The Public Integrity Section of the Department of Justice may be the most oxymoronically named unit within the federal government. And a recent change in leadership there spells more unjust political persecution for conservative office-holders, including former representative Steve Stockman, recently released from federal prison (where he contracted COVID) thanks to a commutation of his sentence by President Trump.
The Public Integrity Section (PIS) has been missing in action when it comes to investigations of vote fraud in the presidential election. Its former head resigned in a huff six days after the election, rejecting then-A.G. Barr’s authorization for investigating voter fraud:
A Justice Department career official who oversees the DOJ’s election crimes unit resigned on Monday night, several hours after Attorney General Bill Barr issued a new Trump-friendly policy authorizing investigations into allegations of mass voter fraud before the election results are certified.
Richard Pilger, the director of the election crimes branch at the department’s Public Integrity Section (PIN), sent an email to his colleagues announcing that he was stepping down in response to the new rule.
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