September 27, 2021
Will Dem Election Takeover Attempts EVER End? 📨
Democrats’ federal election takeover is rearing its ugly head—again.
Democrat lawmakers are back at it, proposing a third election bill and touting it as a softer H.R. 1. They may have changed the bill’s name, but they’ve stuffed it full of the same bad ideas. Their newest measure would still hijack states’ commonsense voting measures for federal elections by:
- Forcing states to eliminate certain voter ID requirements.
- Allowing felons to vote before they finish serving their sentences.
- Requiring states to count votes that arrive up to a week after Election Day.
- Mandating that states adopt error-prone automatic voter registration systems.
- Overruling 16 states’ laws against no-excuse mail ballots.
If Democrats truly want to protect our elections, they’ll stop trying to put the federal government in charge of them.
→ Read more: Freedom to cheat act: A partisan federal takeover of American elections (Honest Elections Project Action)
→ Read more: Poll finds growing support for voter ID requirements (The Hill)
Fibs From Frantic Liberals 🧐
Liberals are so desperate to push their $3.5 trillion socialist spending horror that some have resorted to outrageously false claims. Last week, Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) suggested that America should tax the rich to pay for their plan because America is the fourth most impoverished nation in the world.
In no universe is Jayapal’s claim true. Even reporters from liberal news outlets—including CNN—called it “bonkers,” “false,” and “absurd.” Our own government’s data shows that the average poor person in America has air conditioning, a cell phone, health insurance, a TV, and a car. Compared to other countries, even America’s poor are prosperous—because of two things: freedom and capitalism.
Yet Democrats are pushing a socialist agenda that would derail America’s freedom and tear down Americans at every level. Stay tuned: We’ll keep you posted as their tax-and-spend nightmare takes shape over the coming days.
→ Read more: Pramila Jayapal claims we’re the fourth most impoverished nation on the planet (Washington Examiner)
→ Read more: How poor, really, are America’s poor? (Heritage Foundation)