Democrats double-down in attempts to pass federally mandated voting rights

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All 50 Republicans voted against advancing to debate the revamped voting rights bill, set to cause federal overreach of the election system.


“This latest umpteenth iteration is only a compromise in the sense that the left and the far left argued among themselves about exactly how much power to grab in which areas,” Senator Republican leader Mitch McConnell stated.

The Democratic party attempted for a second time to pass the Freedom to Vote Act, a new bill that would make voting looser, ensuring the federal government is the “middle-person” in ensuring redistricting decisions and applying a federal mandate, allowing all voters to request mail-in ballots. 

The “For the People Act” was blocked in a 49-51 vote along party lines, with Schumer changing his vote to no at the end, allowing him to bring up the legislation for consideration again. The Democrats’ presented the “revamped” version of the bill as a contention to the latest election reform bill that failed earlier this year. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell addressed the absurd notion of the compromise on the Senate floor speech.

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“This latest umpteenth iteration is only a compromise in the sense that the left and the far left argued among themselves about exactly how much power to grab in which areas.” 

With the Senate Republicans blocking the second attempt at the Democrats attempt to pass and bring the Freedom to Vote Act into a debate, the likelihood of the bill passing is minimal unless something dramatic happens, such as the filibuster being overturned.

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