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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    Biden and Cuomo are two Catholic political turds that I want nothing to do with.
    Although I don't think that 'Catholicism' is their prime motivator.

    I wonder if that "stumbling" Biden is even on purpose, exploiting that some people will feel sorry for him.

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    All hail the dotard-in-chief.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Primus View Post
    Biden and Cuomo are two Catholic political turds that I want nothing to do with.
    Calling those two Catholics is a bit of a stretch lol.

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    Donkeyballs.... that's it! Who cares... really...
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    ASSAULT on Democracy: House approves bill that would nullify state voter ID laws


    (Natural News) The House of Representatives
    approved House Resolution 1 (HR 1) on a near party-line vote, 220-210. The bill, dubbed “For the People Act” by its Democrat authors, would require states to automatically register eligible voters, as well as offer same-day registration.


    The bill limits states’ ability to purge registered voters from their rolls and restore former felons’ voting rights. In addition, it would also require states to offer 15 days of early voting and allow no-excuse absentee balloting.


    Critics of HR 1 have pointed out that the bill would eviscerate state voter ID laws that require voters to authenticate their identity. Thirty-six states have enacted some form of voter ID law, but those laws would be nullified if the Senate approves HR 1.


    HR1 faces tough time in the Senate

    The biggest obstacle for HR 1 lies ahead in the Senate, which is split 50-50 between Republicans and Democrats.


    On some legislation, it takes only 51 votes to pass with Vice President Kamala Harris as the tiebreaker. But on a deeply divisive bill like HR 1, 60 votes would be needed under the Senate’s rules to overcome a Republican filibuster.


    Some Democrats have discussed options like lowering the threshold to break a filibuster, or creating a workaround that would allow priority legislation to be exempt.


    Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has not committed to a time frame but vowed “to figure out the best way to get big, bold action on a whole lot of fronts.” “We’re not going to be the legislative graveyard. People are going to be forced to vote on them, yes or no, on a whole lot of very important and serious issues,” Schumer said.


    Senate Democrats float idea of changing filibuster rules

    Senate Democrats, eager to advance their agenda in the evenly split 50-50 Senate, have floated the idea of changing the filibuster rules. The Senate has a longstanding practice of allowing any one senator to object to the proceedings – generally referred to as a filibuster – that can halt action or votes. This has become a key weapon in what is often described as a procedural arms race in the Senate. Overcoming filibusters can take days, if not weeks. Even without a senator holding the floor, filibusters have forced senators into all-night and weekend votes to advance legislation. “Filibusters and the prospect of filibusters shape much of the way in which the Senate does its work,” the CRS report said.


    It takes 51 votes to change Senate rules, a tall order in the evenly split 50-50 Senate. But the vice president can be a tie-breaking vote in favor of the Democrats, which could help bills like HR1 get through.


    HR 1 can shape outcome of future elections


    HR 1’s fate can potentially shape election outcomes for years to come. Democrats will benefit if it gets approved in the Senate and signed into law by Biden. In theory, they have more votes to gain courtesy of migrants, minorities and former felons. (Related: CHEATING Dems push new law to REPEAL voter ID laws nationwide, allowing illegals to dominate the future of U.S. elections.)


    Democrats want to use their razor-thin majority not to pass bills to earn voters’ trust, but to ensure they don’t lose more seats in the next election,” House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said.


    Battle lines are quickly being drawn by outside groups who plan to spend millions of dollars on advertising and outreach campaigns.


    End Citizens United, a left-leaning group, has launched a $10 million effort supporting the bill. Ironically, the group aims to curtail the influence of corporate money in politics.


    Meanwhile, the conservatives are mobilizing a $5 million pressure campaign, urging moderate Senate Democrats to oppose rule changes needed to pass the measure.


    Follow VoteFraud.news for more news and information related to election fraud and other methods endorsed by the Democrats to manipulate election results.




    Sources include:


    ASSAULT on Democracy: House approves bill that would nullify state voter ID laws

    https://www.naturalnews.com/2021-03-21-bill-that-nullifies-voter-id-laws.html
    HR1 faces tough time in the Senate The biggest obstacle for HR 1 lies ahead in the Senate, which is split 50-50 between Republicans and Democrats. ... But the vice president can be a tie-breaking vote in favor of the Democrats, which could help bills like HR1 get through. "...


