AG Garland prepares for election audit war maelstrom – doubles Department’s voting rights staff

“The Tell:” June 8, 2021. The stage is set.

Former Attorney General Eric Holder offered strong words of condemnation on Monday for what he called a “fraudit” after MSNBC host Rachel Maddow brought up recent controversies related to voting rights and the GOP-led Arizona Senate’s audit in the state’s most populous county.

“All the things they are doing now are counterproductive. They are without basis, and they will hurt, they will harm, our hard-won democracy,” Holder said, referring to the Maricopa review and similar efforts sprouting in places across the country as former President Donald Trump pushes claims of fraud in the 2020 presidential contest. Holder further urged the Justice Department to become “aggressively involved” in pursuing possible violations of federal law in the case of the audit and to prosecute violators of these laws when needed.

Holder praised the DOJ letter as setting a good framework for how the Biden administration might get involved but said it wasn’t enough. “Letters are fine, but it has to be followed up with action,” he said. From the Washington Examiner.

MSNBC titles the clip:

DOJ Should Be ‘Aggressively Involved’ When Sham Audits Violate Federal Law

Just like magic, looks what happens. One would almost think Holder has a direct line to the WH and Garland.

Attorney General Merrick Garland on June 11 announced that he would double the number of Justice Department staff working on voting rights enforcement over the next 30 days and provide additional guidance on voting rights and redistricting. So the Washington Post says. In truth, he is preparing for the concluding election audits that will present a maelstrom.

In a post that lays out the whole deal and not to be missed:

Conservative Tree House:

The conclusion:

The bottom line is this….  AG Merrick Garland knows a powder keg is very likely to explode as soon as the majority of American people discover just how manipulated the election of 2020 was.  His announcement to double the staff of the DOJ Civil Rights Division voter unit is not to protect election integrity, but rather to position his resources for a war against a looming storm of election review outcomes…. and the White House is so far exposed, they are positioning to use the military to protect their position.

The deep and irrefutable research has been taking place, mostly very quietly, in the background.  I would expect the government response to this will be a combination of the DOJ/FBI “domestic extremist” narratives, combined with racism accusations and claims of election disinformation.

The Alinsky model: Isolate, Ridicule and Marginalize your political opposition, in combination with the use of arrests and threats by the justice department.

Let’s see how things are going in Arizona as the audit is winding down. June 13, 2021

This is one of those interesting explanations that comes in handy later on.  Arizona Senate Liaison Ken Bennett explains what “duplicated ballots” are, what creates them (interesting), and what is the process for auditing them.  I was unaware in Arizona -under some circumstances- you can vote by email and Fax machine.

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We’ve seen the publicly available evidence for the sweeping paper ballot fraud as well as the election machine fraud and that’s criminally horrendous enough. But I never heard about the ability to fax in ballots before. How many fraudulent ballots were faxed in from China? Mexico? Russia? How do “We, the people of the United States” get control back of our elections and end all this fraud?

Wandering over to Georgia and their audit June 14, 2021 Georgia Star News

Fulton County Election Official Admits Chain of Custody Documents Missing for 2020 Absentee Ballots Deposited in Drop Boxes

In a stunning admission about the critical chain of custody documents for absentee ballots deposited into drop boxes in the November 3, 2020 election, a Fulton County election official told The Georgia Star News on Wednesday that “a few forms are missing” and that “some procedural paperwork may have been misplaced.”

Star News analysis of drop box ballot transfer forms for absentee ballots deposited in drop boxes provided by Fulton County in response to an Open Records Request showed that 385 transfer forms out of an estimated 1,565 transfer forms Fulton County said should have been provided are missing – a number that is significantly greater than “a few” by any objective standard.

On Sunday, The Star News published a story which included the files containing digital images of the 1,180 transfer forms that Fulton County did provide. Those digital images can be viewed here.

This is the first time that any election official at either the state or county level from a key battleground state has made an admission of significant error in election procedures for the November 3, 2020 election.

  • President Biden was certified as the winner of Georgia’s 16 Electoral College votes in the 2020 election by the narrow margin of less than 12,000 votes over former President Donald Trump out of a total of 5 million votes cast statewide.

To date, The Star News has obtained absentee ballot drop box forms from 59 counties that provide chain of custody documentation for 266,492 absentee ballots deposited in drop boxes during the November 3, 2020 election, which means that no chain of custody documentation has been produced for about 333,000 absentee ballots deposited in drop boxes out of an estimated 600,000 absentee ballots deposited in drop boxes during that election.

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I could go out on a limb and wonder if this is one of the reasons the Capitol remains locked down with the desire to maintain a National Guard presence. I could go further and add Sundance’s comment over at Conservative Tree House:

The next war will not come from foreign soil, it is about to happen based on a great awakening in the heavily corrupt and manipulated voting system in the United States.  The battle is about to happen right here on our soil.

BIG PICTURE – United States Attorney General Merrick Garland is pre-positioning assets from the DOJ and FBI   Simultaneous to this, the U.S. military leadership is purging patriots and putting all service members under surveillance [LINK].  These two factual events are directly related.

The best of the swamp today.

