Wednesday, June 23, 2021

‘Fight of his presidency’: Psaki Says Biden Won’t Give Up On Remake of America’s Election Laws; ‘For the People Act’ Allows Democrats To Register Illegal Voters; Bill Dies in GOP Filibuster, and related stories

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‘Fight of his presidency’: Psaki says Biden won’t give up on remake of America’s election laws:
The White House vowed that President Biden won’t stop pushing a rewrite of the nation’s election laws despite the expected demise Tuesday of the Democrat’s voting rights bill.
The bill, which is set to fall to a Republican filibuster, was a top priority for congressional Democrats and Mr. Biden, though some liberal activists have faulted him for not fighting hard enough for the legislation.
“It will be the fight of his presidency, long past today,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters on Tuesday. “This has been a fight he’s been battling through the course of his career when he was in the Senate.”
Ms. Psaki said the president will launch a full-court press on the issue using “the bully pulpit but also every lever in government to continue to advocate for moving it forward.” --->READ MORE HERE
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‘For the People Act’ allows Democrats to register illegal voters:
One of the least-discussed elements of the U.S. House-passed For the People Act is how it could potentially allow illegal immigrants to vote in U.S. elections. It’s yet another move by Democrats to permanently rig the rules of American elections in their favor.
The so-called voting rights bill requires states to automatically add to their voter registration rolls every person — regardless of their voter eligibility — who partake in government programs, such as welfare, university financial aid or Medicare. This could add hundreds of thousands of ineligible voters to the rolls, leading to a massive blow to our election integrity and security.
Although illegal immigrants are ineligible to receive most federal welfare, they can receive emergency medical assistance under Medicaid and “short-term, non-cash emergency aid,” provided by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and disaster-relief cash assistance through state, local and voluntary programs, leading to them potentially being added to the state’s voter rolls, through automatic registration, like the For the People Act requires.
Moreover, 26 states and the District of Columbia provide some forms of state-only funding for illegal immigrants such as food assistance, health care, and aid to seniors and individuals with disabilities. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

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