Of all the Marxist legislation Speaker Pelosi’s majority has forced through the U.S. House, HR1 is considered to be the most crucial for the Democratic party.
It is their attempt to pass an unconstitutional nationalization of federal elections. With multiple Democratic representatives retiring and polling showing multiple other seats up for grab, the left knows HR1 is their only chance of keeping the Congress after the 2022 midterm elections.
In a desperate move, President Biden says he supports creating an exception to the legislative filibuster in the Senate in order to pass voting rights legislation over Republican opposition. This “exception” would remove the senate requirement of 60 plus votes to end debate, allowing instead a simple majority of 51.
During his one-on-one interview on Wednesday with ABC’s David Muir, Biden said that he was in favor of “whatever it takes” to force his radical agenda through the US legislature in order for it to become law, even if it means terminating the filibuster – which he said he would do without hesitation if given the chance.
Biden made the comments when Muir asked him about the Democrat’s proposed changes to federal election procedures included in H.R.1, which includes a sweeping overhaul on voting rights that would enable countless illegal aliens to cast votes and allow for even more extensive fraud than there was in 2020.
Biden and the Democrats are preparing to change Senate rules forever so they can ram through a bill—the Corrupt Politicians Act—that would gut voter ID laws that 80% of Americans support. This corrupt power grab would be catastrophic for our country. https://t.co/QYzuU7RMkf
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 23, 2021
“That means whatever it takes. Change the Senate rules to accommodate major pieces of legislation without requiring 60 votes,” Biden said.
When asked to clarify that he supported a carveout for voting rights legislation from the 60-vote threshold needed to pass most bills in the Senate, Biden said that he did.
“The only thing standing between getting voting rights legislation passed and not getting passed is the filibuster, I support making an exception on voting rights of the filibuster,” Biden said.
The remarks are similar to those that Biden made during a CNN town hall in October when he opened the door to “fundamentally” altering or eliminating the filibuster to advance voting rights legislation.
But despite support among Biden and most Democrats, Majority Leader Schumer does not have all 50 Democratic Senators on board, which would be required to change the Senate rules. Moderate Sens. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) and Kyrsten Sinema (D-Ariz.) have said they would not support eliminating or watering down the filibuster.