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Old 03-20-2021, 07:27 AM
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Default Everyone, both Dem.s and Rep.s want voter-ID, but ONLY globalists don't want it


March 19, 2021 by IWB

Link: https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/...you-something/

Voters demand photo ID and reject weak Democratic substitute.

An overwhelming majority of people, including Democrats, back a photo identification requirement to vote, a repudiation of Democratic legislation that would let people simply swear they are whom they say they are.

As the Senate version, S.B. 1, of the House-approved For the People Act, H.R. 1, was introduced today, a new Rasmussen Reports survey found that 75% of people support photo ID laws, such as those requiring voters to present a valid driver’s license or other government-issued ID to receive a ballot.

It has strong support among all partisans, the poll analysis reported.

“Eighty-nine percent (89%) of Republicans support voter ID requirements, as do 60% of Democrats and 77% of voters not affiliated with either major party,” it said.

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ASSAULT on Democracy: House approves bill that would nullify state voter ID laws

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March 21, 2021

Link: https://patriotrising.com/assault-on...voter-id-laws/

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The House of Representatives approved House Resolution 1 (HR 1) on a near party-line vote, 220-210. The bill, dubbed “For the People Act” by its Democrat authors, would require states to automatically register eligible voters, as well as offer same-day registration.

The bill limits states’ ability to purge registered voters from their rolls and restore former felons’ voting rights. In addition, it would also require states to offer 15 days of early voting and allow no-excuse absentee balloting.

Critics of HR 1 have pointed out that the bill would eviscerate state voter ID laws that require voters to authenticate their identity. Thirty-six states have enacted some form of voter ID law, but those laws would be nullified if the Senate approves HR 1.

HR1 faces tough time in the Senate

The biggest obstacle for HR 1 lies ahead in the Senate, which is split 50-50 between Republicans and Democrats.

On some legislation, it takes only 51 votes to pass with Vice President Kamala Harris as the tiebreaker. But on a deeply divisive bill like HR 1, 60 votes would be needed under the Senate’s rules to overcome a Republican filibuster.

Some Democrats have discussed options like lowering the threshold to break a filibuster, or creating a workaround that would allow priority legislation to be exempt.

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has not committed to a time frame but vowed “to figure out the best way to get big, bold action on a whole lot of fronts.”

“We’re not going to be the legislative graveyard. People are going to be forced to vote on them, yes or no, on a whole lot of very important and serious issues,” Schumer said.

Senate Democrats float idea of changing filibuster rules

Senate Democrats, eager to advance their agenda in the evenly split 50-50 Senate, have floated the idea of changing the filibuster rules.

The Senate has a longstanding practice of allowing any one senator to object to the proceedings – generally referred to as a filibuster – that can halt action or votes. This has become a key weapon in what is often described as a procedural arms race in the Senate. Overcoming filibusters can take days, if not weeks.

Even without a senator holding the floor, filibusters have forced senators into all-night and weekend votes to advance legislation.

“Filibusters and the prospect of filibusters shape much of the way in which the Senate does its work,” the CRS report said.

It takes 51 votes to change Senate rules, a tall order in the evenly split 50-50 Senate. But the vice president can be a tie-breaking vote in favor of the Democrats, which could help bills like HR1 get through.

HR 1 can shape outcome of future elections

HR 1’s fate can potentially shape election outcomes for years to come. Democrats will benefit if it gets approved in the Senate and signed into law by Biden. In theory, they have more votes to gain courtesy of migrants, minorities and former felons. (Related: CHEATING Dems push new law to REPEAL voter ID laws nationwide, allowing illegals to dominate the future of U.S. elections.)

“Democrats want to use their razor-thin majority not to pass bills to earn voters’ trust, but to ensure they don’t lose more seats in the next election,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.

Battle lines are quickly being drawn by outside groups who plan to spend millions of dollars on advertising and outreach campaigns.

End Citizens United, a left-leaning group, has launched a $10 million effort supporting the bill. Ironically, the group aims to curtail the influence of corporate money in politics.

Meanwhile, the conservatives are mobilizing a $5 million pressure campaign, urging moderate Senate Democrats to oppose rule changes needed to pass the measure.

Follow VoteFraud.news for more news and information related to election fraud and other methods endorsed by the Democrats to manipulate election results.

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Biden regime wants to mandate COVID-19 “vaccine passport” for all Americans but continues to oppose voter ID

By JD Heyes -
April 2, 2021 | 11:05 am

Link: https://www.intellihub.com/biden-reg...pose-voter-id/

This article first appeared on Natural News.

It was especially infuriating to hear Democrats and their left-wing media sycophants regularly accuse Donald Trump of being a “tyrant.”

During his single term in office, the man literally returned more power to the American people than the previous 10 presidents. He lifted regulations on our lives, he passed a tax bill so we could keep more of our own money, and his states-first approach to governance was more federalist than even some of our earlier presidents.

