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December 3, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — Supporters of President Trump were shocked yesterday when The Associated Press ran a headline reading, “Disputing Trump, Barr says no widespread election fraud.”

Only that’s not what the attorney general said.

The Department of Justice quickly put out a statement attempting to clarify the record:

Some media outlets have incorrectly reported that the Department has concluded its investigation of election fraud and announced an affirmative finding of no fraud in the election. That is not what the Associated Press reported nor what the Attorney General stated. The Department will continue to receive and vigorously pursue all specific and credible allegations of fraud as expeditiously as possible.

As always in these situations, the damage was already done. The later clarification received virtually no coverage, leaving most people in America laboring under the misconception that the A.G. had found little evidence of voter fraud.

This is exactly what the mainstream media and their hi-tech counterparts want you to think. They are so determined to gaslight Americans into accepting the results of a clearly fraudulent election that they are willing to propagate fake news to do it.

But having cleared up the record where Barr’s statement is concerned, I have to say this: we will not be rescued from our current electoral predicament by the DOJ or the FBI, both of which are clearly dragging their feet on any investigation. Whistleblowers report that their calls to the FLI to report fraud have not been returned. No ballot boxes have been sealed by order of federal prosecutors, and there has been no movement to, say, seize Dominion voting machines on the part of the DOJ, either.

To say there’s double standard at work would be an understatement. Without a shred of evidence of wrongdoing on President Trump’s part, the DOJ went ballistic on him. The FBI set up General Flynn and carried out a reprise of the Normandy invasion on poor Roger Stone. They seized computers and cell phones and pored over every email to find evidence of wrongdoing and came up with…nothing. 

Now we have hundreds of witnesses signing lengthy affidavits detailing all manner of hi-tech and low-tech voting fraud, and it turns out that the DOJ can’t even be bothered to look at it.

You get what’s going on here?

Another reason that the DOJ won’t save us from election fraud, aside from its clear institutional bias, has to do with timing. Criminal investigations typically take weeks or months to finalize, while we have only days to expose the fraud before the Electoral College meets on December 14.

What will save us is a two-pronged approach focused on (1) state legislatures in key swing states and (2) the Supreme Court.

Over the past several days, a series of blockbuster hearings have been held with state legislators in Pennsylvania, Arizona, Michigan, and Georgia. At those hearings, witness after witness has testified to observing voter fraud of one kind or another.

One poll-watcher in Michigan told the committee he witnessed the alleged 4:30 A.M. dump of more than 130,000 votes for Biden after Election Day. He said the ballots were wheeled in on dollies, and everyone was “perplexed” that they were coming in so late.

In Georgia, video footage shows suitcases filled with ballots pulled from under a table after a supervisor told Republican poll workers to leave the room. The supervisor and three others stayed behind to keep counting votes and ran over 18,000 votes through the tabulators. 

Military ballots, coming in from overseas and other states, were a particular target.

One witness at the Michigan hearing testified that all military ballots she saw looked like “Xerox copies” of each other, none were registered Michigan voters, and all went for Biden. This same pattern was repeated in Fulton County, Georgia, where all 900 military ballots supposedly went for Biden.

It goes without saying that this flies in the face of everything we know about the support that the president enjoys from soldiers, sailors, and airmen. They went 2 for 1 for Trump in 2016, after all.

A cyber-security genius who goes by the Twitter handle @CodeMonkeyZ has exposed how you can manipulate the data of electronic voting machines to get the election results you want. He caught a Georgia election official using a thumb drive to extract data from the voting machines, plugging the thumb drive into a laptop, and then “filtering” the data. He shows how the system was used to delete entire batches of Trump votes or shift them to Biden.

Finally, everyone should note that at each hearing, a member of the 305 Military Intelligence Battalion submitted evidence to the effect that China, Iran, and other bad actors were linked into the computer servers that were tabulating the votes, and that “packets of information” were being sent to servers in Frankfurt.

There is much more happening in the state courts of all the swing states as well, each of which has the potential to wind up before the Supreme Court for adjudication.

I remain convinced that, be it through the courts, the state legislatures, or the U.S. Congress, President Trump’s re-election will be confirmed.

No thanks will be due to the DOJ or the FBI for this victory. Both have been missing in action.

Rather, credit for the victory will go to the American people and their champion, Donald Trump.

We the people own this country and our Constitution. We the people elect our leaders in free and fair elections. And we the people are going to make sure it stays that way.

Steven W. Mosher is the president of the Population Research Institute and the author of Bully of Asia: Why China’s Dream is the New Threat to World Order.

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Steven Mosher is an internationally recognised authority on China and population issues as well as an acclaimed author and speaker and founder and head of the Population Research Institute. He was the first American social scientist to visit mainland China in 1979 where he witnessed women being forced to have abortion under the new “one-child-policy” which he then exposed to the world. Mr. Mosher was a pro-choice atheist at the time, but witnessing these traumatic abortions led him to reconsider his convictions and to eventually become a practicing, pro-life Roman Catholic.

Mosher has appeared numerous times before the US Congress as an expert in world population, China and human Rights abuses. He has also made TV appearances on Good Morning America, 60 Minutes, The Today Show, 20/20, FOX and CNN news, as well as being a regular guest on talk radio shows across the nation.

He is the author of the best-selling A Mother’s Ordeal: One woman’s Fight Against China’s One-Child-Policy. His latest book is Bully of Asia, exposing the threat of China to the entire world at this time.

Articles by Steve have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Reader’s Digest, The New Republic, The Washington Post, National Review, Reason, The Asian Wall Street Journal, Freedom Review, Linacre Quarterly, Catholic World Report, Human Life Review, First Things, and numerous other publications.

Steven Mosher lives in Virginia with his wife, Vera, and their nine children.

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