HMM: U.S. Attorney in North Georgia Resigns Suddenly Due to ‘Unforeseen Circumstances’
U.S Attorney Byung J. “BJay” Pak made the sudden announcement on Monday that he will be leaving office effective immediately.
Pak has been the chief law enforcement officer in North Georgia since 2017. The district spans over 46 counties, including Fulton County where the electoral fraud is suspected of taking place.
“It has been the greatest honor of my professional career to have been able to serve my fellow citizens as the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Georgia,” Pak said in a statement formally announcing his resignation.
“I have done my best to be thoughtful and consistent, and to provide justice for my fellow citizens in a fair, effective and efficient manner. I am grateful to President Trump and the United States Senate for the opportunity to serve, and to former Attorneys General Sessions and Barr for their leadership of the Department,” he added.
Before Pak became U.S. Attorney, he was a state representative from 2011 to 2017. He is an immigrant who came to the country from Seoul, South Korea when he was nine years old.
Although he was put into the position by President Donald Trump, that does not necessarily mean that Pak did not serve the swamp in his role as U.S. Attorney. Since the election, many so-called conservatives have shown themselves to be just as disreputable as any Democrat.
Big League Politics has reported on the corruption of the Georgia Republican Party, which has resulted in Governor Brian Kemp and Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger becoming nationally reviled figures:
Attorneys for the Republican administration of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp have argued that protecting the trade secrets of Dominion voting software is more important than getting to the bottom of severe electoral irregularities related to the controversial systems.
The National Pulse found key text in a court order preventing the deletion of key records in Cherokee, Gwinnett and Cobb counties. Kemp was listed as a defendant along with Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in the civil action file that was approved by the courts to preserve potential evidence of fraud.
“Defendants’ counsel also argued that allowing such forensic inspections would pose substantial security and proprietary/trade secret risks to Defendants,” the order reads.
The pathetic appeal to protect Dominion was ultimately rejected by the courts, as the Plaintiffs suggested a process in which the voting software could be inspected lawfully.
“Plaintiffs’ counsel responded that Defendants’ concerns could be alleviated by an order from the Court (1) allowing Defendants’ own expert(s) to participate in the requested inspections, which would be video-recorded, and (2) directing the experts to provide whatever information they obtain to the Court — and no one else — for an in camera inspection,” the order states.
The corruption in Georgia may be biblical, but President Trump has not backed down against the odds. Trump has shown that he is the leader America needs throughout the vote steal.