Sinema Deals Fatal Blow to Democrats’ ‘Voting Rights’ Bill Two Days After Biden Calls on Senate to Nuke Filibuster (VIDEO)


Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema (AZ) nuked Joe Biden’s agenda on Thursday.

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on Tuesday traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to push the Democrats’ ‘voting rights’ bill that will make it easier for them to steal elections.

Biden and Harris called on the Senate to nuke the filibuster in order to pass a federal takeover of elections.

Sinema delivered a fiery speech from the Senate floor and reiterated her support for the filibuster rule.

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“There’s no need for me to restate my longstanding support for the 60-vote threshold to pass legislation. There’s no need for me to restate its role in protecting our country from wild reversals of federal policy,” Sinema said. “This week’s harried discussions about Senate rules are but a poor substitute for what I believe could have and should have been a thoughtful public debate at any time over the past year.”

“I will not support separate actions that worsen the underlying disease of division infecting our country,” Sinema said.


BREAKING: Sen. Kyrsten Sinema praises proposed voting rights bills but reiterates support for filibuster rule, saying “I will not support separate actions that worsen the underlying disease of division infecting our country.”

— ABC News (@ABC) January 13, 2022

Manchin agreed with Sinema and said her speech was “excellent.”

MANCHIN just now on Sinema’s speech: “Very good. Excellent speech.”

— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) January 13, 2022

Today has been a bad day for the Biden Regime.

Sinema and Manchin won’t budge on the filibuster rule and the Supreme Court just nuked Biden’s OSHA vax mandate.

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