(FiveNation.com)- On Sunday, former President Donald Trump gave a speech to a packed venue in Dallas, Texas, for the summer Conservative Political Action Conference. During the speech, Trump thanked the audience for their support, and for their show of confidence after a straw poll at the venue showed 70% wanted him to be the next GOP presidential nominee.
The speech, which you can listen to in the clip below, has been removed from YouTube by Google censors and contained several interesting insights…including a titbit about former Attorney General Bill Barr.
It turns out that Pennsylvania’s United States Attorney recently sent a letter for former President Trump in which he claimed that former AG Barr instructed him not to investigate corruption, fraud, and misconduct in the state of Pennsylvania in the last presidential election.
And after Trump revealed that news in his speech, he released the letter in full.
You can find a copy of the letter here.
In it, former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, William M. McSwain, wrote that on election day and afterwards, his office received a number of serious allegations about election irregularities and voter fraud. He described how Attorney General Barr instructed him “not to make any public statement” or publish any press releases regarding possible 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,” he continued.
This is pretty serious.
He added that Trump was right to be upset about the way the Democrats ran the 2020 presidential race in Pennsylvania, describing it as a “partisan disgrace.”
McSwain insisted that as a Marine infantry officer it is in his blood to follow the chain of command and respect the orders of his superiors, even when he disagrees.
The letter comes as a forensic audit in Pennsylvania looms. Democrats might have good reason to be scared about this.