Rep. Tenney Smashes Dems By Revealing Why They Really Want Voting Reform

Rep. Tenney Smashes Dems By Revealing Why They Really Want Voting Reform

According to Rep. Claudia Tenney, the current push by the Democratic Party concerning voting rights legislation, which, of course, is anti-voter ID, is because these kind of laws will “make it easier to cheat.”

I have no doubt in my mind that she’s absolutely correct on this. Democrats, at this point, do not want to risk losing power again, as doing so could completely unravel their current attempts to try and destroy America and rebuild it into a Marxist nightmare.

“Democracy to them is not about having two sides or multiple sides go to the ballot box. It’s about them winning and making sure Republicans lose,” the New York Republican went on to say during an interview on Newsmax’s “Wake Up America.” “That’s exactly what President [Joe] Biden is going to do today in Georgia, to try to make it easier to cheat.”

President Joe Biden, along with Vice President Kamala Harris are traveling to the state of Georgia in order to help drum up support for two new pieces of legislation that will supposedly protect minority voting rights.

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via Newsmax:

The proposed Freedom to Vote Act would make Election Day a public holiday, expand voting by mail, and allow same-day voter registration.

The other proposed legislation, the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, would prohibit the adoption of legislation that results in discriminatory voting practices and restore key provisions of the Voting Rights Advancement Act of 1965.

But Tenney, echoing the concerns of her party, said Republicans want measures that make sure that it is “easier to vote and harder to cheat,” while “preserving the integrity of each citizen,” and that includes requiring identification to vote.

“That shouldn’t be a big ask,” Tenney went on to say, point out that she is required to show her vaccine passport whenever she goes anywhere in New York City.

In the meantime, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer,  New York Democrat, has been making the call for the filibuster to be brought to an end in order to advance voting legislation, which Tenney called “hypocrisy” considering the statements the senator has made in the past about preserving the filibuster.

“It’s amazing just the hypocrisy, [but] you could probably find quotes from most everything that Joe Biden and Chuck Schumer have said in the past that they have contradicted now that the far left is dictating what happens in elections,” said the congresswoman. “They’re worried about the red waves, so [now] they’re going to try to change the rules midstream.”

“The congresswoman also applauded the Republican National Committee, its chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, New York Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy, and Assemblyman Joe Borelli for the lawsuit filed Monday against Mayor Eric Adams, the New York City Council, and the New York City Board of Elections for a new local law that permits noncitizens to vote in city elections,” the report said.

Tenney then stated that the new law will go against current state and federal constitutional provisions that citizens may vote.

“It does not say noncitizens have the right to vote,” she remarked. “I think we’re going to win this challenge. And this is just another way to overtake our elections and change the rules midstream, so to ensure Democrat wins.”