Democrats introduce bill that will destroy America With One Swipe…

Democ­rats intro­duce their first bill in the House: H.R.1 — The bill that will destroy Amer­i­ca. Nation­wide mail-in vot­ing, ban­ning restric­tions on bal­lot har­vest­ing, ban­ning vot­er ID, crim­i­nal voters,DC State­hood road­work, it’s all in here.

1) Inter­net-only reg­is­tra­tion with elec­tron­ic sig­na­ture submission.

“(a) Requir­ing Avail­abil­i­ty Of Inter­net For Online Registration.—Each State, act­ing through the chief State elec­tion offi­cial, shall ensure that the fol­low­ing ser­vices are avail­able to the pub­lic at any time on the offi­cial pub­lic web­sites of the appro­pri­ate State and local elec­tion offi­cials in the State, in the same man­ner and sub­ject to the same terms and con­di­tions as the ser­vices pro­vid­ed by vot­er reg­is­tra­tion agen­cies under sec­tion 7(a):

“(1) Online appli­ca­tion for vot­er registration.

2) Ban­ning the require­ment to pro­vide a full SSN for vot­er registration.

SEC. 1005. PROHIBITING STATE FROM REQUIRING APPLICANTS TO PROVIDE MORE THAN LAST 4 DIGITS OF SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER. (a) Form Includ­ed With Appli­ca­tion For Motor Vehi­cle Driver’s License.—Section 5©(2)(B)(ii) of the Nation­al Vot­er Reg­is­tra­tion Act of 1993 (52 U.S.C. 20504©(2)(B)(ii)) is amend­ed by strik­ing the semi­colon at the end and insert­ing the fol­low­ing: “, and to the extent that the appli­ca­tion requires the appli­cant to pro­vide a Social Secu­ri­ty num­ber, may not require the appli­cant to pro­vide more than the last 4 dig­its of such number;”.

3) Nation­wide ‘Motor Vot­er’ registration.

Note that motor vot­er reg­is­tra­tion is how thou­sands of ille­gal became reg­is­tered vot­ers in Cal­i­for­nia and Nevada.

(2) DEFINITION.—The term “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.

4) 16 year olds required to be reg­is­tered to vote.

(d) Treat­ment Of Indi­vid­u­als Under 18 Years Of Age.—A State may not refuse to treat an indi­vid­ual as an eli­gi­ble indi­vid­ual for pur­pos­es of this part on the grounds that the indi­vid­ual is less than 18 years of age at the time a con­tribut­ing agency receives infor­ma­tion with respect to the indi­vid­ual, so long as the indi­vid­ual is at least 16 years of age at such time. Noth­ing in the pre­vi­ous sen­tence may be con­strued to require a State to per­mit an indi­vid­ual who is under 18 years of age at the time of an elec­tion for Fed­er­al office to vote in the election.

5) Nation­wide same-day registration.

“(1) REGISTRATION.—Each State shall per­mit any eli­gi­ble indi­vid­ual on the day of a Fed­er­al elec­tion and on any day when vot­ing, includ­ing ear­ly vot­ing, is per­mit­ted for a Fed­er­al election—

“(A) to reg­is­ter to vote in such elec­tion at the polling place using a form that meets the require­ments under sec­tion 9(b) of the Nation­al Vot­er Reg­is­tra­tion Act of 1993 (or, if the indi­vid­ual is already reg­is­tered to vote, to revise any of the individual’s vot­er reg­is­tra­tion infor­ma­tion); and

“(B) to cast a vote in such election.

6) Grants ($25M) for using minors in elec­tion activities.

(1) IN GENERAL.—The Elec­tion Assis­tance Com­mis­sion (here­after in this sec­tion referred to as the “Com­mis­sion”) shall make grants to eli­gi­ble States to enable such States to car­ry out a plan to increase the involve­ment of indi­vid­u­als under 18 years of age in pub­lic elec­tion activ­i­ties in the State.

7) More chil­dren voters.

“(k) Accep­tance Of Appli­ca­tions From Indi­vid­u­als Under 18 Years Of Age.—

“(1) IN GENERAL.—A State may not refuse to accept or process an individual’s appli­ca­tion to reg­is­ter to vote in elec­tions for Fed­er­al office on the grounds that the indi­vid­ual is under 18 years of age at the time the indi­vid­ual sub­mits the appli­ca­tion, so long as the indi­vid­ual is at least 16 years of age at such time.

8) Pro­hibit­ing attempts to clean vot­er rolls of non-residents.

