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President Trump Asks Jan 6 Committee to Look into Why Bill Barr’s Justice Department Wouldn’t Act in PA?

President Trump asked the sham Jan 6 Committee whether they had seen the letter from the DOJ that identified numerous issues in Pennsylvania that Bill Barr refused to look into.

In July 2021, long after the 2020 Election President Trump received a letter from a top individual at the DOJ who claimed that Bill Barr asked him not to investigate the numerous 2020 Election issues in Pennsylvania.

Here was the letter that was received:

President Trump received the following letter from the former US Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, William McSwain.   In the letter McSwain shared the following:

Below is the letter from former US Attorney in the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.

Letter to President Trump by Jim Hoft on Scribd

Today President Trump asked the unconstitutional sham Jan 6 Committee if they ever saw this or looked into it.

Of course, the Jan 6 committee hasn’t looked at this letter and won’t look at this letter.  All of America knows it.  This Jan 6 committee is only in place to damage President Trump.  He and America are their enemies.

 

 

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