Senate Democrats recently introduced the For the People Act, which enables them to easily undermine election integrity.
What cheek the Democrats have to call this bill ‘for the people’ when it benefits nobody except themselves!
Thankfully, the bill requires 60 votes to pass, as a result of the filibuster rule.
So it’s almost guaranteed to fail.
Plus Democrat Senator Joe Manchin has refused to go along with it.
“Today’s debate about how to best protect our right to vote and to hold elections… is not about finding common ground, but seeking partisan advantage,” the West Virginia senator wrote.
“Whether it is state laws that seek to needlessly restrict voting or politicians who ignore the need to secure our elections, partisan policymaking won’t instill confidence in our democracy — it will destroy it.”
“The right to vote is fundamental to our American democracy and protecting that right should not be about party or politics,” he added. “Least of all, protecting this right, which is a value I share, should never be done in a partisan manner.”The Gateway Pundit
This is correct, and we hope that all of the Senate Republicans are thinking along these lines too.
But even if some of them betray America, as they’ve done in the past, it shouldn’t be enough to hit 60 votes.
However, this isn’t over for the Democrats, who are in a confident mood after managing to get away with all their suspicious activities in the 2020 election.
The Democrats are emboldened after stealing the 2020 election for Joe Biden and they are using their new power to pass laws making it easier to steal elections in the future.
Joe Biden in March announced an executive order that would require federal agencies to expand access to voter registration – making it easier for Democrats to steal elections.
Biden’s EO orders federal agencies to expand voter registration, gives voting access and education to federal prisoners and improves ballot tracking for voters overseas.The Gateway Pundit
This is why it’s crucial to elect enough America First Republicans in the 2022 mid-terms to take back the Senate and keep the Democrats from enacting any more of their radical agenda.