Progressives Working To Shred American Election Laws To Defeat Trump in 2020 and Never Lose Power Again
You are probably well aware that Democrats already support open borders.
Though they may not say it so plainly in public, their fight to the death posture regarding "the wall" and support of sanctuary cities, sanctuary states along with abolishing I.C.E., etc., speaks volumes that they want illegal's here so they can vote Democrat and we can all be socialists then. That is until we run out of other people's money and we turn into Venezuela, but I digress.
What you might not know, is that currently Democrats have already passed laws and are vigorously attempting to change more laws in areas that will almost guarantee them victory after victory on the Federal level at the ballot box...and maybe as soon as 2020. These include allowing minors to vote, allowing illegal immigrants that are already here to vote, changing the electoral college or completely abolishing it and giving all prison inmates the right to vote. Yes, they are desperate and will stop at nothing to take power, but you already knew that too.
Besides their fight to allow illegals to continue to pour across our borders, there is a full-on assault to screw around (technical term) with our electoral process enough to finish up Obama's fundamental transformation of America, and I am not joking.
First we know (or we should know) that voter fraud, election fraud and voter ID laws pose a serious problem across the country and has been the case for some time now. And in the vast majority of cases the fraud benefits Democrats.
The Heritage Foundation sites 9 different type of voter fraud:
- Impersonation fraud at the polls:Voting in the name of
other legitimate voters and voters who have died, moved away, or lost
their right to vote because they are felons, but remain registered.
- False registrations: Voting under fraudulent voter
registrations that either use a phony name and a real or fake address or
claim residence in a particular jurisdiction where the registered voter
does not actually live and is not entitled to vote.
- Duplicate voting: Registering in multiple locations and voting in the same election in more than one jurisdiction or state.
- Fraudulent use of absentee ballots: Requesting absentee
ballots and voting without the knowledge of the actual voter; or
obtaining the absentee ballot from a voter and either filling it in
directly and forging the voter’s signature or illegally telling the
voter who to vote for.
- Buying votes: Paying voters to cast either an in-person or absentee ballot for a particular candidate.
- Illegal “assistance” at the polls: Forcing or intimidating
voters—particularly the elderly, disabled, illiterate, and those for
whom English is a second language—to vote for particular candidates
while supposedly providing them with “assistance.”
- Ineligible voting: Illegal registration and voting by
individuals who are not U.S. citizens, are convicted felons, or are
otherwise not eligible to vote.
- Altering the vote count: Changing the actual vote count either in a precinct or at the central location where votes are counted.
- Ballot petition fraud: Forging the signatures of registered voters on the ballot petitions that must be filed with election officials in some states for a candidate or issue to be listed on the official ballot.
22 Signs that Voter Fraud is Wildly Out Of Control and the (2012) Election was a Sham
The Democrat Socialists are on the march and as crazy as all of their policies are, they are counting on their propaganda arm, aka the mainstream media, Hollywood and Universities, to continue brainwashing the youth and converting enough useful idiots into supporting the craziness so that the people actually clamor to be not just wandering sheep, but caged, no longer free from tyranny.
House Democrats Move To Allow 16-Year-Olds To Vote
A majority of House Democrats on Wednesday voted to lower the federal voting age from 18 to 16.
A number of high-profile Democrats voted in favor of the legislation.
Those Democrats included California Reps. Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell, Maxine Waters and Ted Lieu, Hawaii Rep. and Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Michigan Rep. Rashida Tlaib and Minnesota Rep. Ilhan Omar.
Democratic Massachusetts Rep. Ayanna Pressley introduced the legislation Tuesday evening as an amendment to House Democrats’ “For The People Act” which would overhaul federal election laws.
Pressley’s amendment fell short 126-305, thanks to a split Democratic vote and near-unanimous Republican opposition.
House votes in favor of illegal immigrant votingHouse Democrats voted Friday to defend localities that allow illegal immigrants to vote in their elections, turning back a GOP attempt to discourage the practice.
The vote marks a stunning reversal from just six months ago, when the chamber — then under GOP control — voted to decry illegal immigrant voting.
“We are prepared to open up the political process and let all of the people come in,” Rep. John Lewis, a Georgia Democrat and hero of the civil rights movement, told colleagues as he led opposition to the GOP measure.
The 228-197 vote came as part of a broader debate on Democrats’ major legislative priority this year, HR 1, the “For the People Act,” which includes historic expansions of voter registration and access, as well as a major rewrite of campaign finance laws.
The measure would have had no practical effect even if it had passed. Illegal immigrants — and indeed noncitizens as a whole — are not legally able to participate in federal elections.
But Republicans had hoped to send a message to localities such as San Francisco, where noncitizens are now allowed to vote in school board elections.
The popular vote could decide the 2020 presidential election, if these states get their way
Colorado is set to become the latest member of a group of states banding together to bypass the electoral college system.
The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact — which already has 11 states and the District of Columbia on board — would hand the 2020 presidential election to whoever wins the popular vote.
But it would only take effect if states representing at least 270 electoral college votes pass the law.
Under the Constitution, states have the power to determine how they award their electoral votes in national elections. Today, many states have winner-take-all laws, which award all of its electoral votes to the presidential candidate who receives the most votes within the state.
Most states swing either Democrat or Republican, making the winner of a given election in the majority of jurisdictions a foregone conclusion. Candidates don’t need to focus on issues concerning those voters and, as a result, winner-take-all statutes have created a handful of “battleground” states that candidates focus their attention and policies on.
“If candidates are behind in a state, they ignore it because they won’t be able to flip it during a three-month campaign. If they’re ahead in a state, they don’t pay attention because they won’t lose it,” said John R. Koza, chairman of National Popular Vote, a movement advocating state legislation for the compact.
Currently, the compact has 172 electoral votes from the 12 states that have enacted the legislation: Rhode Island, Vermont, Hawaii, Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Washington, New Jersey, New York, Illinois, California and the District of Columbia.
Colorado’s House and Senate passed the bill, which is ready for Gov. Jared Polis (D) to sign, bringing the count to 181. New Mexico, whose House has passed the bill, too, is viewed as the next state to join on.
“When we hit 270, all these bills take effect simultaneously. Then there’s a pool of 270 electoral votes that’s going to go to whomever gets the most votes in all 50 states,” Koza added.
But not everyone is as hopeful as Koza.
“The problem with the compact is getting another dozen states to sign on,” said Reed Hundt, chairman and co-founder of Making Every Vote Count. The remaining states where it may pass are smaller and left-leaning. “Republican states haven’t embraced it yet.”
According to Hundt, who previously served as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, for the first time in American history, in reasonably close, non-landslide elections, 1 in every 3 presidential candidates who wins the popular vote will lose the Electoral College.
Five presidents have taken office without winning the national popular vote, most recently in 2000 and 2016. The 2004 election was also a close call. If Sen. John F. Kerry had 60,000 additional votes in Ohio, he would have won the election, even though President George W. Bush was 3 million votes ahead in the popular vote.
Give felons and prisoners the right to vote
"Prisoners, too, should be allowed to vote, no matter their crimes. While only Vermont and Maine grant prisoners the vote, felon disenfranchisement fundamentally undermines the democratic rationale of our criminal laws. We cannot hold citizens to account for violating our laws while denying them a say over those laws."