Joe Biden pulls out an unexpected move
The US President doesn’t seem to be fine with Maricopa County’s forensic audit of the 2020 presidential election. Guess what he did… Biden’s Department of Justice penned a letter to Arizona Senate President Karen Fann. Was this an official warning? Is Biden trying to pull out another major cover-up? We know what he did back in November. Millions of Americans know what happened during the election. Biden stole the election and became the first US President diagnosed with dementia.
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Pamela Karlan, the principal deputy assistant attorney general of the Civil Rights Division, wrote the letter and some people have a hard time digesting it. Karlan’s letter is focused on two major issues regarding the forensic audit. Here’s what she wrote:
“I write regarding issues arising under federal statutes enforced by the United States Department of Justice that are related to the audit required by the Arizona State Senate for the November 2020 federal general election in Maricopa County,” the letter states. “News reports indicate that the Senate subpoenaed ballots, elections systems, and election materials from Maricopa County and required that they be turned over to private contractors, led by a firm known as Cyber Ninjas.”
“The Department has reviewed available information, including news reports and complaints regarding the procedures being used for this audit,” the letter continued. “The information of which we are aware raises concerns regarding at least two issues of potential non-compliance with federal laws enforced by the Department.”
“The first issue relates to a number of reports suggesting that the ballots, elections systems, and election materials that are the subject of the Maricopa County audit are no longer under the ultimate control of state and local elections officials, are not being adequately safeguarded by contractors at an insecure facility, and are at risk of being lost, stolen, altered, compromised or destroyed,” the letter added.
“Federal law creates a duty to safeguard and preserve federal election records,” the DOJ letter went on. “The Department is charged with enforcement of provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1960. This statute requires state and local election officials to maintain, for twenty-two months after the conduct of an election for federal office, “all records and papers” relating to any “act requisite to voting in such election…”
“The purpose of these federal preservation and retention requirements for elections records is to ‘secure a more effective protection of the right to vote’,” the DOJ continued.
Let’s not forget that the Civil Rights Division didn’t say much about Georgia’s inability to make chain-of-custody documents. They had no issue with private voting machine companies processing state election ballots.
“The second issue relates to the Cyber Ninjas’ statement of work for this audit,” the DOJ went on. “Among other things, the statement of work indicates that the contractor has been working ‘with a number of individuals’ to ‘identify voter registrations that did not make sense, and then knock on doors to confirm if valid voters actually lived at the stated address.”
“The statement of work also indicates that the contractor will ‘select a minimum of three precincts” in Maricopa County ‘with a high number of anomalies’ in order ‘to conduct an audit of voting history’ and that voters may be contacted through a ‘combination of phone calls and physical canvassing’ to ‘collect information of whether the individual voted in the election’ in November 2020,” the DOJ letter added.
“This description of the proposed work of the audit raises concerns regarding potential intimidation of voters,” the DOJ continued. “The Department enforces a number of federal statutes that prohibit intimidation of persons for voting or attempting to vote. For example, Section 11(b) of the Voting Rights Act provides that “No person, whether acting under color of law or otherwise, shall intimidate, threaten, or coerce, or attempt to intimidate, threaten, or coerce any person for voting or attempting to vote, or intimidate, threaten, or coerce, or attempt to intimidate, threaten, or coerce any person for urging or aiding any person to vote or attempt to vote…”
“Past experience with similar investigative efforts around the country has raised concerns that they can be directed at minority voters, which potentially can implicate the anti-intimidation prohibitions of the Voting Rights Act,” the DOJ said. “Such investigative efforts can have a significant intimidating effect on qualified voters that can deter them from seeking to vote in the future.”
“We would appreciate your response to the concerns described herein, including advising us of the steps that the Arizona Senate will take to ensure that violations of federal law do not occur,” the letter threateningly added.
According to Becker news, the Department of Justice was poised to make a move regarding the Maricopa County election audit. Well, this report was correct. They really want to stop the process. One thing stands for sure. Donald Trump is the real President. Americans know it. Democrats know it, too. Their efforts will go down the hill. Biden struggles to make a sentence. His clock is ticking. Democrats will be exposed and we will get a decent President.