U.S Attorney Blows Election Fraud Wide Open Bill Bar is In Involved

Former U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 2018-2021, Bill Mcswain, wrote to President Trump on June 9, 2021, explaining that he did not investigate voting fraud in Pennsylvania because claimed AG Bill Barr told him not to.

In 2020, he was convicted of stuffing a vote box by an election judge.

He also charged a political consultant and former Democratic official with bribing a 2020 election judge in Philadelphia.

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Trump,

It was an honor to serve as your Eastern District of Pennsylvania U.S. Attorney. I prioritized public safety as you requested. While Larry Krasner, Philadelphia’s radical leftist DA, let violent criminals escape and refused to prosecute rioters, looters, and arsonists, our office placed them in prison and defended law-abiding residents.

In 2020, I pursued and won a case against a South Philadelphia election judge who stuffed the vote box. I also accused a former Democratic congressman who bribed the judge to stuff the vote box.

The way Democrats managed the 2020 election in Pennsylvania was a political disgrace, Mr. Trump. The Governor, Commonwealth Secretary, and partisan State Supreme Court drew up their own regulations. Even worse, the state attorney general, Josh Shapiro, said days before Election Day that you couldn’t win. It’s hard to imagine a law enforcement official making a more foolish comment during a heated race.
Such remarks explain why many Pennsylvanians don’t trust election outcomes.

Our office received election fraud and irregularity accusations on Election Day and subsequently. As U.S. Attorney, I wanted to be forthright and examine any complaints. Attorney General Barr told me not to make public declarations or news releases about electoral violations. I was told to send significant complaints to the State Attorney General for inquiry — the same State Attorney General who said you couldn’t win.

But they were my instructions. As a Marine infantry officer, I was educated to obey the chain of command and respect instructions, even when I disagreed.

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Mr. President, I want to serve the people of Pennsylvania and restore conservative leadership. I’ll be the most likely Republican candidate for governor in 2022. Based on my expertise and experience, I’m well-positioned to beat Mr. Shapiro (the probable Democratic candidate). I’d love to discuss this with you in person. I’d appreciate your help.

One of my first goals as governor would be to modernize Pennsylvania’s election process and defend the right to vote.
That means no ballot harvesting, undated ballots, unsigned votes, ballots collected after Election Day (other than genuine military and foreign absentee ballots), hurdles to poll observers watching the counting of ballots, inconsistent regulations in various counties, and no ballot stuffing. It implies voter ID laws. Elections should be nonpartisan. We must make voting simple but cheating difficult or impossible. That’s how we respect the people’s will and how the best candidates win.

I hope to see you soon.

Please,

McSwain

Former Eastern PA US Attorney, 2018-2021