Whoops! AG Barr Makes A Big Mistake In Jan 6th Testimony And Gets Called Out

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Sitting down with Nancy Pelosi’s left-wing witch hunt against President Donald Trump, former Attorney General Bill Barr said, “The election was not stolen by fraud.”

“And I haven’t seen anything since the election that changes my mind on that, including the ‘2000 Mules’ movie,” Barr added.

Barr also scoffed and laughed out loud about the technology used in “2000 Mules” to identify ballot traffickers.

However, Barr is either misinformed about the technology or he was deliberately lying to Pelosi’s January 6 Committee.

As evidence of this lie, the Kentucky Supreme Court recently ruled on a cellphone geo-tracking case in which police used real-time cellphone geo-tracking information to locate an alleged robber.

This led to the arrest of the suspect based on the accuracy of the geo-tracking information from the suspect’s cellphone.

In fact, police and advertisers regularly use geo-tracking and rely on its accuracy.

Even the FBI used geo-tracking before and after the events of January 6 to identify the lcoation of Trump supporters who were at or near the US Capitol. Watch the clip:

“My opinion then, and my opinion now, is that the election was not stolen by fraud,” Barr said. “And I haven’t seen anything since the election that changes my mind, including the ‘2000 Mules’ movie,” he said, before he began to laugh.

When asked about D’Souza’s documentary film, Barr said the Georgia Bureau of Investigation had looked into the cellphone geotracking evidence used in “2000 Mules” by the vote integrity group True the Vote. Barr said the Georgia Bureau of Investigation was “unimpressed with it,” referring to the geotracking evidence.

Now Barr is being called out by the film’s director, Dinesh D’Souza.

D’Souza responded, “I’d like to invite Bill Barr to a public debate on election fraud. Given his blithe chuckling dismissal of #2000Mules this should be easy for him. What do you say, Barr?” D’Souza asked.

“Do you dare to back up your belly laughs with arguments that can withstand rebuttal and cross-examination?” he asked Barr.

D’Souza also questioned, “Is there anyone competent in cell phone geotracking who will defend what Bill Barr said?”

“He insists that random people in a busy city going past ballot dropboxes cannot be distinguished from mules who each go on routes and stop specifically at 10 or more dropboxes,” D’Souza continued. “Is this true?”

In a fact-check by The Associated Press, it claims “2000 Mules” use of True the Vote’s analysis was “flawed.” This is based on false assumptions of how precise cellphone tracking data is. People might frequently happen to go by drop boxes for other reasons, the fact-check claims.

D’Souza argued that mules going to 10 different drop boxes during the election cycle is very unlikely to be explained by simple coincidence.

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