As expected, the House voted 220-210 to pass HR1, the astoundingly misnamed “For The People Act,” a massive voting “reform” bill that could more accurately be called the “Cementing a Democrat Majority Forever By Legalizing Vote Fraud” Act. Think I’m overstating it? Read what’s in it, then contact your Senators to let them know they had better bury this deeper than nuclear waste.
Incidentally, the bill passed the House with only one Democrat opposing it and all Republicans opposed except for two who didn’t vote.
Meanwhile, as all the attention was on the vote for the bill to prevent ballot suppression of such stalwart Democrat voting blocs as Imaginary-Americans and the Living-Challenged, Pelosi’s House also passed the “George Floyd Justice in Policing Act,” another bill with a name designed to disguise its noxious contents.
Critics say it should more accurately be called the “Federal Defund the Police Act,” since its unfunded mandates would cost police departments nationwide hundreds of millions of dollars, the equivalent of removing over 3,000 cops from the streets. (Only one Republican, Texas Rep. Lance Gooden, voted for it; but he later said it was a mistake and corrected the record.)
Do you know what the House really needs to do if it wants to protect the American people? How about a bill to force Congress to abide by the same truth-in-advertising laws that everyone else has to follow, so they’ll stop trying to sell us poison while calling it candy?
On the subject of vote fraud (which as we all know NEVER happens, so we must never, ever speak of it – unless we’re talking about a Democrat losing, and then it was definitely vote fraud), a judge in Mississippi ordered a new election after finding that – brace yourselves – 78% of mail-in ballots were fraudulent!
I’m sure you’ll be shocked to learn this was a Democratic primary. It was an alderman’s race in Aberdeen where there were only 84 absentee ballots, but the judge found 68 of them to be fraudulent, due to “how absentee ballots were handled, how votes were counted, and the actions by some at the polling place.” I’m sure that would all sound familiar, if we were still allowed to talk about such things.
One notary who was responsible for authorizing the fraudulent ballots testified that she notarized about 30 of them at one house alone. Or as Stacy Abrams might call that, “Full voter turnout.” Also, 83 regular ballots were counted without being initialed by election workers, as required by law.
I’m glad they caught it and that there’s at least one judge left who takes his duty seriously enough to look at the evidence and do whatever is necessary to ensure that our elections are trustworthy.
It’s easy to make jokes about such transparent fraud, but it’s no laughing matter. Those who claim they’re fighting “voter suppression” while really working to undermine election integrity laws are the people who are really committing voter suppression. Every fraudulent ballot cast cancels out a legitimate vote, and that robs an American citizen of his or her fundamental right to have a say in the government. It’s time we all started speaking out about that and stopped letting the people who cry “voter suppression” suppress the truth.