic will survive.
    As Rudy G points out, these election systems are and were a national security threat with Madura, Soros, and related bad actors involved, our actual voting data ending up in Germany or a defunct data company in Spain??? We actually ship our election data overseas in real time?
    WHY was this not addressed as the National Security threat it is when this was a KNOWN KNOWN???
    The same communist funding sources and mechanisms and groups of collaborators that fund the Marxists and Anarchists such as Black Lies Matter, ANTIFA to riot, loot and burn our cities are the same ones who are “burning down the vote.”
    It is ridiculous to call them “democrats” when they are out of the closet full throated communists.
    What remedy is there for seditious and treasonous communist tyrants?
    Will the SCOTUS act out of a dire urgency of self preservation and a literal meaning of Article II?
    Will the state legislators uphold their oaths and act constitutionally to select electors for President Trump?

  33. Joe says:

    Larry, time is going by and it’s getting closer to States certifying the (fraudulent) vote tallies. (I am posting this on 1/18/20)
    2 questions:
    1) Do you think Barr is still going to act?
    2) If so, then when do you think he would do it?
    Thanks for your input.

  34. Joe says:

    As of today (12/01/20), we now see what Barr is going to do. Nothing!
    Barr has told the AP there was no widespread election fraud.
    It’s is infuriating. But apparently, he did a great job of concealing himself as a swamp creature for most of Trump’s Presidency. We now also know that Durham’s investigation will amount to nothing. The deep-state coup has finally succeeded.

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