Republican Rep. Mo Brooks: Democrat HR1 Bill Would Make American Elections Look Like Cuba Or North Korea

House Democrats just passed the HR1 bill, which would make all of their shady voting tactics from the 2020 election permanent.

Republican Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama is sounding the alarm. If this bill passes the Senate and gets signed into law by Joe Biden, our elections will never look the same again.

In fact, our elections will look like something out of the Third World.

Breitbart News reports:

Exclusive — Rep. Mo Brooks: H.R. 1 Would Make American Elections ‘Akin to Old Soviet Union, Cuba, North Korea’

H.R. 1, if enacted into law, would make American elections resemble those in the former Soviet Union, said Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL), on Thursday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow.

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Brooks said, “H.R. 1 is the worst piece of legislation relating to elections in the history of the United States of America. It does more to undermine our republic than any legislation I have ever seen or heard of, even looking back in the history books. By way of example, it registers 16- and 17-year-olds. It registers people automatically from multiple different sources like drivers licenses, social security cards, [or] any number of government sources.”

“If you move from one address to another, you’re going to get registered twice,” he continued. “Someone like myself, if it’s Morris Jackson Brooks Jr. at one place, but Morris Jay Brooks Jr. at another, you get registered twice.

Brooks warned that H.R. 1, named the For the People Act, will facilitate voter fraud if enacted as law.

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“It’s going to be massive voter fraud,” he held. “In short, the Democrats have ignored and undermined the Commission on Federal Election Reform report in 2005 — a bipartisan commission report by Jimmy Carter on the one hand and James Baker on the other hand — and have expanded the very worst of the things that the report said we needed to avoid.”

Listen to the interview below:

This is as serious as it gets, folks.


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