Voting rights act subverts state control
HR-1, titled “For the People Act — 2021,” is a radical assault on the U.S. Constitution which, when passed through the Senate, effectively overthrew the republic of the United States of America. This 831-page monstrosity of a bill, being pushed by insurrectionists in Congress, federalizes election laws — a constitutional abomination from the start, since Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution awards jurisdiction of election laws exclusively to state legislatures.
HR-1 lowers the voting age to 16; requires “automatic” voter registration based on information gathered on any person from any government-agency data base. It permits non-citizens to vote and prohibits states from enforcing their voter ID laws. Voting in the U.S. is now a chaotic free-for-all. Our Hawai‘i congress-peeps support this coup against the American people.
The “For the People Act” requires states to allow early voting (so much for election day); same-day registration; vote-by-mail and vote harvesting — all tricks the Bideneers used to steal the 2020 election. The “act” legalizes censorship of what I just said. They own the narrative. They’re right. I’m wrong. I must be silenced. Just like in China.
In a nutshell, HR1 solidifies immense power in central government, eliminating checks and balances built in to the founding documents that define our republic. It gives any rogue federal government the ability to control election outcomes indefinitely hereafter.
While HR-1 is clearly unconstitutional on many fronts, the people who launched this insurrection were careful to cover their asses. Somewhere in the 831 pages lies a provision that blocks any lawsuits filed in federal court that challenge the constitutionality of the act. You can’t challenge it. Welcome to tyranny.
Might as well get used to it. Because these “people” who this “act” was actually written for — the insurrectionists themselves — are just getting started.
• Source: The Heritage Foundation. See the complete report, “The Facts About H.R. 1: The “For the People Act of 2021,” at heritage.org/election-integrity/report/the-facts-about-hr-1-the-the-people-act-2021
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