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Remembering the Beth Page Incident and Bill Barr’s Efforts to End Investigations and Award Biden the Presidency

Former AG Bill Barr fooled many of us.  Even after claiming that Jeffrey Epstein wasn’t murdered there was still a lingering hope that he was on our side.  Then came the 2020 Election and his true colors come out. 

After the stolen 2020 Election Bill Barr was quick to coverup the messes that were made to come up with enough votes to surpass President Trump in the race for President.  President Trump set record results that even the corrupt actors at the DOJ like Barr never expected.

So Barr had to coverup the stolen election.

In Pennsylvania, Col. Tony Shaffer and a team of other individuals looked into the story of a young man who drove from New York to Pennsylvania a couple weeks before the election with a trailer full of ballots.

This story was vetted and then shared by Tony Shaffer in a press conference after the 2020 Election.

When investigators started looking into hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots that were allegedly transported across state lines, then-AG Bill Barr called in quite “agitated” and demanded they STAND DOWN

“I told you you need to stand down on this,” he told them.

Why was he so against investigating the ballots to make sure nothing was amiss? Wasn’t that his job?

William M. McSwain, Former United States Attorney, Eastern District of PA, wrote a letter to Trump about what happened. In it, he said, in part:

“In the spring of 2020, I prosecuted and won an election fraud case against a Judge of Elections in South Philadelphia who was stuffing the ballot box. I also charged the political consultant (a former Democratic Congressman) who was paying bribes to the Judge to stuff the ballot box.

“President Trump, you were right to be upset about the way the Democrats ran the 2020 election in Pennsylvania – it was a partisan disgrace. The Governor, the Secretary of the Commonwealth, and the partisan State Supreme Court made up their own rules and did not follow the law. Even worse, the State Attorney General, Josh Shapiro – the very person responsible for the enforcement of state election law – declared days before Election Day that you could not win the election. It would be hard to imagine a more irresponsible statement by a law enforcement officer, especially during a hotly contested election. In light of such statements, it is hardly surprising that many Pennsylvanians lack faith in our state’s election results.

“On Election Day and afterwards, our Office received various allegations of voter fraud and election irregularities. As part of my responsibilities as U.S. Attorney, I wanted to be transparent with the public and, of course, investigate fully any allegations. Attorney General Barr, however, instructed me not to make any public statements or put out any press releases regarding possible election irregularities. I was also given a directive to pass along serious allegations to the State Attorney General for investigation – the same State Attorney General who had already declared that you could not win.”

Why did Bill Barr do that?

Bill Barr showed America who he truly is and it’s not pretty.  

2 thoughts on “Remembering the Beth Page Incident and Bill Barr’s Efforts to End Investigations and Award Biden the Presidency”

  1. American Patriots were well aware of this fraud AG Barr way before the republican DC Cesspool told Trump to pick him. Barr’s been a swamp monster for decades.
    He might have fooled you all, but he didn’t fool US !

  2. Faux News did much to fool people about Barr. I was suspicious of him, due to Ruby Ridge, but with Faux advertising Barr as a straight shooting law and order type, I had hope. Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing, with lots of DOJ experience in DC, insisted Barr was legit, numerous times, so I believed it.

    Barr had an active role in the election coup. He block investigations. He refused to collect evidence, to avoid a paper trail.


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