Skip to comments.House Passes Sweeping Bill Making it Easier For Democrats to Steal Elections
Posted on 03/04/2021 6:33:42 AM PST by Red Badger
The Democrat-controlled House on Wednesday night passed H.R. 1, a massive elections reform bill making it easier for Democrats to steal elections.
The vote was 220-210.
All Republicans voted “nay.”
The House Democrats previously introduced the “For the People Act of 2021” which will ensure Democrats can count ballots for days and days after an election until they have enough votes to win.
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THEY are going to take that away as well...................
DOA in the Senate.
The Stick It to America Act.
Don’t count your chickens before they are fried.................
I’m not so sure about that.
I can’t see anything in what democrats have done in election is beyond republicans. In fact there are more counties controlled by republicans than by democrats. But they choose to have “election integrity” which requires photo id and one person one vote (for their own voters)
This is the End. My Friend. The End.
Welcome to Cuba.
DOA in the Senate because the cartridge box is supreme.
Jury Box (SCOTUS)
Cartridge Box <- YOU ARE HERE
Excellent point. Locked and loaded. ;)
They are getting away with this because the Supreme Court has turned down every election challange. It the Court had any intestinal fortitude, they would consider at least one challenge.
At this moment dems need 60 senate votes to pass this, but they are relentless. Do they need 60 votes to make Puerto Rico a state?
DOA in Senate - I agree because the Constitution says ... oh wait ... the WDC commies ignore the Constitution.
Hopefully your state leaders have the stones to tell Xiden/CamelToe to F.O.
If they don’t, ammo up.
I’ve been locked. I’ve been loaded.
Not that it has done us a damn bit of good so far.
But we must vote Republican to stop this travesty! /sarc
I will never vote Republican again, even if Trump runs as a Republican.
The senate makes and changes rules on whim, so the answer to that isn't known.
Technically, only a majority is needed. The idea that the 60 vote senate is some long standing "cooling saucer, avoid partisan action" procedure is a myth. The senate is abusing a parliamentary device, cloture, to maintain a minority veto body, but only on selected points. The senators like this because it gives each individual senator more opportunities to assert the power inherent in a minority veto body.
Just as it changed the abuse of cloture toward judges, the senate could just say "vote on statehood is unique" and use that to justify a conclusion that Rule 22 (the one that embodies cloture) be applied in such a way that minority veto does not apply.
You won’t have to. The Dems will vote for you from now on. Your cooperation is appreciated...................
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