Today, the Democrat-led House of Representatives using a NASA Enhanced Use Leasing Extension Act passed their Freedom to Vote Act.
This legislation is in direct violation of the constitutional provision regarding voting in the United States. Article I, Section 4, Clause 1. The provision gives autonomy to the states regarding “Times, Places, and Manner” of congressional elections, subject to Congress’s authority to “make or alter” state regulations.
In addition to the contents of the old Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis VRAA, the new bill has a number of new provisions: most notably a clause guaranteeing the right to vote “free from any burden on the time, place or manner of voting,” which some legal experts have said could significantly raise the bar for states to prove that voting restrictions are necessary.
What the American public is unaware of is this bill the House just passed, combined HR-1 and HR-4 into a NASA bill making voting ripe for fraud. Are they hoping for Aliens to vote in American elections?
Among the major points in the bill are the federalization of elections.
Eliminating states' rights to regulate their elections.
States will not be required to have individuals show an ID to vote or to register to vote. This will basically allow anyone regardless of citizenship the ability to cast a vote in elections.
Ballot harvesting is legalized. Allowing political campaigns to unilaterally cast ballots for individuals who may not even understand what they are voting for. Such as persons who do not have cognitive abilities to understand the issues.
Allows non-citizens to vote.
It makes public financing of campaigns whether or not you want a specific candidate to be in office it doles money to politicians for donations of less than $200 and multiplies it by 6. Paid for by the tax-payer.
It also appoints a voter integrity czar to oversee voting. Attorney-General Garland, who has already used his power in office to target parents who disagree with the policies of school boards.
In order to pass this bill, the filibuster must be ended. Currently, there are not enough votes to pass this bill in the Senate unless the filibuster is ended. It has been speculated that at least one Senator may not back the end of the filibuster however it remains to be seen if this will remain the case.
By using a bicameral bill related to allowing NASA to lease its properties to other entities as the legislative vehicle for the voting rights package allowed democrats a procedural shortcut so that they can bypass the 60 votes typically needed to formally start debate on legislation. But the bill will still have to clear a 60-vote hurdle to actually pass.
“Though I did not expect this outcome when I first introduced the NASA Enhanced Use Leasing Extension Act, if my legislation will help overcome the filibuster, the Senate can finally have the long-overdue debate on voting rights this country deserves,” said Rep. Don Beyer (D-Va.), the sponsor of the original NASA bill.
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