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The Democratic Socialists, in the U.S. House, Pass H.R. 1 to Legitimize Cheating in Future Elections

    And so many of you elected these non patriot, functional immoral FOOLS, who sanctioned this abomination of non patriotism in governing. This is why I am completely dedicated to REAL education. Many of you need to get way smarter, and as per my usual - H.R. 1 - a federal bill that legitimizes cheating in elections and the "disenfranchisement" of the greatest number of voters possible, as in the grandest election cheat in the history (2020) of the United States.

    Just a big bunch of words delivering an unrequested advisement to these excessively STUPID Democratic Socialist legislators, managed by Speaker Non Patriot Pelosi, the dumbest politician to ever own the well of the House: All of your public efforts to sanction election malfeasance by legitimizing cheating, since it was so extra successful in 2020 for the Democratic Socialists, is immediately unconstitutional (as per Article I, Section 4, Clause 1 - U.S. Constitution), and you Stupids; you ignorant Democratic Socialists (like NC's G.K. Butterfield, District One, and this Old Fool was once a judge), who were elected to constitutionally serve their constituents, are now personally showcasing what so many of us already know - UNFIT to SERVE ... Election Integrity be damned.

    And so many of you elected these non patriot, functional immoral FOOLS, who sanctioned this abomination of non patriotism in governing. This is why I am completely dedicated to REAL education. Many of you need to get way smarter, and as per my usual - I am here to help.

poll#135
Should the current Congress, under the care of the Democratic Socialists, have the right to pass new legislation - H.R. 1 - attempting to strip these 50 states united from managing their own elections?
  Yes, elections have consequences and the Democratic Socialists are now fully in charge.
  No, the partisan passing of H.R. 1, by only the Democratic Socialists, to create an illegitimate rich environment to corrupt elections and control the ballot box is fully unconstitutional.
  I just don't care.
353 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?


poll#126
Should Republican Senators, led by Senator Ted Cruz, challenge, by objection, the Electoral College's results due to their assertion that the 2020 General Election was tragically flawed to the point of demanding a far more in depth investigation?
  No, this election was executed flawlessly relative to the 2016 presidential election.
  Yes, Voter Fraud was monumental, massive, complex, and much of it in plain sight.
  No, I did not vote anyway, and, or could care less.
245 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?

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( March 7th, 2021 @ 8:37 pm )
 
Pay attention, be aware, there is an ever present truth: The Democratic Socialists are seeking to destroy our Republic, and remake our society where your freedoms will be at their whim.



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