According to the Wall Street Journal, the White House executed a senior Justice Department official in Atlanta on January 3 at the Supreme U.S. Attorney’s Office, resulting in his resignation as part of a pressure campaign to change the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.
According to the report, in a late-night call, Justice Department officials told Trump’s appointed U.S. Attorney Byung J. Pak that President Trump was angry that Atlanta’s federal government did not conduct election fraud.
According to the report, Justice Department officials told Bai Ke that Trump wanted to fire him, prompting the top prosecutor to resign the next day, which was the day before the Georgia State Senate runoff.
When Park resigned, he mentioned “unforeseen circumstances”
The pressure on Park’s campaign was part of the president’s weekslong attempt to change his campaign loss to President-elect Biden, the magazine said.
The paper also reported that when Georgia’s election officials verified the signatures of absentee ballots last month, the White House pressured the chief investigator to “detect fraud and tell him it would make him a “national hero.” .
According to fierce telephone recordings, Trump called Pak on January 2 the day before, urging Georgian Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to recalculate the election records of the Peach State to “find “Enough votes to overturn Biden’s victory.