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May we know the truth of this bill and all it will do to our existing system of elections. Give discernment to our leaders, Lord.

H.R. 1, the “For the People Act,” which passed the U.S. House of Representatives on a party-line vote, should be renamed the, “For the Career Democratic Politicians Act.” This bill would take power away from the states, help elect Democrats, and protect career politicians. Yet that’s not the conclusion one would draw by reading the “news.”

Here’s the first line in the New York Times story about the passage of H.R. 1, “The House passed the Democrats’ showcase anti-corruption and voting rights legislation on Friday, an expansive measure that aims to dismantle barriers to the ballot box, end big money in politics and impose stricter ethics rules on federal officials.”  “Anti-corruption?” Really? How does this bill crack down on public corruption?


Prosecutors have lost major public corruption cases in the past few years, including the prosecution of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnel and current U.S. Senator Bob Menendez. The McDonnell case went to the U.S. Supreme Court, which issued a decision making it even harder to convict a public official for bribery. So, does the bill expand the definition of bribery? Does the bill make it easier to bring cases against corrupt politicians or even increase the criminal penalties? Of course not. The bill does nothing to combat public corruption.

So how else do the media mischaracterize the, “For the People Act?” TheTimes also claims the bill will “dismantle barriers to the ballot box” What? Are there barriers preventing Democrats from getting to the voting booths? Is that why they lost Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin in the last presidential election? Has President Trump built a wall around voting booths in Democratic precincts? Of course not. There are no barriers to voting for eligible voters.

So what does the bill do? It forces states to automatically register to vote any eligible residents who apply to state agencies for benefits or services. It specifically includes students of state colleges and universities. It also requires the states to register all convicted criminals who become eligible to vote upon completion of their sentence. Coincidentally, the overwhelming majority of college students and ex-convicts vote Democratic.  This is not dismantling any “barriers.” This is using taxpayer dollars to register potential Democratic voters.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), in promoting the bill, declared, “[We] must not suppress the vote of our newcomers to America.”  Well, if the “newcomers” are noncitizens then we must, because it’s illegal for them to vote in federal elections. That’s why states, which have the constitutional authority to determine the qualifications of voters, have passed voter identification laws to require proof of eligibility before casting a ballot. Democrats wrote H.R. 1 to nullify these laws; the bill allows a potential voter to simply sign a piece of paper swearing they’re eligible instead of having to show identification. I wonder who “our newcomers” are more likely to vote for, Democrats or Republicans?

H.R.1 will consolidate power in the federal government, further protect career politicians and use taxpayer dollars to help get out the Democratic vote. Thankfully, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has declared the bill DOA in the U.S. Senate. And, for good reason, despite what the media would lead you to believe.

(Excerpted from American Thinker, by Marc Scaringi.)

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  1. Lord, I thank you that you are the God of the impossible. When we feel like we are living in a place surrounded by impossibilities, you tell us to ask for whatever we want & if we believe, anything is possible. So as your children we ask that you move the impossibilities out of the way, turn them around, & work them out for our good. Protect your children & our nation from the onslaught of the enemy. We know these are the last days. So we also ask that you open the eyes of all to recognize the importance of joining together in prayer for each other. We ask that you convict & lay on this nations heart the importance of coming together in prayer & praying for this area as well as souls still seeking an answer to their lives problems. And that as we do, people will come to repentance & give their lives to the Lord. In the name of Jesus!

  2. Dear Father, please forgive us. We have been so engrossed in the good things of life in America, we failed to see , but unknowingly allowed this evil in our government that was established under GOD. JEHOVAH. I pray Your Word…..”When the enemy comes in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord will lift up a standard against him!” Thank You for the precious men,women, boys and girls who are taking an unashamed stand for you. From our dear President Trump to the little ones saluting our flag….Please protect them with the Blood of Jesus, keep them very courageous, and continue to raise up more warriors as You unstop deaf ears and lift scales from blinded eyes. Thank You that You (our God) is able to do exceedingly, abundantly MORE than we ask or think. In Jesus’ precious NAME

    1. I couldn’t have put how I feel into to better words than Merilee has set forth in her post. I pray that all Christians in our country have their eyes opened to what is happening in America. It is not a time for complacency in our election of leaders. I feel most certain that many Democrats in thee House of Representatives are evil and have been overtaken by Satan for their own selfish desires. I pray for these representatives, our country was not founded on such representatives as these. They may think that God doesn’t know what they are doing, but we know that God does. I pray that He will have mercy on our country and continue to bless our leaders who ARE fighting against the godlessness going on in our country. I pray for young people that they will open their eyes to see what is really behind this progressive socialism being taught them. Jesus said that He would never leave us or forsake us. We must continue to read His Word and pray for Gods grace upon our land.

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