Posted Originally on the conservative tree house March 4, 2021 | Sundance
Let us not mince words. (1) Late last night the hardline leftists occupying the majority position, by a slim four vote margin in the House of Representatives, passed a bill on a party-line vote HR1 which fully codifies and weaponizes all opportunities for election fraud throughout the U.S. (2) Immediately after passing the election usurpation bill, the same House leaders then locked-down the capitol under the auspices of a fraudulent “threat”, and then; (3) requested a 60-day extension for the military to maintain their protective isolation behind fences and barbed wire.
This is the new normal the facist democrats are advancing. This is the severity of the attack against our constitutional republic. This is their plan and very few republican representatives are confronting the attack with the intestinal fortitude needed to defend this nation.
HR1 now advances to the Senate where, more than likely, the senate rules will be changed to allow HR1 to be passed with a simple majority vote. My apologies, but FUBAR is an understatement.
♦ The Usurpation: WASHINGTON – […] H.R. 1 would require states to automatically register eligible voters, as well as offer same-day registration. It would limit states’ ability to purge registered voters from their rolls and restore former felons’ voting rights. Among dozens of other provisions, it would also require states to offer 15 days of early voting and allow no-excuse absentee balloting. (link)
♦ The Distraction Narrative: WASHINGTON – […] The House canceled its Thursday session due to the threat. The Senate is scheduled to be in session Thursday. […] Officials have been watching for signs there may be acts of violence in Washington on Thursday, carried out by extremists who are inspired by QAnon conspiracy theories and believe that March 4 will be the day of the “true” inauguration of Mr. Trump. (link)
♦ The Justification: WASHINGTON – […] WASHINGTON (AP) — The Capitol Police have requested that members of the National Guard continue to provide security at the U.S. Capitol for another two months, The Associated Press has learned. Defense officials say the new proposal is being reviewed by the Pentagon. The request underscores the continuing concerns about security and the potential for violence at the Capitol. (link)