Kamala Harris Insists Ballot Harvesting, Midnight Drop Boxes, Locking Out Election Observers, and No ID Laws Is About “Keeping Our Standing in the World”
The godless Marxists never sleep.Unfortunately, the Republican party and a majority of our elected officials STILL do not understand this.
Kamala Harris was out on Face the Nation this weekend pushing the Democrats’ voting legislation.
The Democrats’ bill will cement into place all of the illegal activities they rely on to win elections including ballot harvesting, unattended midnight drop boxes, no voter ID laws, same day registration-voting, and blocking GOP election observers out of the counting rooms. These are just a few of the more notorious cheating tactics they have perfected. The Marxists know if they can’t cheat, they can’t win. That’s why Kamala, the most unpopular Vice President in US history is pushing the voting legislation. They must get this passed to control you and your children and grandchildren and to destroy this great nation with their anti-American destructive agenda.
From her interview today – Via Pam Key at Breitbart.
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VICE PRESIDENT HARRIS: I- you may know I am a child of parents who met when they were active in the Civil Rights movement.
HARRIS: I- there is so much about this fight for – justice and the ideals of our democracy that are part of my DNA and on the issue of voting, we have seen 18 at least states, over a dozen states that have passed, I’m told 33 laws that are making it difficult for the American people to vote. You know, I’ve been meeting with prime ministers and presidents from around the world. One of my favorite interactions was with the now past Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel. She came over for breakfast and we talked about everything that has to do with our relative security as nations and our priorities. And then she asked me about voting. She asked me about voting, and she knew what was going on here, and this is not a subject that was unique to my conversation with her, by the way, in terms of world leaders, because people around the world watch what we do as America, because we have held ourselves out to be a model of the efficacy of the- the ability of a democracy to coexist with an economic strength and power. We have been a role model saying, you can see this and aspire to this and reject autocracies and autocratic leadership. And right now, we’re about to take ourselves off the map as a role model, if we let- if we let people destroy one of the most important pillars of a democracy which is free and fair elections.
BRENNAN: You’re talking about what’s happening in state capitals around the country.
HARRIS: I am and- and but I’m talking about that, and I’m talking about what’s not happening in this Capitol in Washington, D.C., which is the passing of the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act and the Freedom to Vote Act. We have to- we have to agree- and this is not about saying you should vote for me or you should vote for Democrats. This is about everyone having unfettered access to their right to vote and- and agreeing that this is bigger than one election cycle. This is literally about our standing in the world, it’s about the integrity of our democracy. And I do believe of all the things that are on the headline news tonight, tomorrow, for the next week or months, when our kids look back five- ten years from now, at this moment it will be on our watch that we either stood for and fought for our democracy or not. And that I think that is all at stake right now.
BRENNAN: But you still have the reality of a 50-50 Senate–
BRENNAN: –and you have two senators who say they’re not on board for changing the filibuster in order to try to push this through. So how do you overcome that democratic reality of not having the votes and not having a clear path forward?
HARRIS: And you’re right to talk about the- the structure and the rules of the Senate, and that is real. And we will do, and look at whatever is necessary to push for Congress to take this issue on. And we have to, we have to.
BRENNAN: A carve out to the filibuster?
HARRIS: I’m not saying that. What I’m saying is that we are going to urge the United States Congress, and we have been, to examine the tools they have available to do what is necessary to fight for and retain the integrity of our voting system in America.
Here’s the video: