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The FBI and DOJ are still infested with enemies of the Republic and the Constitution they falsely swore to defend. Little more than a month before a momentous general election, with early voting already underway in many states, the FBI and DOJ are busy looking away and throwing up smoke about foreign interference and voter suppression, a DNC talking point to cover real fraud. The FBI and DOJ know the true enemy of free and fair elections has always been within, not external. They have assiduously avoided the basics of busting upvoting fraud. We know this for a fact because Project Veritas had no problem getting a Democrat operation, complete with a carload of paid for ballots, a party operative, and voters saying on video they were paid to hand over their ballot.
Project Veritas documented federal election fraud in Ilhan Omar’s district. We can help across the nation, putting pressure on the Feds now. If you or a friend are in or around senior communities, low-income communities, or college communities, keep an eye out and alert others to do the same with their smartphones.
If Attorney General Barr is not running a long con on us, he will personally order the DOJ and FBI to immediately swarm these vote harvesting operations across the country. The crime of the century is already underway. People have already committed serious federal offenses in this year’s primaries. The FBI admits voter fraud crosses from state to federal jurisdiction when federal offices are on the ballot. I bolded the offenses already being committed:
Federal Election Offenses
Fraud by the Voter
Giving false information when registering to vote (such as false citizenship claims)
Voting when ineligible to vote
Voting more than once or using someone else’s name to vote
Fraud by an Elections/Campaign Official or Other Individual:
Changing a ballot tally or engaging in other corrupt behavior as an elections official
Providing a voter with money or something of value in exchange for voting for a specific candidate or party in a federal election
Threatening a voter with physical or financial harm if they don’t vote or don’t vote a certain way
Trying to prevent qualified voters from voting by lying about the time, date, or place of an election (voter suppression)
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