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House GOP To Trump: A Special Counsel For ElectionGate

Now is the time for the Attorney General to make this appointment while he is still on the job.

In a December 9th letter to President Trump,  22 House Republicans have asked the President to direct Attorney General William Barr to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate what is called in this corner “ElectionGate.”

Texas Congressman Lance Gooden organized the group, his letter saying this:

Dear President Trump,

Following widespread support from my House Republican colleagues, I am again requesting that you direct Attorney General Barr to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate irregularities in the 2020 election.

The American people deserve a definitive resolution to the uncertainty hovering over the outcome of our election, but legitimate questions of voter fraud remain unanswered.

The Department of Justice has been asked on multiple occasions to launch an investigation into this matter, but inaction from the Department along with public comments made by the Attorney General indicate a lack of willingness to investigate the irregularities your campaign and other elected officials across the country have alleged.

The appointment of a Special Counsel would establish a team of investigators whose sole responsibility is to uncover the truth and provide the certainty America needs.

We urge you to take swift and decisive action and direct Attorney General Barr to appoint a Special Counsel to restore the American people’s faith in our elections.

The signers in addition to Gooden were Paul Gosar, D.D.S. (R-AZ), Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Ted Budd (R-NC), Jody Hice (R-GA), W. Gregory Steube (R-FL), Alex Mooney (R-WV), Jeff Duncan (R-SC), Randy Weber (R-TX), Rick Allen (R-GA), Bob Gibbs (R-OH), Thomas Massie (R-KY), Glenn Grothman (R-WI), Andy Harris, M.D. (R-MD), Steve King (R-IA), John Rutherford (R-FL), Adrian Smith (R-NE), Mo Brooks (R-AL), Markwayne Mullin (R-OK), Ron Wright (R-TX), Brian Babin (R-TX), David Rouzer (R-NC), Scott Perry (R-PA), Ralph Norman (R-SC), Jack Bergman (R-MI), & Robert Aderholt (R-AL).

Bravo to Congressman Gooden and his colleagues. This election reeks of voter fraud. Over there at The Epoch Times, columnist Roger Kimball focused on Georgia all by itself, writing this:

“Data experts also provided sworn testimony that identified more than 150,000 illegal votes, to wit, votes from 2,560 felons, 66,247 votes from underage voters, 2,423 votes from people not registered to vote, 1,043 individuals registered at post office boxes, 4,926 individuals who voted in Georgia after registering in another state, 395 individuals who voted in two states, 15,700 votes from people who had moved out of the state before the election, 40,279 votes of people who moved without re-registering in their new county, and another 30,000 to 40,000 absentee ballots that lacked proper signature matching and verification.

I was told there would be no math, but my abacus says that those tainted ballots add up to between 163,573 and 173,573 votes that, by law, must be excluded from the tally.

As of this writing, Biden is said to be ahead of President Donald Trump in Georgia by 12,284 votes.

Conclusion? Trump won Georgia.”

Exactly.

Over at the site Here Is The Evidence the site is overflowing with hundreds of specific, sourced examples of voter fraud, “aggregating publicly available items of evidence that would be admissible in court.”

Now is the time for the Attorney General to make this appointment while he is still on the job.

And if Joe Biden is indeed the new president? Then he can do exactly what President Trump did with Special Counsel Robert Mueller:

Leave him alone and let him complete the investigation of ElectionGate.

And if a President Biden fired the Special Counsel? That would be an effective admission of guilt – for which the impeachment process can begin.

Let the investigation begin.

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