Any reasonable American knows that, without a doubt, former President Donald Trump should not yet be a former president.
We know with certainty that for a year, at least, ahead of the 2020 election, Democrats and their swarms of lawyers plotted how to steal Trump’s reelection victory and install a weak-minded puppet, Joe Biden, who they could control and who would push through their country-wrecking Marxism.
We know they went into key battleground states and ‘convinced’ their political allies to unconstitutionally change voting rules and procedures in the weeks before the Nov. 3 election, using ‘health fears’ over COVID-19 as justification (even though it was safe enough for their residents to shop the big box retailers).
The strategy was as simple as it was diabolical: Get the battleground states to adopt universal mail-in balloting and then change validation requirements so that rafts of fake ballots could flood the system for Biden, then call anyone who questioned the procedures or claimed the voting was “rigged” a ‘dangerous conspiracy theorist.’
Obviously, the steal worked; Trump is in Mar-a-Lago and Biden is in the Oval Office, the main difference being that Trump knows where he’s at.
Now, Democrats who also managed to ‘eke out’ enough victories to take control of the Senate and retain control of the House are moving quickly to ‘legalize’ the vote theft and, thus, make it impossible for Republicans and libertarians to ever unseat them.
Moreover, they are also working on legislation that essentially criminalizes any dissent voiced by GOP voters.
“The Democrats appear intent on instituting one-party rule in the United States,” Phill Kline, editor of Real Clear Politics, wrote this week.
“They’re trying to use the U.S. Capitol riots as an excuse to criminalize dissent and banish conservative voices from the public sphere, and at the same time they’re hoping to use their temporary, razor-thin majority in Congress to rewrite the rules governing our elections in a way designed to keep the Democratic Party entrenched in power for decades to come,” he added.
Legislation dubbed ‘Patriot Act 2.0’ would create a brand-new domestic terrorism agency (not that DHS and the FBI don’t already have divisions that focus on all terrorism, foreign and domestic) that Democrats and leftists would use as a force of Brown Shirts to intimidate critics and Trump supporters into silence. Essentially, First Amendment activities like posting memes, protesting and voicing opposition to Democrat politics would be redefined as “threats” to domestic security and summarily punished.
Then, of course, there is the ‘Democrat Protection Act,’ so to speak.
“Although the Constitution explicitly places state legislatures in charge of managing federal elections, HR 1 seeks to use the power of the purse to bludgeon the states into conforming to a centralized system pioneered in California and other deep-blue states. Congress can’t technically compel the states to change their voting laws, but seasoned politicians know that the states have become dependent on federal money to run their elections, and can’t afford to pick up the tab themselves,” Kline writes.
Thus, under the threat of being cut off from tax money their own citizens contribute to federal coffers, most states would accede to Uncle Sam.
Worse, HR 1 claims that Congress has the “ultimate supervisory power over Federal elections” — despite the Constitution’s specific language to the contrary (Article I, Sect. 4).
To that end, according to WorldNetDaily, the bill:
— Bans the requirement to provide a full Social Security number for voter registration
— Creates a nationwide “Motor Voter” registration, automatically registering people who obtain a driver’s license, which is how thousands of illegals became registered voters in California and Nevada
— Establishes nationwide same-day registration
— Prohibits the type of work done by Judicial Watch to clean voter rolls of non-residents
— Mandates early voting
— Creates nationwide vote-by-mail and legalized ballot harvesting
— Bans a personal identification requirement as a condition of obtaining a ballot
— Prohibits requiring notarization or a witness signature to obtain or cast an absentee ballot
— Permits a voter to designate any person to deliver an absentee ballot and puts no limit on how many ballots a person may deliver
— Lays the groundwork for D.C. and Puerto Rico statehood
— Puts redistricting in the hands of Congress
Now, though Article 1, Sect. 4 grants Congress some authority to set voting rules, there is no way states would have ratified the Constitution in the 1780s if the central government were given this kind of authority to run federal elections.
But this isn’t about the Constitution, obviously, because the theft of the 2020 election was purely unconstitutional. This is about perpetuating Democratic control of government until the end of time.
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