House Passes Jan 6 Panel Bill That Changes Electoral Vote Count Process

by J Pelkey
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On Wednesday the House voted to pass legislation to change the Electoral Count Act of 1887 aimed at making it more difficult to subvert presidential elections.

The bill would require a third of House members to sign onto an objection to certify a state’s presidential electors, a significantly higher number than the current requirement of just one House member and one Senator.

In other words, the Democrats are working hard to make it easier for them to steal elections.

The bill passed 229-203, with just nine Republicans voting for the bill, including RINOs Cheney and Rep. Adam Kinzinger both of whom are on the Jan. 6 committee.

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The Senate has an Electoral Count Reform bill that already has support from 10 Republican senators, which is needed to break a filibuster. That bill has slight differences such as only requiring a fifth of House members to sign onto an objection, rather than a third, but is broadly similar.

The Presidential Election Reform Act, introduced by Liz Cheney, is not expected to pass the Senate.


House Democrats are urgently trying to pass their election cheating bill, HR 8873, to ensure they can steal future elections from the American people because they can’t win without cheating.

Stolen elections have catastrophic consequences as the American people have experienced in the last 19 months.

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