By Michael Gaffney
On Friday, I detailed U.S. Rep Jim McGovern’s support for an amendment to the democrat’s H.R. 1 aka the “Democrat Politician Protection Act” that would lower the voting age to 16. McGovern is pretty used to busing in voters and protestors, so busing children to the polls would be old hat. Here is the link:
Yesterday, I detailed that McGovern’s claim that H.R. 1 would “Return power back to the people of this country” was a bald-headed lie. H.R. 1 gives illegals the right to vote and destroys opposition parties, such as the Green Party, to favor democrats. Here is the link:
In addition to allowing illegals to nullify your vote, H.R. 1 also allows felons to vote. The argument that they “served their time” is a nice, but the conviction included the loss of voting rights. This is a mass pardon without reviewing the crimes committed and whether the felon has actually been rehabilitated. It will only lead to even more softening of our already weak criminal justice system.
H.R. 1 will simply allow massive voter fraud:
- Makes it easier to commit fraud and promotes chaos at the polls through same-day registration, as election officials have no time to verify the accuracy of voter registration information and cannot anticipate the number of voters, ballots, and precinct workers that will be needed.
- Degrades the accuracy of registration lists by automatically registering individuals from state databases, such as DMV and welfare offices, by registering large numbers of ineligible voters, including aliens as well as multiple or duplicate registrations of the same individuals.
- Constitutes a recipe for massive voter registration fraud by hackers and cyber criminals through online voter registration not tied to an existing state record, such as a driver’s license.
- Requires states to count ballots cast by voters outside of their assigned precinct, overriding the precinct system used by almost all states that allows election officials to monitor votes, staff polling places, provide enough ballots, and prevent election fraud. Mandates no-fault absentee ballots, which are the tool of choice for vote thieves.
- Prevents election officials from checking the eligibility and qualifications of voters and remove ineligible voters. This includes restrictions on using the U.S. Postal Service’s national change-of-address system to verify the address of registered voters; participating in state programs that compare voter registration lists to detect individuals registered in multiple states; or ever removing registrants due to a failure to vote no matter how much time has gone by.
As you may recall, Mayor Joe Petty’s campaign manager, Paul Giorgio pled to sufficient finding as to voter fraud for trying to vote twice in a local Worcester election. It is well known that Petty is a lacky for McGovern, but in case you had any doubts about a connection between Giorgio and McGovern:
With H.R. 1, Giorgio would have gotten away with voting twice. Imagine how many Giorgio’s there are in the democrat party and you can see why McGovern supports H.R. 1.
McGovern’s tweets contain no real details of the plan, just a constant barrage of talking point, wrapped up in what would be described as “nationalist” language by the media if McGovern was a Republican:
In yesterday’s article, I provided some insight from the far left Green Party on how H.R. 1 is designed to wipe out any political opposition to the Democrat Party. Today, let’s explore what the extreme far left ACLU has to say.
Well, the ACLU states that H.R. 1; “if enacted in its current form, it would unconstitutionally infringe on the speech and associational rights of many public interest organizations and American citizens. It is incumbent upon the drafters of H.R. 1 to correct these issues.”
The ACLU was so concerned about the vagueness of the provisions of H.R. 1 that they opposed it: “there are provisions within the bill that, while well-intended, are overly broad and vague. If enacted, they would violate the First Amendment rights of American citizens and public interest organizations. Unless those provisions are fixed, we will oppose H.R. 1 and recommend that members of Congress vote against it.”
Yes, McGovern and the democrats pushed through this 517 page bill, avoiding committee oversight, claiming that it would create a “government of the people, by the people, and for the people” that actually “would violate the First Amendment rights of American citizens.”
It’s not that McGovern has ever tried to hide his love affair with complete dictatorial control of the people by a corrupt government…