House Dems push through an act that will destroy our voting rights

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House Democrats voted Tuesday to revive so-called federal oversight of state voting-rights laws that had allegedly been weakened by recent Supreme Court decisions, but the measure faces an uncertain future against Republican opposition in the Senate.

The House voted 219-212 along straight party lines to approve the legislation named for the late Rep. John Lewis, D-Ga., a civil-rights icon. The bill aims to restore Justice Department review of changes in election law in states with a history of discrimination.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said the legislation was needed to combat the “threat from a targeted, brazen and partisan campaign to deny Americans the ballot.”

THE TRUTH OF THE BILL

The act is as bad as HR1/S1. It turns most of the states’ voting rights over to a three-judge panel in D.C. or to the Department of Justice.

It brings back the mandate of preclearance before a state can change most voting laws. Either a panel in DC with its ACLU graduates or the corrupt DoJ would get to make the decision.

For example, if a state wants voter ID requirements, or to reduce all the languages of voting materials, change the number of voting locations, or make changes to district boundaries, it would be turned over to the DC court or the DoJ.

These are the people who don’t believe in due process.

IF PAST IS PROLOGUE

In the past, the only states and locales required to submit to preclearance were Alaska, Alabama, Arizona, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia. Republican counties and townships in the northern states of New York, South Dakota, and Michigan, along with some in California, Florida, and North Carolina were also covered.

Mississippi, because it was once a Democrat Jim Crow stronghold, was in the DoJ hooks for forty years even though blacks voted in much higher numbers than whites.

Originally, black people were kept from voting. Democrats – Dixiecrats – and Democrat Klansmen, wouldn’t let them vote.

They will now turn this oversight over to all states. It’s devastating to states’ rights and puts way too much power in the Executive.

BACK TO 2012

In 2013, the Supreme Court overturned what had become a grave injustice for long-gone sins.

The John Lewis Act puts them back where they were pre-2013, only worse.

Remember Daniel Freeman who said Arizona could not ask for ID from people delivering more than ten early ballots? He’s still at the DoJ and more powerful than he was before.

Let’s not forget that Democrats demand we keep dead and ineligible voters on the roles, register everyone who gets a license including people here illegally, want all criminal felons — even those in prison — to vote (they make up one of their voting blocs), and they want to abandon all voter ID.

The government can win any case that comes forward with money alone. They have control of the bottomless taxpayer purse. It doesn’t cost them a dime. They can haunt you until you die and beyond.

 


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5 COMMENTS

  1. I don’t know what he was talking about, but Gohmert said he was working on something with Conyers and Sensenbrenner wanted no part of it. Whatever legislation that was I’d be skeptical in the extreme. I don’t see Any reason to have DC involved in ANY legislation when it comes to voting.

  2. Got tenth amendment?
    Dominion über alles for the Fundamental Transformation.

    O/T-all quiet on the Gang Stalking Olympics, just me the animals and some extra mag pouches on the belt.
    The replacements are lippy and think they are going to run someone off.
    The blob of Capitol City is swallowing up the former sublurbia and only a high trust society is capable of an outdated style of living.
    Thank the Weather Underground Government for the hyper change that no one was asking for.
    Not on my watch back to night recon, carry on.

  3. Notice how historically it has been Democrats behind Jim Crow Laws. For over 100 years Democrats haven’t been able to win elections without stacking the Deck, Fraud, or buying votes with tax dollars. The Democrat Party is simply un-American. It always was. It has always been the Party of Tyranny.

    Americans need to wake up and realize that WOKE Democrats are just Global Communist and don’t give a rats ass about people. The total debacle in Afghanistan should make this absolutely clear to Americans. Traitor Joe and the Democrats never even thought about how to get Americans out of Afghanistan, they are focused on getting the troops back to America to be used against the People here! Martial Law is coming to America if we don’t crush the Democrats and the Deep State now.

    The States need to push back on DC big time. The Supreme Court doesn’t have an Army to enforce it’s rulings, only the State Militias (National Guard) can apply the Military Force needed to make the Traitor Joe Administration comply.

  4. They destroyed out voting rights with the last election.
    The ONLY reason that senile pedo Joe and the ho are in power is because of massive voter fraud.

    Joe and the ho know that the election was rigged.
    Nasty Pelosi knows the election was rigged.
    Chuck U. Schumer knows the election was rigged.
    Shithead Schiff knows the election was rigged.
    All of the DemocRATs know the election was rigged.
    The entire left-tard media knows the election was rigged.
    Anyone with half a brain knows the election was rigged.
    PRESIDENT TRUMP KNOWS THE ELECTION WAS RIGGED.
    TRUMP SUPPORTERS KNOW THE ELECTION WAS RIGGED.
    TRUMP WON!!

  5. Did they forget we have a constitution?
    The Tenth Amendment’s simple language—“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people”—emphasizes that the inclusion of a bill of rights does not change the fundamental character of the national government. It remains a government of limited and enumerated powers, so that the first question involving an exercise of federal power is not whether it violates someone’s rights, but whether it exceeds the national government’s enumerated powers.

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