Kyle Becker of TrendingPolitics reports that Joe Biden appeared defeated after meeting with Congressional Democrats over the possibility of forcing through a federal elections takeover in a desperate bid from saving the party from the wrath of American voters in the 2022 midterm elections.
“I hope we can get this done. The honest-to- God answer is that I don’t know whether we can get this done,” he said. “Is this mic on? I guess, anyway. And, uh. I’m not sure, either. But, anyway.”
“I hope we can get this done,” he rambled on. “But I’m not sure. But one thing’s for certain, one thing for certain… like every other major civil rights bill that came along, if we miss the first time, we could come back and try it a second time.”
“We missed this time, we missed this time, and the state legislative bodies continue to change the law, not as to who can vote, but who gets to count the vote, count the vote, count the vote!” he prattled on.
“It’s about election subversion!” he declared.
Yes, yes it is. Biden actually said the quiet part out loud, like he did with the 2020 elections. Except it’s completely backwards from the way that Democrats describe it. Joe Biden had “shortcircuited,” to quote Human Events editor Jack Posobiec.
“Not just whether or not people get to vote,” he added. “Who counts the vote. That’s what this is about. That’s what makes this so different from anything else we’ve ever done.”
The statement came after Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona dramatically announced she would refuse to go along with changing Senate rules on the filibuster. It also came in the aftermath of a Supreme Court ruling dealing a serious blow to his federal vaccine mandate on large employers.
The Democratic Party wants to take over state elections in defiance of the U.S. Constitution and standardize lax election security practices around the country, even opposing strict photographic voter IDs. This is despite the preponderance of evidence they do nothing to suppress registration or turnout, is telling about the Democratic Party’s motives.
There are absolutely no laws that will “restrict” access for those who can prove they have a right to vote in U.S. elections. A major study conducted by the National Bureau of Economic Research based on ten-years of voting data in the United States from 2008-2018 found that voter ID laws “have no negative effect on registration or turnout, overall or for any group defined by race, gender, age, or party affiliation.” The study was conducted by Enrico Cantoni at the University of Bologna and Vincent Pons at Harvard Business School and was published in February 2019.