White House’s John Ratcliffe Wants More FBI Transparency In Voter Fraud Probes

(PatrioticPost.com)- Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said on Fox on Sunday that the FBI should be providing “more visibility” about ongoing investigations into voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. His call for the bureau to provide more information about their investigations comes as the mainstream media engages in a propaganda campaign to convince American voters that no evidence of fraud exists.

Fox anchor Maria Bartiromo asked Ratcliffe if the FBI will “bring anybody in to question.”

“You did an investigation, a darn good one, throughout 2017 and 2018 about what the FBI and the CIA did to take down candidate Trump and worked with Hillary Clinton,” Bartiromo said. “Does anybody believe the FBI is actually going to bring these people in to question them to find out what they were doing with the suitcases of ballots? Do you think so?” she asked.

Bartiromo’s comments referenced recently discovered footage showing ballot counters in Georgia pulling suitcases of ballots from underneath a table and counting the ballots after telling ballot watchers to go home.

“I have great confidence in our law enforcement authorities,” Ratcliffe responded. “I really do, but I think they, to the extent that they are doing the things that they are supposed to be doing, they ought to provide more visibility to the American people about that because there’s so many questions and folks like you, Maria, that don’t see that that’s happening.”

He added that the American people “deserve an explanation to know that those types of investigations are taking place.”

Investigations are indeed underway at the Department of Justice and the FBI, and President Donald Trump’s legal team has put forward a huge amount of evidence in the form of sworn witness testimony, photographs, data analysis, and witness testimony.

Despite the overwhelming evidence of fraud, and the existence of federal government agency investigations, media outlets continue to claim allegations of voter fraud are “baseless.”