House Democrats Vote Overwhelmingly For Bill That Would Nullify Election Integrity Measures

House Democrats voted on Wednesday night for a bill to remove all obstacles to their permanent grip on power.

All the shenanigans they employed in the 2020 election, they now want to make permanent across the country.

It’s obvious corruption and dirty politics.

The Daily Signal reports:

House Democrats Vote to Nullify, Nationalize State Election Laws

Voter ID laws and most other election integrity measures in the states would be nearly wiped out under a sweeping bill passed late Wednesday night by House Democrats that also makes felons eligible to vote while expanding Election Day registration and the controversial practice known as ballot harvesting.

The House voted 220-210 along party lines to pass the bill, which also includes massive public financing for campaigns that would provide $6 in tax funds for every $1 a candidate raises in donations.

Conservatives and other critics see the legislation, if passed by the Senate and signed into law by President Joe Biden, as a federal takeover or nationalization of elections. Historically, states run elections.

No Republicans joined Democrats in the vote that concluded after 11 p.m. for the legislation designated as HR 1. Not voting were Reps. Jack Bergman, R-Minn., and Mary Miller, R-Ill. The 435-member House has three vacant seats.

HR 1, or the For the People Act, was the top priority for House Democrats since the November elections, which narrowed their majority to 10 seats with the vacancies.

House Democrats also voted to defund the police. Do you believe this? The same people who are now surrounded by fences topped with razor wire in DC voted to defund YOUR police.

Here’s what’s happening. Democrats know they are in danger of losing the house in 2022 so they are trying to ram through every insane left-wing thing they can think of before they lose power.

Power is all they care about.

 

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