Biden was cheering in his basement yesterday as he watched William Barr deliver an announcement that the DOJ has not yet found evidence of widespread voter fraud which seriously impacted the results of the election. It seemed the President-elect was in high spirits for an interview with New York Times opinion columnist Thomas L. Friedman as he cracked jokes at the Trump team’s expense.
Biden was probably smiling under his mask as he joked Barr had called asking to be placed in the witness protection program after making the announcement which he saw as an unofficial endorsement from the Attorney General.
In an article from The New York Times:
President-elect Joe Biden was in a good mood as we talked on the phone Tuesday evening for an hour — he in Delaware and me in Bethesda, Md. He apologized, though, for being late. He had been following the breaking news that Attorney General William Barr had just announced that the Justice Department had not uncovered any significant fraud that could have affected the results of the presidential election. It’s all over.
Biden joked that Barr had just called him, “asking if I can get him in the witness protection program for endorsing me.”
Despite the fact that AG Barr said the DOJ has not yet uncovered substantial evidence pointing to widespread voter fraud he was careful to include the fact the Just Department is still investigating any claims into voter irregularities.
The Trump legal team is still fighting the good fight in courts across America. President Trump has not conceded the election to Joe Biden and still confidently claims that the election was impacted by widespread fraud.