Democrats Must Continue to “Stack the Deck” with Voter Fraud

LFC Comments: Thanks to Gia at Pasadena Patriots for sending us this article.


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URGENT: Chuck Schumer has filed cloture on S. 2093, while the Senate voted 50-49 to discharge S. 1 from committee. This means Senate Democrats will try to pass the “For the People Act” when session resumes in a few weeks.

The so-called “moderate” Senator Joe Manchin is negotiating with other Democrats to pass an amended version of this blatantly unconstitutional bill. The Senate is the primary obstacle to enacting S. 1H.R. 1S. 2093; tell your senators to oppose any version of this bill! As the bill numbers suggests, the “For the People Act” is a top priority for Congressional Democrats.

Additionally, now that Democrats control the House, Senate, and White House, a possibility exists that this bill could pass and be enacted.On March 3, 2021, the House passed H.R. 1 on a 220-210 vote. The bill now heads to the Senate for consideration. H .R. 1 and S. 1 contain multiple unconstitutional, anti-integrity, and otherwise harmful provisions.

The “For the People Act” would implement Internet voter registration. American elections have already suffered severe degradation in the area of voter registration lists caused by the National Voter Registration Act of 1993, aka the Motor Voter Act — lists that were intended to be used to prevent fraudulent voting. 

Allowing Internet voter registration would take a bad situation and make it worse, basically providing an open door for fraudulent voting. Congress should not only defeat H.R. 1/ S. 1, but also repeal Motor Voter, something Republicans promised when they ran for Congress in 1994, but set aside once they were elected.

Section 1012 of H.R. 1/ S. 1 would implement automatic voter registration. 

Section 1012 of the bill (page 48) explains it clearly: “Automatic registration” means a system that registers an individual to vote in elections for Federal office in a State, if eligible, by electronically transferring the information necessary for registration from government agencies to election officials of the State so that, unless the individual affirmatively declines to be registered, the individual will be registered to vote in such elections.

If you think Motor Voter has caused problems, just consider the dangers of automatic voter registration, especially with H.R. 1/ S. 1’s buried requirement that it be done via electronic transfer of data. How fast can one computer send bogus data to another computer? All that and no paper trail of the voter registration as they are processed?

Section 1012 is seriously bad for honest elections. Furthermore, this provision, among others, would pave the way for non-citizens being registered to vote.Section 1031 of H.R. 1/ S. 1 would force the states to implement same-day voter registration. Most states have traditionally implemented a deadline for registering new voters, typically about a month prior to an election, in order to give election officials enough time to properly process the applications and be certain they are genuine. This important election integrity measure would be tossed out the window if H.R. 1/ S. 1 passes.

Section 1201 of H.R. 1/ S. 1 would prohibit voter caging. The term “voter caging” sounds like like a horrible act of torture, but what the bill says is:(1) the term ‘voter caging document’ means—

(A) a nonforwardable document that is returned to the sender or a third party as undelivered or undeliverable despite an attempt to deliver such document to the address of a registered voter or applicant; or

(B) any document with instructions to an addressee that the document be returned to the sender or a third party but is not so returned, despite an attempt to deliver such document to the address of a registered voter or applicant, unless at least two Federal election cycles have passed since the date of the attempted delivery;

This provision in H.R. 1/ S. 1 would greatly reduce verification of voter registration lists. This is something done with voters every two years in Texas when voter cards, which are good for two years, are sent to the voters and those that are undeliverable are returned to the county elections office. 

As bad as Section 1201 is, it could be easily amended to make any form of voter registration verification illegal and that would be even worse.

Section 4201 is entitled “The Honest Ads Act.” While few would argue against the concept of honesty in political advertisements, monitoring ads is not allowed as a function of the federal government. This section of the bill is short on details and probably marks just the beginning of what could be greatly expanded into an unconstitutional federal ministry of truth in political advertising that would rival Germany’s Reichsministerium für Volksaufklärung und Propaganda. 

Speaker Nancy Pelosi has stated that H.R. 1/ S. 1 will make it easier for the Democrat Party to promote its narratives on controversial issues. Additionally, the bill would make it nearly impossible to challenge the act, requiring all lawsuits to go through Washington, D.C., based courts rather than federal courts based in any of the states.

Last, but not least, H.R. 1/ S. 1 would require states to establish “independent redistricting commissions” that would end gerrymandering. Not only is this, once again, an unconstitutional federal overreach, but it would violate the delegation of election authority to legislatures in accordance with Article I, Section 4.

Urge your U.S. representative and senators to OPPOSE the so-called “For the People Act” (H.R. 1/S. 1/ S. 2093).  


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