It’s this whole sec­tion, but in par­tic­u­lar, this part below basi­cal­ly says nobody is allowed to request vot­er rolls to be cleaned up. ie: mak­ing it ille­gal to do what Tom Fit­ton was doing.

“(1) REQUIREMENTS FOR CHALLENGES.—No per­son, oth­er than a State or local elec­tion offi­cial, shall sub­mit a for­mal chal­lenge to an individual’s eli­gi­bil­i­ty to reg­is­ter to vote in an elec­tion for Fed­er­al office or to vote in an elec­tion for Fed­er­al office unless that chal­lenge is sup­port­ed by per­son­al knowl­edge regard­ing the grounds for inel­i­gi­bil­i­ty which is—

9) Mur­der­ers and rapists can vote.

(1) NOTIFICATION.—On the date deter­mined under para­graph (2), each State shall noti­fy in writ­ing any indi­vid­ual who has been con­vict­ed of a crim­i­nal offense under the law of that State that such indi­vid­ual has the right to vote in an elec­tion for Fed­er­al office pur­suant to the Democ­ra­cy Restora­tion Act of 2021 and may reg­is­ter to vote in any such elec­tion and pro­vide such indi­vid­ual with any mate­ri­als that are nec­es­sary to reg­is­ter to vote in any such election.

10) Manda­to­ry ear­ly voting.

Note that I per­son­al­ly like ear­ly vot­ing in Flori­da, but putting it here anyway.

“(1) IN GENERAL.—Each State shall allow indi­vid­u­als to vote in an elec­tion for Fed­er­al office dur­ing an ear­ly vot­ing peri­od which occurs pri­or to the date of the elec­tion, in the same man­ner as vot­ing is allowed on such date.

11) THE BIG ONE — NATIONWIDE VOTE BY MAIL, BAN ON BALLOT PROTECTION MEASURES, LEGALIZED LIMITLESS BALLOT HARVESTING.

“SEC. 307. PROMOTING ABILITY OF VOTERS TO VOTE BY MAIL.

“(a) Uni­form Avail­abil­i­ty Of Absen­tee Vot­ing To All Voters.—

“(1) IN GENERAL.—If an indi­vid­ual in a State is eli­gi­ble to cast a vote in an elec­tion for Fed­er­al office, the State may not impose any addi­tion­al con­di­tions or require­ments on the eli­gi­bil­i­ty of the indi­vid­ual to cast the vote in such elec­tion by absen­tee bal­lot by mail.

“(2) ADMINISTRATION OF VOTING BY MAIL.—

“(A) PROHIBITING IDENTIFICATION REQUIREMENT AS CONDITION OF OBTAINING BALLOT.—A State may not require an indi­vid­ual to pro­vide any form of iden­ti­fi­ca­tion as a con­di­tion of obtain­ing an absen­tee bal­lot, except that noth­ing in this para­graph may be con­strued to pre­vent a State from requir­ing a sig­na­ture of the indi­vid­ual or sim­i­lar affir­ma­tion as a con­di­tion of obtain­ing an absen­tee ballot.

“(B) PROHIBITING REQUIREMENT TO PROVIDE NOTARIZATION OR WITNESS SIGNATURE AS CONDITION OF OBTAINING OR CASTING BALLOT.—A State may not require nota­riza­tion or wit­ness sig­na­ture or oth­er for­mal authen­ti­ca­tion (oth­er than vot­er attes­ta­tion) as a con­di­tion of obtain­ing or cast­ing an absen­tee ballot.

“(2) PERMITTING VOTERS TO DESIGNATE OTHER PERSON TO RETURN BALLOT.—The State—

“(A) shall per­mit a vot­er to des­ig­nate any per­son to return a vot­ed and sealed absen­tee bal­lot to the post office, a bal­lot drop-off loca­tion, trib­al­ly des­ig­nat­ed build­ing, or elec­tion office so long as the per­son des­ig­nat­ed to return the bal­lot does not receive any form of com­pen­sa­tion based on the num­ber of bal­lots that the per­son has returned and no indi­vid­ual, group, or orga­ni­za­tion pro­vides com­pen­sa­tion on this basis; and

“(B) may not put any lim­it on how many vot­ed and sealed absen­tee bal­lots any des­ig­nat­ed per­son can return to the post office, a bal­lot drop off loca­tion, trib­al­ly des­ig­nat­ed build­ing, or elec­tion office.