Bonus from yesterday’s post:

AG Garland Show Down at the AZ OK Corral Voter Audit

An Arizona state Senator has warned US Attorney General Merrick Garland that he’ll ‘spend time in prison’ if he interferes with the 2020 post-election audit, after Garland announced on Friday that the Justice Department will look into whether any federal laws were broken – and claimed the state was employing ‘abnormal’ methods.

26 Responses to “AG Garland prepares for election audit war maelstrom – doubles Department’s voting rights staff”

  1. geeez2014 Says:

    When the American people become aware of how much they were manipulated, it says?

    By the way, just how MODERATE was Garland? We were right about that, weren’t we.

    Re Israel…Hamas will wait a clever time …then LOOK OUT, TEL AVIV……….”Ding dong Netanyahu’s out”…. Be careful what you ask for.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      Garland is one piece of work.. thought there are more coming that will be worse no doubt. Kiss Israel good bye if they keep going with this giraffe of a government…..or is it a zebra.. you get the idea.

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  2. markone1blog Says:

    It looks like the Arisona AG gets it, since he warned the feds to keep their dirty mitts out of it.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Mustang Says:

    It is impossible for me to imagine a groundswell of irate citizens in the State of Arizona much less from coast to coast. Remember, the US government doesn’t care about you … as an individual, only about the general (collective) welfare of their base. Once again, try to imagine what the left would argue if the situation was reversed. As my friend Kid often says, our free fall into oblivion is becoming tiresome. Let’s just hit the ground so that we can begin anew.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I have the belief that there are Trumpsters throughout the land who have been following these audits and court proceedings moment by moment. While the media including Fox has not covered one nanosecond of it, they live and breathe the action. They will not accept the conclusion of the fraud. Where it goes from there is anyones guess.
      The government already has rounded up hundreds from the Jan 6 debacle and are letting them languish in jail as a lesson. Jan 6 was a trap.
      I don’t think the patriots are done with it yet. Just one opinion.

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  4. hocuspocus13 Says:

    I’ve been reading about something not sure it’s true…

    Talk says the FBI building in Washington is empty & door boarded up

    Something they say is brewing…

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  5. nrringlee Says:

    So since when is a life long communist agitator concerned about the health of our ‘democracy?’ Power for the sake of power. Power in the service or Lord Nefarious. That is their concern. Liberty is cast aside. Power for the sake of power.

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  6. markone1blog Says:

    I am so glad that Garland did not make it to the Supreme Court. He could have done a lot of damage from that position.

    Still, in his current position, he can throw a lot of mud. But the ball is in the court of the states.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The word on the street is they wanted Garland off the list for the Supreme thus gave him the AG.. More concerning is his pick for D.C. court.

      WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden’s nominee for a powerful appeals court who is also being watched as a potential future Supreme Court pick cleared a procedural hurdle Thursday in the Senate and is on track for confirmation as soon as next week.

      The Senate also confirmed Zahid Quraishi as the nation’s first Muslim federal judge.

      Despite opposition from some Republicans, the Senate agreed 52-46 to cut off debate on the appeals court nomination of U.S. District Court Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson, meaning her confirmation for a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit is all but assured.


      • markone1blog Says:


        We will see if this means that now the Quran will be cited in federal decisions.

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      • Mustang Says:

        There is no reason to cite the Koran in federal judicial decisions. Case law is already sufficient for that purpose. In Reynolds v. US (1879), a practicing Mormon argued that polygamy is merely the exercise of his religion, which the First Amendment guarantees. In this case, the court ruled that Reynolds is free to exercise his religious belief, but he is not free to practice it. Fast forward to US v. Nagarwala (2018) where the court overturned federal law prohibiting FGM. Mutilating female genitals is okay, having more than one wife is not. Case law is a maze of absurdities.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        In a rare commentary by a member of the Supreme Court on Senate hearings for a potential colleague, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday sought to correct the views of members of the Senate Judiciary Committee who recently suggested that foreign law has no place in America’s legal principles.  In a speech at American University in Washington (the full text is here), Ginsburg said flatly that it is “very wrong…to charge that citing foreign law is a recent heresy advanced by liberal activist judges in pursuit of their political preferences.” And, without naming names among senators, she used questions and comments by lawmakers at Justice-designate Elena Kagan’s nomination hearings to illustrate the error she perceived.

        Arguing that “foreign and international law [have] influenced legal reasoning and judicial decision-making” from the nation’s birth, Ginsburg then invited her audience at a gathering of the International Academy of Comparative Law to “flash forward with me” to the Kagan hearings. “Queries,” the Justice said, “about international and foreign law were several times posed” by senators, including one who voiced “dismay” that Kagan as Harvard law dean required students to take a course in international law.
        (Kagan removed the requirement for a course in constitutional law.)

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  7. peter3nj Says:

    I’m in a quandary as to which is worse, the Israeli government now in the hands of a loosely knit coalition whose members agree on nothing other than appeasing it’s enemies or our government here handed power as a result of election fraud pulled off by a coalition of anti -Americans from rich and powerful corporate elitists to communist street thugs whose goal is to usurp our constitution and bring down the very government they now control. Who woulda thunk it possible; national suicide by two once powerful freedom loving nations now on the brink of throw it all away; their freedoms that is.

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