A former Trump administration official has come forward with a startling allegation that the Justice Department, led by then-Attorney General Bill Barr, deliberately impeded an investigation into potential voter irregularities and fraud in Muskegon, Michigan, leading up to the 2020 election. The allegations, first brought forward by the Gateway Pundit, tie GBI Strategies LLC, a company that had come under scrutiny by Michigan state police.
In an equally staggering disclosure, the Twitter account “KanekoaTheGreat” reported that a controversial “dark money” Super PAC channeled an astonishing $11,254,919 to GBI Strategies LLC. Allegedly, these funds were earmarked for voter registration initiatives supporting Joe Biden’s presidential campaign.
BREAKING🚨 FEC records reveal a Democrat dark money super PAC paid the company implicated in a Michigan police report of voter registration fraud $11,254,919 to register voters for Joe Biden's 2020 presidential campaign.
BlackPAC, a Democrat political action committee fueled by… pic.twitter.com/l5AYuSddao
— KanekoaTheGreat (@KanekoaTheGreat) August 9, 2023
Andrew Kloster, a former general counsel of personnel operations in the Trump administration, delivered these bombshell claims during an interview on The War Room with Steve Bannon. Kloster shed light on a potentially significant cover-up, asserting that a senior law enforcement official in Muskegon alerted him to a woman who had been apprehended for her alleged involvement in voter fraud.
Reportedly, this woman was found in possession of a substantial number of completed voter registration applications. Some of these applications exhibited unsettling patterns, including identical handwriting and non-existent addresses, raising serious concerns about the integrity of the electoral process in the contentious state.
The Gateway Pundit first brought these damning allegations to the forefront earlier this week. The controversy revolves around the activities of a woman associated with GBI Strategies, who was purportedly discovered with thousands of completed voter registration applications mere weeks before the 2020 election.
Although local law enforcement initiated the investigation, it was eventually handed over to the FBI. However, the investigation seems to have hit a standstill, leaving critical questions unanswered. It is unclear whether the FBI further investigated the claims or whether it had no further evidence of wrongdoing.
This is real. I was at the White House and spoke w relevant witnesses. My understanding is that Benson intimidated the whistleblowers and threatened their jobs, a ripe case for federal public corruption charges. Barr not interested. White House Counsel under Trump not… https://t.co/TGCtUMyC5S
— Andrew Kloster (@ARKloster) August 10, 2023
Kloster detailed the obstacles he encountered in his attempts to address the matter within the Trump administration. Despite clear indications of potential fraud and irregularities, there were explicit directives to avoid delving into election-related matters from both the White House Council and the DOJ during Barr’s tenure.
Kloster’s endeavors to raise concerns and initiate an investigation were met with resistance and indifference from various quarters within the Trump administration.
Barr’s Chief of Staff, Will Levi, allegedly rebuffed Kloster’s efforts, and the White House Counsel eventually intervened, effectively halting any further action and leaving the investigation in a state of uncertainty.
In interviews after the 2020 presidential election, Barr has admitted that he approached the allegations of election irregularities with skepticism.