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Rep. Biggs to AG Barr: How do you know there was no voter fraud if you didn’t investigate it?



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House Freedom Caucus Chairman Rep. Andy Biggs, R-AZ, slammed Attorney General William Barr on Monday’s episode of “The Sara Carter Show” for suggesting there was no widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election while showing no evidence of an investigation into claims of such fraud.

Barr told the Associated Press earlier this month that the Justice Department was conducting an investigation, but claimed that “to date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have effected a different outcome in the election.”

The Freedom Caucus last week wrote a letter to Barr asking him for evidence of his investigation, but Biggs says that evidence hasn’t yet been provided.

“If you didn’t investigate, then you wouldn’t know if there’s fraud or not,” Biggs told Carter of Barr. “But I’m disgusted. He’s named Durham, to be special counsel, ostensibly, so he can keep investigating in a Biden era.”

In his home state of Arizona, Biggs says the proper way to restore election integrity is to conduct an audit of the 2020 election. That will need to be directed by either Governor Doug Ducey, who will need the support of the state legislature, or the board of supervisors, Biggs noted.

“All’s the governor has to do is either bring legislature in and they can vote to have an audit, or the board of supervisors can order an audit, or the governor could issue an executive order and what would an audit do a forensic audit? He would either say that what the governor has been saying is right, that we had a wonderful election, there was no fraud, every legal ballot was counted and no illegal ballots were counted,” Biggs explaned.

“That’s what it would show he’d be a hero for that. Or he would say look, you know, we did find some a systemic problem. We did find enough balance to bring this into question and, and then you could pursue the remedy. He’d be a hero for that. You can’t lose. So why won’t he do it?”

Biggs also emphasized that despite hundreds of affidavits, many state leaders have gone on the “defensive” to prevent any such investigations.

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The Tate Brothers and Associates Face Human Trafficking Charges in Romania



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In a recent development, the Tate brothers, Andrew and Tristan, along with two associates, find themselves at the center of a high-profile case involving human trafficking allegations.

The charges leveled against them indicate the formation of an organized criminal group in 2021 with the intent to carry out human trafficking operations not only in Romania but also in the United States and the United Kingdom, according to the BBC.

The investigation, which led to their arrest in December last year, has culminated in an indictment filed with the Bucharest court. According to the indictment, the Tate brothers are accused of luring their victims with false promises of love and marriage. Seven individuals have been identified as alleged victims, who were later coerced and subjected to a harrowing ordeal.

Prosecutors contend that the victims were taken to locations in Ilfov county, Romania, where they faced constant surveillance, intimidation, and control. The defendants allegedly forced the victims into debt and coerced them into participating in pornographic activities, with the explicit material subsequently shared on social media platforms. Shockingly, one of the defendants is accused of raping a woman on two occasions in March 2022, further amplifying the gravity of the charges.

While the trial is not expected to commence immediately, as a Romanian judge is granted 60 days to inspect the case files, it is anticipated to be a protracted legal battle. The complexity of the case and the severity of the charges will undoubtedly result in a lengthy trial process, with several years potentially passing before a verdict is reached.

Representatives for the Tate brothers released a statement acknowledging the unsurprising nature of the news but maintaining their belief in their innocence.

As reported by the BBC, the Tate brothers media team stared, “While this news is undoubtedly predictable, we embrace the opportunity it presents to demonstrate their innocence and vindicate their reputation.”

They expressed their eagerness to present a comprehensive body of evidence meticulously collected over time, which they believe will substantiate their claims of innocence and restore their tarnished reputation.

However, it should be noted that additional charges, such as money laundering and trafficking of minors, are still under investigation. If evidence is uncovered to support these allegations, a separate indictment could be filed, further complicating the legal proceedings for the defendants.

Andrew Tate, who gained notoriety through his participation in the reality television show Big Brother, has a controversial past, having been removed from the show in 2016 following a video that appeared to depict him assaulting a woman.

Despite subsequent bans on social media platforms due to his contentious statements, he has managed to amass a following, particularly among young men, by promoting an ostentatious and hyper-masculine lifestyle.

As the case unfolds, public attention will undoubtedly be drawn to the trial, with many eagerly awaiting the outcome and hoping for justice to be served for the alleged victims. The complex web of charges and the high-profile nature of the defendants ensure that this trial will be closely monitored and scrutinized by the media and the public alike.

Follow Alexander Carter on Twitter @AlexCarterDC for more!

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