BREAKING: Steve Bannon Warns of Liz Cheney and Democrat Party’s Latest Attempt to Pass Illegitimate Election Cheating Bill, HR 8873
Democrat operatives stuff ballot boxes in Georgia, deliver late-night ballots through the back door in Detroit, blocking GOP observers in Michigan.
House Democrats are desperately trying to pass HR. 8873 before they leave office for the midterm elections.
The bill is an urgent attempt by Democrats to put in place rules to ensure they can steal all future elections from the American people.
Democrats depend on stunts like the items listed below in order to disrupt the election system with illegitimate votes and voters.
Steve Bannon warned the War Room audience today that Democrats are attempting to push this through committee.
“They can’t win if they don’t cheat.”
Liz Cheney is joining Democrats on thie legislation.
The Hill reported:
As the 117th Congress inches toward a conclusion sometime in early December, the unfinished business continues to pile-up. All pending bills and their sponsors cry-out for action before the final gavel falls.
The most obvious undone deed is funding the federal government for the fiscal year 2023 which begins on Oct. 1. So far, the House has passed six of the 12 regular appropriations measures and the Senate, none. While a continuing resolution (CR) is anticipated to tide things over until early December, even that tried-and-true fallback device is hung-up on a sticking point from West Virginia.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.), in return for his support for the deficit reduction/climate change bill earlier this year, had been promised by Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) a vote before the clock runs out on legislation to expedite the approval of energy infrastructure projects. The CR is his vehicle of choice as the only must-pass measure in plain sight. Meanwhile, some 70 House members have signed a letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) vowing to oppose the CR if the Manchin-Schumer deal is attached. Other rumbles of dissent have emanated from a handful of senators. Stay tuned.