None of the U.S. government’s top 93 prosecutors appears to have looked into allegations of voter fraud in states across the nation, Heritage Foundation legal expert Hans von Spakovsky says.

In an interview with EWTN’s “News Nightly,” von Spakovsky responds to Attorney General William Barr’s assertion to The Associated Press that the Justice Department hasn’t seen evidence of widespread voter fraud in the presidential election.

“I have a lot of respect for Attorney General Barr, but he didn’t say what he bases that conclusion on,” von Spakovsky, a former Justice Department lawyer himself, tells EWTN’s Tracy Sabol.

He adds: “I haven’t seen any reports that any U.S. attorneys have actually investigated any of the allegations that have been made in various states.”

Watch the five-minute interview: