Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita promised that many state attorneys general will continue to oppose federal efforts to take over the administration of elections, even as Democrats put forward a bill they claim is a “compromise” of HR1, a radical piece of legislation that would allow easy election cheating through ballot trafficking.
Rokita faulted the bill for not requiring voter ID and for putting elections under federal control, which he said goes against the Constitution.
The new bill is called the “John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act,” and it complains that voter ID and other common sense requirements are “racist.”
Democrats hope enough people will be guilted into voting for the act to pass it and avoid being looked at as a racist.
Both HR1 and the John Lewis voting act are “an assault on the integrity of our elections to ensure [Democrats] remain in power in perpetuity.” Rokita concluded.
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