Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was just booted out. Lawmakers have shocked the nation — she never saw it coming. This is embarrassing.
Pelosi’s bill that would nationalize elections (H.R. 1) has already passed the House of Representatives, but the Arizona legislature just sent a message: her power grab won’t be welcome in the Grand Canyon State.
“[T]he Members of the Legislature oppose H.R. 1 and any subsequent enactment of the terms of this proposal and implore the Members of the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate to oppose the same,” declared the resolution.
Passed by both the Arizona House and Senate, the resolution went on to denounce this attempt to “obliterate the constitutional arrangement between the states and the government of the United States by usurping the constitutional power of states” to run elections.
The entire resolution can be read here and it should be used as a model for other state legislatures around the country. Right now, it is one of the best ways to push back against the Democrats’ dirty move.
Another thing state legislatures can do — which may be even more effective — would be to pass election integrity bills, especially voter ID and enforcement of signature-matching on mailed-in ballots.
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