SMOKING GUN: Just Before Transferring to DA Bragg’s Office, Matthew Colangelo Shut Down ALL 2020 Election Investigations

Matthew Colangelo, a figure tainted by corruption, gained attention recently when he switched from a senior role at the Department of Justice under President Biden to a low level position in the office of District Attorney Alvin Bragg in New York.

Colangelo’s purpose was to revive and push forward a case, supported by Soros, targeting President Trump which had previously been considered weak.

When President President Trump discussed the fact that Colangelo was part of the Biden gang, corrupt Judge Merchan overseeing the case, placed an unconstitutional gag order on the President. Eventually President Trump was indicted and found guilty in a case where no crimes were committed.

It turns out that before resurrecting and pushing forward the garbage case against President Trump in New York, corrupt Colangelo was up to even more shocking corrupt acts.

Leah Hoopes and Greg Stenstrom, part of an investigative team from Pennsylvania, have disclosed findings indicating that Matthew Colangelo, accused of corruption during his brief tenure at the DOJ, was responsible for halting all investigations into the 2020 Election.

On November 9, 2020, AG Barr issued a memo authorizing US Attorneys to investigate US election fraud.

New York Times reported:

Attorney General William P. Barr, wading into President Trump’s unfounded accusations of widespread election irregularities, told federal prosecutors on Monday that they were allowed to investigate “specific allegations” of voter fraud before the results of the presidential race are certified.

Mr. Barr’s authorization prompted the Justice Department official who oversees investigations of voter fraud, Richard Pilger, to step down from the post within hours, according to an email Mr. Pilger sent to colleagues that was obtained by The New York Times.

Mr. Barr said he had authorized “specific instances” of investigative steps in some cases. He made clear in a carefully worded memo that prosecutors had the authority to investigate, but he warned that “specious, speculative, fanciful or far-fetched claims should not be a basis for initiating federal inquiries.”

You can see Barr’s memo HERE.

In reaction to Barr’s memo, US Attorney David Kennedy of the Southern District of New York signed a letter urging Barr to retract his November 9th memo. Kennedy seemingly opposed uncovering election fraud in the 2020 election.

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On November 13, 2020, 19 Democrat AGs signed a letter encouraging AG Barr to rescind his November 9th memo.

Law and Crime reported at the time:

Nearly two dozen state attorneys general urged U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr to reverse course on a recent change that allows the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to interfere with election results.

“This troubling last-minute policy change, which caused the director of the Election Crimes Branch of the U.S. Department of Justice to resign from his supervisory role, is wrong,” said Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul (D) in a press release accompanying an open letter making the plea.

“For no apparent reason other than to indulge the outgoing president’s baseless attacks on the integrity of the election, AG Barr has further undermined USDOJ’s [sic] independence.”

The AGs who signed the document included Michigan’s AG Dana Nessel, New York’s Letitia James, Wisconsin AG Joshua Kaul, and many more where election issues were widespread in their states.

On January 20, 2021, the day that the corrupt Biden Administration was sworn into power, corrupt Matthew Colangelo became the Acting Associate Attorney General of the US Justice Department.

Twelve days after taking over as Acting Associate AG, Matthew Colangelo rescinded former AG Bill Barr’s memo from November 9th, 2020, requesting federal prosecutors to investigate election issues in the 2020 Election.

According to documents obtained, the DOJ was informed about election concerns in Michigan in 2020. However, within his initial two weeks in office, Matthew Colangelo reportedly worked behind the scenes to overturn Bill Barr’s November 9th memo that had called for investigations into election fraud during the 2020 Election.

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Gail A Funderburk
Gail A Funderburk
1 month ago

Anyone involved in unlawful acts by our government regarding voting needs to be investigated, and if there is smoke there is fire, need to be prosecuted to the fullest extent.

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