AG Barr just refuted our President’s claim that there is widespread voting fraud enough to change the outcome of the election.
The man appointed by the President to rubber stamp all of the President’s policies and who has spent his two years doing things like: misrepresenting the Russia investigation (whether you believe the investigation was worth it or not — I do not — he still misrepresented the final report), to giving orders to disperse peaceful demonstrations (most people don’t argue against unlawful or dangerous demonstrations by the way), to stating his own DoJ is being run by inexperienced people.
Well, this man, just said that to date, there isn’t widespread voter fraud enough to change the outcome of the election.
And you know what that means.
Which Trump loyalists will disown Barr, call his credibility into question, and continue believing our President now?.
You can hate Biden. You can detest his policies. (You can’t call him a pedophile, you can, but it’s ridiculous.) But when we lose the ability to anchor on objective truths we lose the ability to do…anything.
It’s amazing what we’ll believe, in order to keep believing what we believe.