House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday lashed out at Republicans for blocking the Democrats’ ‘voting rights’ bill that would make it easier for Democrats to steal elections.
The voting rights legislation will mandate ballot harvesting, ban voter ID and give taxpayer money to campaigns.
The new bill is a federal takeover of elections and will make it easier for Democrats to cheat and steal seats.
According to Pelosi, making it harder for to commit vote fraud is reliving January 6 all over again.
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Everyday is January 6 and anything that gets in the way of the Democrats’ radical agenda is an insurrection.
“What the Republicans are doing across the country is really a legislative continuation of what they did on Jan. 6, which is to undermine our democracy, to undermine the integrity of our elections, to undermine the voting power, which is the essence of a democracy,” Pelosi said on CBS News’ “Face the Nation.”
“There is no more important bill that enables us to support and defend the Constitution of the United States,” she added. “They are not only suppressing the vote, they are nullifying elections, saying, ‘Well it doesn’t matter who gets more votes, it matters who the three people we appoint to analyze that, what they decide.’ We cannot let that happen. … This legislation is the most important, and we have to keep working in order to get the job done.”
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi urges passage of federal voting rights legislation amid GOP changes to local election laws:
“What the Republicans are doing across the country, is really a legislative continuation of January 6th.” pic.twitter.com/1fyznbyeqP
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Michelle Obama is panicking about this year’s midterm elections and fired off an urgent message to voters.
Michelle Obama said the “When We All Vote” coalition will deploy an army of THOUSANDS of lawyers to ‘protect American voters’ and help push through the ‘voting rights’ legislation currently stalled in Congress.