Bill Barr Bursts Into Laughter Admitting He Wouldn’t Investigate Any Election Fraud

( In recorded testimony played during Monday’s hearing of the January 6 select committee, former Attorney General William Barr scoffed at the claims made in Dinesh D’Souza’s film “2000 Mules.”

During his testimony, Barr maintained that there was no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election and he has seen nothing since then to change his mind, including the movie “2000 Mules.” Barr then chuckles at the notion.

When asked about the allegations made in the film, Barr said the Georgia Bureau of Investigation wasn’t impressed with the allegations, and neither was he.

He explained that basing the claims on cellphone data “is singularly unimpressive.” He noted that in a big city like Atlanta where there are millions of cell phones, there are going to be hundreds of cell phones passing by a ballot drop box, making the premise that those people were mules “indefensible.”

He said even if you can show ballot harvesting, it isn’t clear if the harvesting would change the election results. He added that courts aren’t going to try and figure out which votes were harvested and then throw them out. The burden of proof, Barr added, is on those challenging the votes. They’re the ones who have to prove illegal ballots were cast.