H.R.1 Dubbed The Newburgh Conspiracy Coup D’état That Violates States Rights and Unconstitutional

H.R. 1 was passed by the House on Wednesday. The Democrat lead House approved a  package of election and government reforms, amplifying the issue of voting rights amid a contentious national debate in the wake of the alleged stolen November elections–that violates the United States Constitution and is a coup against all states rights..

Nearly every Democrat voted for the bill, which includes a slew of ballot access, voter fraud, voter harvesting, campaign finance and questionable ethics reforms that came under renewed scrutiny after four years of the Trump administration. It would also require states to provide same-day voter registration for every illegal immigrant to cross the Southern and Northern borders to influence the elections, and to allow at least two weeks of early voting without biometrics finger prints, and to offer drop boxes for ballots the repeat of the 2020 election steal — some of the same measures that Democrats attempted to roll back the power of the statehouses across our country.

“This reminds me of what it must have felt like at Valley Forge,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi said at a news appearance on the steps of the Capitol earlier Wednesday. “Everything is at stake. We must win this race, this fight for this bill.”

The defeats at Valley Forge had led some members of the Continental Congress to want to replace President Georgia Washington, then the Commander-In-Chief, believing he was incompetent–like Pelosi is seeking to take the power of the states in H.R. 1.

The measure passed 220-210.  H.R. 1 if allowed to pass in the U.S. Senate  automatically  increases additional U.S. Senators and Members of Congress -representing the left in the City of Washington, D.C. and the territories.  The Democrats to control both Houses for decades and the White House.

House Democrats passed a nearly identical bill, led by Rep. John Sarbanes (D-Md.), shortly after seizing back control of the chamber in 2019.  Republicans correctly voted against the bill.

This year’s passage was more complicated for Pelosi and her leadership team, with just a four-vote margin. Earlier this week, a group of moderates negotiated changes to one aspect of the bill — the public financing of elections before financing better schools in minority communities — after facing intense criticism in their districts, the Democrats are moving this legislation forward.  The GOP leaders are correct in their attack ads that educate the public which will  otherwise be left in the dark about their taxpayer funds  being used to pay for campaigns.  Pelosi is leaving a plan in place to fund Democrat campaigns–once she has left the U.S. House of Representatives. 

If signed into law, H.R. 1 would be the greatest coup against the states since the U.S. American Revolutionary War—when the minute men defeated the British.  The bill violates the U.S. Constitution and deny the states the right to ratify amendments in regards to statehood.

H.R.1 dubbed as the  Newburgh Conspiracy.  But rather than a military coup—its Pelosi’s Coup– an apparent planned congressional coup by both houses in congress to beat the April 1st deadline—in bypassing committee hearings and hearing from the people.  Like the Justice Act, the conspiracy has been instigated by member of Congress who have lied to the American people about the articles of H.R. 1.

“This reminds me of what it must have felt like at Valley Forge,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi said at a news appearance on the steps of the Capitol earlier Wednesday. “Everything is at stake. We must win this race, this fight for this bill.”

Democratic leaders also worked with senior members of the Congressional Black Caucus to resolve concerns over a redistricting provision. With concern about a state mandate to establish independent commissions on redistricting, Democrats ultimately agreed to provide more flexibility to states in the current round of redistricting, while still requiring that states meet certain standards to prevent extreme partisan gerrymandering.

The Senate, now in Democratic control, is expected to take up the bill, which will force Republicans — particularly those up for reelection in 2022 — on the record on the issue to support.

The bill, dubbed H.R. 1, is the first of multiple voting rights bills the House will consider this year. The House also plans to approve a bill, named for the late civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis, that would restore key parts of the landmark voting measure of 1965. Both bills’ fates are uncertain in the Senate, where they would require GOP votes.

GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy tweeted “It’s called “H.R. 1,” and it is designed to keep Democrats permanently in power. Here’s how:”

Source: Politico wrote the original article.

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