Legalized Election Rigs

PUBLISHED: 1:30 PM 15 Sep 2021
UPDATED: 6:25 PM 15 Sep 2021

Successful CA Rig Prompts Dems To Legalize National Voter Fraud, Manchin Cuts Deal

The banana republic is happening under our noses and no one cares.

God help us. (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

Democrats in the senate are planning to legalize election rigging.

The Gateway Pundit reported:

Senate Majority leader Chuck Schumer introduced a sweeping voter rights bill that will make voter fraud the law of the land.

The legislation amounts to a federal takeover of the elections – a dream for Democrats despite clear language in the US Constitution that clearly puts this responsibility in the state’s hands.

The law wiil provide same-day registration that makes it easier for Democrats to cheat. The law also expands mail-in voting that allows Democrats further opportunities to cheat. And the bill allows felons the right to vote. The bill also allows a “workaround” on voter ID so anyone who walks into a polling center will be able to vote. It is the Democrat dream. Of course, ballot boxes and ballot harvesting will also be allowed. Democrats count on these tactics to steal 5-20 seats in an election. In 2018 Democrats stole 7 California seats through ballot harvesting alone.

Remember: If they can’t cheat, they can’t win.

As is typical the GOP is completely silent today as Democrats push this move to corrupt our election system.
Republicans are not up for this fight. They have failed their constituents once again.

Citizen Free Press added:

Senate Democrats have reached agreement with Joe Manchin on a broad overhaul of U.S. voting rights law, a development that should unify all Democrats in the chamber behind a single plan for the first time.

The measure would create an automatic voter registration system through each state’s motor vehicle agency, make Election Day a public holiday and provide voters with at least 15 days of early voting for federal elections.

It also is designed to curtail partisan “gerrymandering” of congressional districts.

The agreement comes after months of negotiations with Manchin, who withheld his support from a far more expansive Democratic proposal. But the measure still doesn’t have the Republican backing needed to advance the bill to the floor of the Senate, which is divided 50-50 between the two parties.

Chuck Schumer said he would hold a vote as early as next week on bringing the measure to the floor.

Civil rights leaders and progressive groups are demanding the Senate eliminate or carve out a new exception to its filibuster rule if the Republicans use the tactic to block the radical bill. However, Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema oppose changing the rules, denying Democrats the votes to do that.

The overhaul’s proponents include Senate Rules Committee Chair Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Jeff Merkley of Oregon, Alex Padilla of California, Jon Tester of Montana and Raphael Warnock of Georgia.