Former Trump campaign strategist Jason Miller delivered an important message from the 45th president to the American people.
During Thursday’s broadcast of Steve Bannon’s War Room Pandemic, Miller said he just got off the phone with Trump.
Donald asked Miller to relay the message that “The media wants to forget what happened in 2020, I haven’t, and we have a lot of work we have to do. We’re not going to forget what happened and we’ve got to stop this bill.”
Trump was referring to House Resolution 1, the ironically-named “For the People Act.”
The bill would essentially destroy any fragment of election integrity left in the United States by allowing the Democrat-run federal government to supersede states in managing elections.
“We have to stop this. We cannot let this go through. Democrats are trying to rig this thing for every election going forward,” Trump declared.
Former Vice President Mike Pence called the resolution “a massive 800-page election overhaul bill that would increase opportunities for election fraud, trample the First Amendment, further erode confidence in our elections, and forever dilute the votes of legally qualified eligible voters.”
Some of the shady, last-minute changes made to state election laws just ahead of the 2020 election would be applied at the federal level.
For example, the bill hopes to “require states to offer online voter registration systems and same-day voter registration during federal elections. It would also require local officials to automatically register eligible voters.”
The bill would also force states to give all voters the option of voting by mail.
Sen. Mike Lee, a Republican out of Utah, told Fox News on Wednesday the legislation “is rotten to the core. This is a bill as if written in hell by the devil himself.”
Lee accused Congress of trampling on States’ election rights “in an effort to ensure an institutional, revolutionary Democratic Party of sorts, one that can remain in power for many decades to come.”
Mike Lee on HR1: “This is a bill as if written in hell by the devil himself.” pic.twitter.com/NfNvv30NBA
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) March 10, 2021
With the Senate filibuster requiring a 60-vote majority to pass legislation, HR 1 will likely fail.