Unveiling Election Fraud: Ongoing Investigations and the Push for Accountability in 2020 and Beyond

In this episode, the host discusses the significant findings and ongoing investigations into alleged election fraud and obstruction of federal investigations surrounding the 2020 presidential election. The speaker reveals that a comprehensive interagency effort, involving high-ranking officials like Bill Barr, Christopher Wray, and various Inspector Generals, was orchestrated to obstruct investigations into massive election fraud. The group, referred to as the “council,” includes prominent figures such as Merrick Garland and Governor Shapiro.

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The speaker details the process of gathering evidence through court cases, subpoenas, and FOIA requests, leading to the submission of formal criminal charges to the Pennsylvania Attorney General, Michelle Henry. These charges implicate Governor Shapiro and other public officials in obstructing investigations and participating in election fraud. The evidence consists of official documents, emails, and texts that incriminate these individuals.

The speaker emphasizes that Attorney General Henry has a legal duty to investigate these charges and refer them to Special Counsel Jack Smith, who is also investigating interference with the transfer of power in 2020. The host asserts that the overwhelming evidence will eventually lead to prison sentences for those involved in the alleged conspiracy, ensuring accountability for the 2020 election and preventing future election fraud.

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