The 2020 election was painful for many conservatives who felt their votes were diluted amidst a barrage of defective and unlawfully counted ballots. Now, Democrats in Congress want to ensure that all future elections will be conducted with the same chaos that limited President Trump to only one term. On March 3rd, the U.S. House of Representatives passed its number one priority, H.R. 1, the absurdly named “For the People Act”. This horrendous bill is designed to add fair and decisive elections to the growing pile of great American traditions that have already been canceled. Thanks in large part to conservative activists, not a single Republican House Member voted for this bill.
Both chambers of Congress reserved the #1 for these bills, signifying the emphasis congressional democrats are placing on this large-scale effort to federalize election laws, restrict free speech, and facilitate fraudulent voting by millions of people erroneously registered to vote.
H.R. 1 is a 791-page monstrosity that relegates states and their legislatures to robotic administrators of elections, rendering their constitutional law-making authority meaningless. The bill is packed with provisions that federalize election law while simultaneously removing critical safeguards that have ensured honest elections for years.
S.1 is a supplement to H.R. 1 that pushes for a dangerous takeover of our election system. There are very few differences between the bills as both would have the same outcome: Elections that no one will ever trust again.
The House passed its #1 Resolution for the 2021-2022 session. In an attempt to disguise the extent of damage this bill would cause if signed into law, Democrats have named it the “For the People Act.”
House Leader Kevin McCarthy explains how the bill is more about the politicians than about the people as it funds their campaigns with American tax dollars.
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