The Senate is about to take up S.1, the Senate Democrats’ version of the House Democrats’ HR-1, the so-called “For The People Act.” This would unconstitutionally nationalize elections, ban voter ID laws favored by large majorities of Americans, make ballot harvesting much easier, and various other recipes for ensuring that our elections could never be trusted again. Naturally, Chuck Schumer claims anyone who opposes it is against democracy.
Sen. Ted Cruz agrees with me that it deserves a more accurate title: “The Universal Fraud Law” (I call it the “Legalize Vote Fraud Act,” but same difference.) Cruz claims the Democrats have made the cynical decision that they benefit from vote fraud, so they’re taking this limited window of opportunity when they’re in control to attempt a massive power grab and try to prevent Americans from ever being able to vote them out of power again. I’d say that pretty well sums it up. So much for "democracy."
Cruz also makes the astute observation (admitted to by a White House staffer, speaking anonymously to New York magazine) that Biden is trying to sneak this and other radical, transformative measures past the American people by being “boring but radical."
That means he’s presenting a comforting false face as America’s kindly, moderate grandpa while actually forcing through the most radical, far-left, America-destroying political agenda of any President in history.
This power grab has been attempted before, but was stopped by the Senate. All that can block it now is the Senate filibuster, which the Democrats would love to end if it weren't for Sen. Joe Manchin and possibly one or two other moderate Democrats like Kyrsten Sinema. So if you are in a swing state or red state with a Democrat Senator, now would be a good time to let them know that they had better not back this S. 1 abomination or no amount of vote fraud will be enough to save their jobs.