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AG Barr : ‘I have friends who haven’t lived in California in 21 years who received ballots”


Attention Attorney General Bill Barr:

If this is true…


The Attorney General has claimed that:

I have friends who haven't lived in California in 21 years who received ballots.

If we are seeing evidence of voter fraud before the election, then we must fix it now!

We cannot wait until after the election to address issues with election integrity.

The statement was made on Hannity.

More details, including Barr's ongoing investigation into election corruption, below:

Of course, there are many things we should be worried about in this election.

For example, the Chinese government is openly pushing for Biden to be elected President.

Social media platforms such as Tik Tok are threatening our security and privacy!


It appears that the biggest challenges are coming from within the country!

Fox News has more details on Barr's allegation that California is sending out too many ballots:

The "reckless" push by Democrats to expand mail-in voting could raise "serious questions about the integrity of the election," Attorney General William Barr told "Hannity" in an exclusive interview Thursday.

"I think it is grossly irresponsible to be doing what the Democratic Party is doing now," Barr said. "We've had very close races in recent history, the country is divided. If anything, we should be assuring the integrity of our elections so that government going forward would be legitimate and be accepted as legitimate."

The president and the GOP have been warning for months about possible fraud connected to mail-in voting. The RNC and the Trump reelection campaign have doubled their legal budget this year to hit back at efforts by Democrats to overhaul voting laws in response to the pandemic.

Democrats, pushing back against the claims by Trump and the GOP, say that cases of actual voter fraud are limited and claim that Republicans are trying to suppress voter turnout to improve their chances of winning elections.

"The idea of conducting elections by wholesale mail-in ballots is reckless and wrong," Barr said. "Everyone knows what has happened in these cases."

Barr clarified that because of the process required to obtain an absentee ballot, such voting is safer than general mail-in balloting, in which ballots are automatically sent "to everyone on the voting list," resulting in "thousands and thousands of ballots floating around, not just the state but the country."

"I have friends who haven't lived in California in 21 years who received ballots," Barr said. "There are ballots left in boxes in apartment buildings, ballots for people who used to live at addresses are delivered to those addresses.

We must all be diligent and on the lookout for any potential voter fraud.

This will be a competitive election.

Democrats have multiple tactics they will use to try to claim the presidency.

It's up to us to be viligant and diligent in our support for President Trump!

Multiple people are voicing concerns online about Califonia's push for vote-by-mail.

One former citizen, Jarrett Stepman, wrote an article for The Daily Signal.

In the article, Stepman says he moved away from California 8 years ago.



The state still mailed him a ballot for the 2020 Presidential Election.

As published in The Daily Signal:

States across the country are experimenting with a mass switch to mail-in elections in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

But is it wise for states to make such a big change, especially in light of messy voter rolls around the country?

What I was sent earlier this month by election officials in Alameda County, California, makes me worried that ballots going to the wrong locations will be a significant concern this year.

The Alameda County Registrar of Voters notified me by mail at my parents’ address in Oakland that I would receive a ballot when the state sends them out Oct. 5. This is following Gov. Gavin Newsom’s executive order that all California voters receive a mail-in ballot before the Nov. 3 election.

The problem is, I should not be considered a California voter.

Since I left California in 2011, I have registered to vote in two other places. I’ve officially changed my address. And my parents notified election workers at their local voting location after I left the state, but to no avail.

The only reason I was even aware of the situation is that my parents still live at the same address.

I posted this information on Twitter, noting that it’s particularly concerning given that there will be a massive uptick in mail-in voting this year.

Although the official mail my parents received isn’t the actual ballot, it informed me that I would receive one along with every other California voter. Unless something changes, a ballot will be sent to me in a town where I haven’t lived or voted for a decade.

I’m hardly alone in my experience. That’s a problem.

What if I or my parents had been dishonest, and I voted twice? What if somebody else living at that address tried to submit my vote?

It’s not hard to see how this system could be abused by those who care to do so.

Again, this is an even bigger problem right now. Much of the country is experimenting with mass voting by mail even while many states have done a poor job of cleaning up their voter rolls and taking extra precautions to ensure election integrity.

Has anyone else noticed that these problems with ballots seem to consistently happen in blue states?

When was the last time you heard about ballot or registration issues in reliably red states like Texas or Tennessee?


We hear stories like this repeatedly from states like California, New York, and New Jersey.

We hope that Bill Barr is doing everything in his power to make sure that fraud is eliminated to protect the integrity of our elections!


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