12) Ban­ning vot­er ID by replac­ing it with ‘I totes promise I’m not a degen­er­ate rig­ger’ note.

“(1) IN GENERAL.—Except as pro­vid­ed in sub­sec­tion ©, if a State has in effect a require­ment that an indi­vid­ual present iden­ti­fi­ca­tion as a con­di­tion of receiv­ing and cast­ing a bal­lot in an elec­tion for Fed­er­al office, the State shall per­mit the indi­vid­ual to meet the requirement—

“(A) in the case of an indi­vid­ual who desires to vote in per­son, by pre­sent­ing the appro­pri­ate State or local elec­tion offi­cial with a sworn writ­ten state­ment, signed by the indi­vid­ual under penal­ty of per­jury, attest­ing to the individual’s iden­ti­ty and attest­ing that the indi­vid­ual is eli­gi­ble to vote in the elec­tion; or

13) Road­work for DC state­hood and ter­ri­to­ry statehood.

The whole subtitle.

Sub­ti­tle C—Findings Relat­ing To Dis­trict Of Colum­bia Statehood

Sub­ti­tle D—Territorial Vot­ing Rights

14) COMPLETE CONGRESSIONAL TAKEOVER OF REDISTRICTING.

Sub­ti­tle E—Redistricting Reform

Also includes, of course, ‘muh fag­goty minori­ties boo hoo’.

(B) ENSURING DIVERSITY.—In appoint­ing the 9 mem­bers pur­suant to sub­para­graph (B) of para­graph (1), as well as in des­ig­nat­ing alter­nates pur­suant to sub­para­graph (B) of para­graph (3) and in appoint­ing alter­nates to fill vacan­cies pur­suant to sub­para­graph (B) of para­graph (4), the first mem­bers of the inde­pen­dent redis­trict­ing com­mis­sion shall ensure that the mem­ber­ship is rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the demo­graph­ic groups (includ­ing racial, eth­nic, eco­nom­ic, and gen­der) and geo­graph­ic regions of the State, and pro­vides racial, eth­nic, and lan­guage minori­ties pro­tect­ed under the Vot­ing Rights Act of 1965 with a mean­ing­ful oppor­tu­ni­ty to par­tic­i­pate in the devel­op­ment of the State’s redis­trict­ing plan.


I am run­ning out of time and space, but please look at this section:

SEC. 3201. NATIONAL STRATEGY TO PROTECT UNITED STATES DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS. (a) In General.—Not lat­er than one year after the date of the enact­ment of this Act, the Pres­i­dent, act­ing through the Sec­re­tary, in con­sul­ta­tion with the Chair­man, the Sec­re­tary of Defense, the Sec­re­tary of State, the Attor­ney Gen­er­al, the Sec­re­tary of Edu­ca­tion, the Direc­tor of Nation­al Intel­li­gence, the Chair­man of the Fed­er­al Elec­tion Com­mis­sion, and the heads of any oth­er appro­pri­ate Fed­er­al agen­cies, shall issue a nation­al strat­e­gy to pro­tect against cyber attacks, influ­ence oper­a­tions, dis­in­for­ma­tion cam­paigns, and oth­er activ­i­ties that could under­mine the secu­ri­ty and integri­ty of Unit­ed States demo­c­ra­t­ic institutions.

(b) Considerations.—The nation­al strat­e­gy required under sub­sec­tion (a) shall include con­sid­er­a­tion of the following:

(1) The threat of a for­eign state actor, for­eign ter­ror­ist orga­ni­za­tion (as des­ig­nat­ed pur­suant to sec­tion 219 of the Immi­gra­tion and Nation­al­i­ty Act (8 U.S.C. 1189)), or a domes­tic actor car­ry­ing out a cyber attack, influ­ence oper­a­tion, dis­in­for­ma­tion cam­paign, or oth­er activ­i­ty aimed at under­min­ing the secu­ri­ty and integri­ty of Unit­ed States demo­c­ra­t­ic institutions.

(3) Poten­tial con­se­quences, such as an ero­sion of pub­lic trust or an under­min­ing of the rule of law, that could result from a suc­cess­ful cyber attack, influ­ence oper­a­tion, dis­in­for­ma­tion cam­paign, or oth­er activ­i­ty aimed at under­min­ing the secu­ri­ty and integri­ty of Unit­ed States demo­c­ra­t­ic institutions.

Lit­er­al­ly form­ing a com­mis­sion to effec­tive­ly freeze any­one who says that the elec­tion was rigged.

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