A group of 20 House Republican legislators sent a letter on Friday, Dec. 4, to U.S. Attorney General William Barr asking him to investigate the Georgia fraud video for possible fair runoff elections.
According to the Daily Wire, the letter pointed to the lack of prosecutorial power in the office of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger despite the announcement that he is investigating several illegal and disabled voters in Georgia.
“We ask that the Department of Justice simultaneously investigate and prosecute this illegal behavior under federal law,” the letter stated.
The letter urges William Barr to “use your authority as Attorney General to issue a preliminary order preventing any organization from registering illegal and invalid voters in the upcoming January 5th Georgia U.S. Senate Runoff Elections.”
Earlier in the week, Attorney General Barr told The Associated Press that federal prosecutors as well as FBI agents had been following up on complaints about voter fraud without finding any evidence yet that would change the election results.
The letter headed by Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) comes after a revealing video was presented during the Georgia Senate Government Oversight Committee hearing, showing a late night secret vote count that was promoted by Gov. Brian Kemp.
The video recorded the moment when security cameras at the State Farm Arena in Fulton, Georgi, showed bags of ballots after the supervisor told Republican observers to leave the vote count center because of an alleged broken water pipe.
The hearing was followed Thursday morning by the Senate Oversight Committee on the massive election fraud in Georgia in favor of Democrat Joe Biden.
According to The Gateway Pundit, on election night President Trump was ahead of Democratic candidate Joe Biden, surpassing him by nearly 40,000 votes. However, in Fulton County, authorities announced a halt to the vote count until the next day due to broken water pipe.
Meanwhile, Georgia’s voting system implementation manager, Gabriel Sterling, and Georgia Secretary of State Chief Investigator Frances Watson said the video shows nothing suspicious and that it is just “normal procedure.”