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Attorney General William Barr has given the green light to the DOJ to investigate any serious claims of voter fraud which might have occurred during the 2020 election.
- Barr specified that the announcement does not mean the Department of Justice believes any voter fraud actually occurred.
- Although many videos and pictures have circulated on social media suggesting that voter fraud took place, few if any have been verified.
- The Department of Justice now has the permission to investigate any "substantial allegations" of voter fraud, which may include some of the unverified content circulating online.
- Many Republican voters believe Democrat poll counters and supporters manipulated ballots in states where voting outcomes were close.
- Critics argue that while some instances of voter fraud may have occurred, it is unlikely that they are substantial enough to flip the outcome in favor of Trump.
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