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Democrats Move to Establish 'One Party System' with H.R.1 'For the People Act'

Justin Haggerty | The Daily Knight

House Democrats push to pass H.R.1 ‘For the People Act’ to eliminate voter ID requirements and remove GOP congressional seats from states that do no comply.

Supreme Soviet of the Soviet Union (People's World)

The H.R.1 'For the People Act' proposes to eliminate voter identification laws and make mass mail-in ballot systems federally mandated. Democrats intend to legalize their unlawful strategies that stole the 2020 General Election, making the system vulnerable to fraud and foreign interference, by exploiting the erroneous narrative the voter ID laws and mail-in ballot restrictions are racially designed to keep people of color from voting.

Elections adhere to state legislation and are managed by state election commissions. While Congress doesn’t have the constitutional authority to dictate election policy within the states, H.R.1 intends to punish states that require proof of identification via government issued ID and require mail-in ballots to be requested by voters.

Conservatives argue that the Constitution does not grant Congress that authority; that the power resides in the states by the 10th Amendment. “The Constitution simply does not permit Congress to mandate these issues, states and localities must be involved, that’s what the Constitution requires,” Rep. Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) stated.

As a penalty, H.R.1 threatens to reduce the congressional seats of states that violate the laws of the bill; thus, unconstitutionally stripping representation from states and voters in the House of Representatives.

This is how a 'One Party System,' the the likes of the Soviet Union and Communist Peoples Republic of China, is established.

“I think the majority needs to rethink what it’s doing here, cloaking a naked and brazen attempt to rig the national election system in one parties favor under the guise of needed reform is simply ridiculous and simply disingenuous,” Rep. Tom Cole (R-Okla.) said.

To remove the constitutional argument against H.R.1, the bill also intents to alter Section 2 of the 14th Amendment, which grants states a number of congressional seats based on population. Wait, wouldn't it take two-thirds votes of both legislatures or three-fourths states to ratify or alter an amendment?

Not so fast; Democrats argue that Section 5 of the 14th Amendment gives Congress the power to alter and enforce the rules of the amendment. As one could suspect, H.R.1 seeks "“additional authority to reduce a state’s representation in Congress when the right to vote is denied.”

If House Democrats get the H.R.1 passed, election fraud and interference is normalized. Republicans will not win another election or majority. At the risk of losing representation, something that we fought the George III over, states will not be able to ensure election integrity and confirm the identity of voters, many of whom will vote multiple times in various locations. To refute that is a crime against truth.

If we sit back and do nothing, we are all slaves now.

In Christ Crucified and the Most Victorious Heart of Jesus.


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