BREAKING: Democrats Fail to Advance their Ballot Harvesting, Midnight Drop-Box, Election Fraud Legislation in 49-51 Vote


Senate Democrats failed to advance their Election Steal legislation in a 49-51 vote.

The vote passed on party lines. Chuck Schumer switched his vote for procedural reasons.

The bill will make elections open to all and allow Democrats to manufacture and stuff ballot boxes.

It is a dream for Democrats who know they must cheat to win elections.

There is no Democrat “voting rights” bill in DC. It does not exist. It has never existed. It is not being voted on. There is *only* legislation making it easier to vote under a false identity, harvest illegal ballots, vote as noncitizen, or to otherwise perpetrate criminal fraud.

— Stephen Miller (@StephenM) January 19, 2022

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It is also a disgrace and pure communism.

These people are pure evil.

Democrats now hope to use a “talking filibuster” gimmick to pass the legislation.

God help us.

Gov. @RonDeSantisFL calls out Democrats for their ongoing lies about pushing “voting rights!”

— MediaResearchCenter (@theMRC) January 19, 2022

NBC News reported:

Senate Republicans voted in unity Wednesday to block the advancement of a package of sweeping election legislation pushed by Democrats in a tense showdown over national voting rights.

The vote on the Freedom to Vote Act and John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act was 49-51. The vote broke evenly along party lines, but Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer switched his vote to “no” in the end for procedural reasons. It fell short of the 60 votes required to defeat a filibuster under Senate rules.

Senate Democratic leaders now turn to a planned effort to change the rules, impose a “talking filibuster” and ultimately pass the legislation without Republicans once debate ends.

The vote is set to be followed by an attempt by Senate Democratic leaders to change that 60-vote rule, impose a “talking filibuster” and ultimately pass the legislation without Republicans once debate ends.

That effort, which is expected later Wednesday night and would require only 50 votes, is also expected to fail.

With a 49-51 vote, Senate Democrats failed to break the GOP filibuster of voting legislation in order to pass the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.

— The Hill (@thehill) January 20, 2022

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