‘Better late than never’: FBI finally checking fraud claims, requesting data about illegal ballots

The FBI may finally be looking into voter-fraud claims and radio host Mark Levin says it’s “better late than never.”

The conservative author and television host reacted to a new report indicating that the federal agency has requested documents from an independent investigation into problematic ballots. Matt Braynard, a former data chief and strategist for the Trump campaign, revealed that the FBI has “proactively and directly requested” files from his investigation.

“Better late than never, FBI, but time is of the essence,” Levin noted in a tweet on Sunday.

“The FBI has proactively and directly requested from me the VIP [Voter Integrity Project] findings that indicate illegal ballots,” Braynard tweeted, referring to the probe into potential problems with thousands of ballots, as part of an investigation for the Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society.

“By Tuesday, we will have delivered to the agency all of our data, including names, addresses, phone numbers, etc.,” Braynard, who believes the VIP findings are enough to flip results in some states, added.

“While there has been legit criticism of the actions of leaders of the agency over the last several years, I can personally attest to the many patriots within the rank-and-file who are fighting on the side of the Constitution and Law and Order,” the attorney wrote, noting that “there’s never guarantee of a productive result.”

“Based on the recent track record of the @FBI this update should not fill anyone with hope,” Newsmax’s Emerald Robinson tweeted in response.

President Trump called out his Department of Justice and the FBI for being “missing in action” in aggressively investigating allegations of massive voter fraud, ballot harvesting, improper voter registration, and more.

“Where is the DOJ and the FBI in all of this, Mr. President? You have laid out some serious charges here. Shouldn’t this be something that the FBI is investigating? Are they?” Fox News’s Maria Bartiromo asked the president on “Sunday Morning Futures.”

“Missing in action. Can’t tell you where they are. I ask, ‘Are they looking at it?’ Everyone says, ‘Yes, they’re looking at it,’” Trump replied. “All I can say is I haven’t heard, with all of the fraud that’s taken place, nobody has come to me and said, ‘Oh, the FBI has nabbed, you know, the people that are doing this scheme. The FBI is looking at Dominion.”

The director of the Amistad Project, Phillip Kline, noted that the FBI had requested files from the group which has filed lawsuits on the election results in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Nevada, Georgia, and Arizona.

“The Amistad Project of the Thomas More Society retained Matt Braynard and his team after Election Day to develop data analysis to cultivate as evidence to support election integrity lawsuits in the battleground states,” Kline said in a statement.

“We’ve learned that Mr. Braynard was contacted by FBI Special Agent Young Oh of the FBI Los Angeles Field Office seeking our data. Mr. Braynard is cooperating with this request and we fully support him,” the former attorney general of Kansas added.

“This data has been used to identify hundreds of thousands of potentially fraudulent ballots in the states where we filed litigation,” Kline said. “More about this data will be made available in Matt Braynard’s appearance before a meeting with legislators in Arizona tomorrow.”

In another tweet on Sunday, he explained that the group “obtained substantial and compelling evidence that unlawful actions by state and local election officials in swing states resulted in the casting and counting of hundreds of thousands of fraudulent ballots,” adding that “tens of thousands” of other ballots were spoiled.

Frieda Powers

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