The political class seems undeterred by the ongoing allegations of election irregularities.
They actually want to make it worse!
H.R. 1, introduced in the U.S. Congress, would allow for the permanent manipulation of elections by nationalizing them.
This bill has so many bad ideas in one package including:
>>Making it illegal to clean out voter rolls of deceased or non-residents;
>>Forcing states to allow early voting;
>>Forcing states to allow vote-by-mail, which is fraught with opportunities to commit fraud;
>>Forcing taxpayers to subsidize candidates they don’t align with politically; and
>>Policing online speech about elections with new broad and sweeping powers.
The so-called “For the People Act” empowers federal regulators to categorize and regulate speech, including online.
According to Grover Norquist:
New standards for "coordination" would be broad and confusing. All speech that simply mentions a candidate could be illegal four months out from an election if groups speak to the public. Worse, at any time, any funded communication that mentions an issue that might be associated with a politician could be illegal.
The government just has to say the speech "promotes," "attacks," "supports" or "opposes" a potential candidate.
That means Campaign for Liberty could be in legal jeopardy for running our critical candidate survey program so you will know where candidates stand on issues important to you. . .
Not only that, but merely telling you how your legislators voted on legislation could become a CRIME!
And the partisan FEC would be given new powers to enforce this clamp down on free speech. This is the same FEC that continues to ignore a complaint that Hillary Clinton laundered $84,000,000 in campaign dollars from excess contributions right back into her own campaign.
I won’t hold my breath for them to equally enforce these new laws.
We’d best just put a stop to H.R. 1 before it even sees the light of day.
We must take action NOW to stop it.
What’s more alarming than just the introduction of this bill, is the timing of it and the fact that it was assigned “1” as the bill number.
Historically, bills have been given that number because they are considered a top priority.
It’s also a bad sign that this bill has been introduced right after a very controversial election, in which there were a lot of unanswered questions about the possibility of fraudulent votes being counted.
And to make matters worse, this is happening at a time when another bill, H.R. 350, the “Domestic Terrorism Prevention Act (DTPA),” was also just introduced in the House and would create a whole new “domestic” wing of the Department of Homeland Security.
It’s almost as if the statists want to be able to completely squash dissent, while allowing for election fraud to run rampant and vilify those who would dare question it.
They’ve even created a new buzzword to describe people with dissenting opinions, including libertarians – “DVE’s” or Domestic Violent Extremists.
The combination of H.R. 1 and H.R. 350, or even just elements of the two are incredibly dangerous to our future as a free society with the right to question the political class.
Our elections were never meant to be “nationalized” in this way. The U.S. Constitution clearly states that elections are to be held and electors for the presidential election chosen by the manner in which the state legislature prescribes.
H.R. 1 would completely turn this on its head and force states to adopt rules for their elections that many of them do not want or are in the process of remedying because of flaws they have discovered.
For example, states like Arizona currently have bills moving that would clean out voter rolls of the deceased or voters who have moved to other states.
It should really go without saying -- dead people and non-residents should not be allowed to vote in elections!
H.R. 1 would thwart those efforts by states like Arizona and give the FEC the power to clamp down on anyone who questions an attempt by a candidate’s campaign to commit voter fraud.
Any dissenter could then be labeled a “DVE” and potentially jailed.
This is all going in the wrong direction, and fast.
There are still unanswered questions about election fraud in 2020 and ongoing attempts to audit equipment and ballots, which would almost all be rendered moot by H.R. 1.
What the statists are attempting with this bill would codify many of the avenues of fraudulent activity in an attempt to create a one-party rule . . . permanently.
I am urging all members of Congress to oppose this reckless bill and appreciate your support in doing so as well.