President Donald Trump questioned the incomprehensible absence of the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the FBI in the fight against the enormous amounts of electoral fraud that cloud the electoral process.

“Where are the DOJ and the FBI in all this, missing in action? Can’t tell you where …,” said President Trump in an interview with host Maria Bartiromo, published on Nov. 29. 

And he added, “And I know the FBI is great at the levels that we talk about, but it’s just inconceivable, you would think if you’re in the FBI or Department of Justice, this is the biggest thing you could be looking at,” Trump reiterated.

“Where are they? I’ve not seen anything. They just keep moving along and they go on to the next president,” he reiterated.

On the same subject, President Trump also stressed that he is staying out of the way, leaving security agencies free to fulfill their obligations, but he thinks differently now. 

“I said I’ll stay out of it. I wish I didn’t make that statement. There’s no reason really why I have to,” he said.

He also noted that the FBI and the DOJ have not shown any results in prosecuting the apparent crimes committed by former FBI Director James Comey and former Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

“They lied to Congress, they lied, they leaked, they spied on our campaign. Where are they with all of this stuff? And what happened to [U.S. Attorney John] Durham? Where’s Durham,” Trump asked. 

The FBI’s absence is notable not only for the lack of investigation into election fraud that illegally favors Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, but for the extreme cases of corruption that were revealed in October involving Biden and his son Hunter.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), chairman of the U.S. Senate Homeland Security Committee asked FBI Director Christopher Wray if he had investigated the contents of the laptop found in a Delaware workshop that compromised the Bidens. 

The FBI obtained that information in December and has not made a statement about it. 

Johnson wrote to Wray on Oct. 17, saying that several days after his request the FBI had failed to release data on the subject.

“The FBI responded that it would neither confirm nor deny any information identified by the committee, although several of our questions were not related to the possible existence of an ongoing grand jury investigation,” Johnson wrote.

As for the evidence and proof obtained by Trump’s campaign lawyers, it is they who carry the legal weight in court to restore electoral transparency. 

Despite the short time available, the courts are beginning to give favorable signals for Trump’s reelection, and in any case there are still several resources to be activated, such as going all the way to the Supreme Court.