So accusing Trump of being an authoritarian is just a flat-out lie; contrast his approach to governance with Joe Biden’s approach and that of his party.

Trump never even considered a nationwide mask mandate, for instance, and Biden has already issued one for all federal buildings and properties, despite the fact that mask-wearing has had almost no impact on preventing COVID deaths, as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

“Mask mandates were associated with a 0.7 percentage point decrease…in daily COVID-19 death growth rates 1–20 days after implementation and decreases of 1.0, 1.4, 1.6, and 1.9 percentage points 21–40, 41–60, 61–80, and 81–100 days, respectively, after implementation,” says a summary of the study.

However, that research doesn’t matter. Masks! And be quick about it, Biden and his handlers demand.

But that’s the end of the mandates. Biden now wants all Americans to be forced to have a “COVID passport” if they want to fully live their lives in freedom and liberty (while under the thumb of the passport mandate), which effectively means he’s forcing all Americans to get the vaccine in the first place, whether they want it or not.

And for good measure, just to make his passport mandate good and hypocritical, Biden and his party are opposing voter ID at the same time because apparently, according to them, black and brown people have too much difficulty obtaining a government-issued ID.

CNN notes:

The Biden administration is working on creating a set of standards for people to prove they’ve been vaccinated against Covid-19, according to an administration official.

The official said they’re currently working with a range of companies on the standards, including non-profits and tech companies, adding that they are likely still weeks away from being finalized, the official said.

Multiple government agencies are engaged in conversations and planning, coordinated by the White House, as this kind of system will play a role in multiple aspects of life, including potentially the workforce, another senior administration official told CNN.

Meanwhile, White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki claimed “there will be no federal mandate requiring every American to obtain a vaccination credential and there will be no centralized universal federal vaccinations database,” CNN reported, noting that she added that the private sector would mostly drive “a determination or development of a vaccine passport, or whatever you want to call it.”

These two things don’t jibe; the administration wouldn’t be “working on creating” standards for us to “prove” we’ve been vaccinated without there being a “federal mandate” of some kind in order to provide the ‘proof.’

Previously, the Biden regime said that the government ought not be involved in demanding that Americans be required to get a COVID passport, but then again, Biden himself said a lot of things during his campaign that he didn’t mean (or can’t remember), such as wanting to unify the country.

The administration’s thinking on passports, first reported by The Washington Post, which cited five officials, “has been driven largely by arms of the Department of Health and Human Services, including an office devoted to health information technology.”

“Our role is to help ensure that any solutions in this area should be simple, free, open source, accessible to people both digitally and on paper, and designed from the start to protect people’s privacy,” said White House COVID response coordinator Jeffrey Zients, who is also leading the passport effort, the Post said.

This administration is full of tyrants, period; 2024 can’t get here too soon.

See more reporting like this at BigGovernment.news.

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Trump calls for boycott of MLB after All-Star Game pulled from Georgia

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Former President Donald Trump delivered a scathing rebuke of Major League Baseball's decision to pull its 2021 All-Star Game out of Georgia, calling for a boycott of baseball and all "woke" companies seeking to interfere with voting reforms.

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MLB Commissioner Robert Manfred Jr. announced Friday that the league was stripping its All-Star Game and the draft from Atlanta, citing Georgia's recently-passed election law.

The sweeping legislation requires that absentee ballots be verified with photo ID, expands early voting for primary and general elections, and puts added securing measures in place for ballot dropboxes. Gov. Brian Kemp (R) signed the bill into law last week, sparking fury from Democrats who say the reforms restrict voting rights.

Late that night, Trump issued a statement of his own, saying that "baseball is already losing tremendous numbers of fans, and now they leave Atlanta with their All-Star Game because they are afraid of the Radical Left Democrats who do not want voter I.D., which is desperately needed, to have anything to do with our elections."

"Boycott baseball and all of the woke companies that are interfering with Free and Fair Elections," he continued, adding, "Are you listening Coke, Delta, and all!"

The former president was not alone in criticizing the MLB for its move. Gov. Kemp reacted to the news by saying that "Georgians — and all Americans — should fully understand what the MLB's knee-jerk decision means: cancel culture and woke political activists are coming for every aspect of your life, sports included."

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) posted a list of MLB's official sponsors to his Twitter feed with the message, "These are MLB's corporate sponsors, who pressured to pull the All Star game out of Atlanta. Do all of them oppose voter ID? Are all of them willing to be the woke enforcers of the corrupt Democratic Party? And do all hate the 75m who voted for Trump?"

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) pointed out that MLB has a recruitment deal with communist Cuba, asking the league, "how many dropboxes does Cuba use for early voting?"

Cotton was one of many who pointed out the position MLB has put itself in by trying to punish Georgia over politics.

Reporters were quick to note that several states have more restrictive voting laws than Georgia already on the books, leading to questions over what the MLB's new standards are for a state to host the All-Star Game.

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