Joe Biden’s Department of Justice is playing dirty politics by threatening state lawmakers and American citizens seeking transparency in the 2020 Presidential election. Polling shows Americans believe the elections appear to be highly suspicious.
Key Point: The Democrats have weaponized the Department of Justice, who are threatening states that seek to return to Constitutional law in elections after a disastrous and messy election of massive amounts of Absentee Ballots.
“Pre-pandemic “voting laws” are legislatively adopted state law. What’s with this guy? DOJ indicates it might sue states returning to pre-pandemic voting regulations,” Rasmussen Reports posted on Twitter:
Pre-pandemic "voting laws" are legislatively adopted state law. What's with this guy?
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) July 28, 2021
Right-ish Fox News reported on the power grab:
“The department’s enforcement policy does not consider a jurisdiction’s re-adoption of prior voting laws or procedures to be presumptively lawful; instead, the department will review a jurisdiction’s changes in voting laws or procedures for compliance with all federal laws regarding elections, as the facts and circumstances warrant,” reads a document released by DOJ.
It proceeds to outline a long list of statutory protections on voting rights, including those surrounding mail-in voting.
The new guidance comes as Arizona audits its 2020 election results and as Congress weighs legislation on the issue.
In a press release, DOJ said: “The guidance document addresses efforts by some states to permanently adopt their COVID-19 pandemic voting modifications, and by other states to bar continued use of those practices, or to impose additional restrictions on voting by mail or early voting, In addition, this guidance document discusses federal statutes the department enforces related to voting by mail, absentee voting and voting in person.”
Attorney General Merrick Garland also warned that DOJ wouldn’t hesitate to act if they saw states violating voting rights.
On Wednesday, the Justice Department released guidance intended to caution states embarking on so-called post-election ‘audits’ of vote counts for the 2020 presidential election that they must not run afoul of federal voting laws.
The guidance, previously previewed last month by Attorney General Merrick Garland in his policy address on voting rights, outlines federal statutes that the department says elections officials must adhere to during such “audits,” such as preserving all federal elections materials and making sure they’re not tampered with.
This document sets down a marker that says the Justice Department is concerned about this, and we will be following this closely,” a DOJ official told reporters on a media conference call Wednesday.
The guidance echoes a warning sent by the department back in May to the Republican-run audit in Arizona, warning officials there that all election records must be preserved and expressing concern about the state handing over election materials to the private contractor group Cyber Ninjas.
Activists are pushing for a country-wide audit of the Presidential election.
Going down a Rabbit Hole:
North Carolina, a state that Trump won, has started the process with Karen Brison Bell, the executive director of the State Board of Elections, who is pushing back on her election changes:
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Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776