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    RasmussenReports.com


    Democrats “have more votes to gain courtesy of migrants, minorities and former felons”.
    Means mass migration of the order of ‘tens of millions’.
    In order to lift the guns already the mass shootings are weekly.

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    Psaki says she never heard claim Hunter Biden got $3.5M from wife of ex-Moscow mayor

    WASHINGTON — White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Wednesday said that she’s “not familiar” with a widely reported claim that a company associated with first son Hunter Biden received $3.5 million from the wife of Moscow’s former mayor, after being asked by The Post what the payment was for.



    “I’m not familiar with that claim. It doesn’t sound like it’s backed up by a lot of evidence. If you have evidence or specifics, I’m happy to discuss it further,” Psaki said at her daily press briefing in response to a question from The Post.

    Psaki said, referring to a report from the Senate Finance and Homeland Security committees that made the claim, “I’m not familiar with the report at all.”

    The alleged 2014 payment was frequently cited during the presidential campaign last year. Then-President Donald Trump often raised it at public events including at campaign rallies and both presidential debates.

    The claim was the subject of one of the most contentious moments of the first presidential debate between Trump and Biden, with a flustered Biden denying his son got the money and calling Trump a “clown.”

    The Senate report, released in September, said the firm linked to Hunter Biden received $3.5 million from Elena Baturina, the widow of former Moscow Mayor Yury Luzhkov. The senators said they did not know the purpose of the payment.



    At the Sept. 29 presidential debate in Cleveland, Trump peppered Biden with questions about the payment.

    “Just out of curiosity, the mayor of Moscow’s wife gave your son $3.5 million … What did he do to deserve it?” Trump said, also noting Hunter Biden’s reported $83,000 per month job on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma while the elder Biden controlled the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy.

    Biden replied, “None of that is true.”

    “Oh really, he didn’t get $3.5 million?” Trump said.

    “It’s totally discredited — totally discredited,” Biden insisted.

    “Well wait, he didn’t get $3.5 million, Joe? He got $3.5 million,” Trump said.

    “That is not true,” Biden insisted.

    At the second and final presidential debate in Nashville, Tenn., on Oct. 22, Trump launched into an attack on Biden over the report.

    “Joe got $3.5 million from Russia. And it came through Putin, because he was very friendly with the former mayor of Moscow and it was the mayor of Moscow’s wife. He got $3.5 million. Your family got $3.5 million and you know, someday you’re gonna have to explain — why did you get three and a half [million]?” Trump said.

    After Psaki’s briefing Wednesday, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) tweeted, “@PressSec heard you’re not familiar with my and @chuckgrassley report. Here is a link.”

    Hunter Biden co-founded Rosemont Seneca Partners in 2009. The Senate report claimed Hunter Biden co-founded Rosemont Seneca Thorton — the entity that got the alleged $3.5 million — in 2013. The Senate report said Rosemont Seneca Thorton is a consortium of Rosemont Seneca Partners and the Thornton Group.

    “The Thornton Group’s website stated that it has offices in Boston and Beijing, lists Rosemont Seneca Partners among its list of alliances and clients, and includes photographs from multiple events attended by Hunter Biden,” the Senate report said.

    Hunter Biden’s lawyer George Mesires denied last year that he benefited from the $3.5 million payment to Rosemont Seneca Thornton. “Hunter Biden had no interest in and was not a co-founder of Rosemont Seneca Thornton, so the claim that he was paid $3.5 million is false,” Mesires said in a statement.

    After the Senate report, a Delaware computer repairman provided to The Post documents from a laptop formerly belonging to Hunter Biden that detailed his father’s apparent connection to business deals in China and Ukraine.

    The repairman contacted the Senate Homeland Security Committee and provided it with some of the documents one day after it released the report on Joe Biden’s apparent conflicts of interest in his son’s business dealings, as well as the alleged $3.5 million transfer.

    As of last month, the first son still owned 10 percent of an investment fund controlled by Chinese state-owned entities. The fund was formed 12 days after Hunter Biden joined his father aboard Air Force Two for a December 2013 trip to Beijing.

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    Hmm. Maybe some real collu$ion with Russians...
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    Biden Admin Working to Launch “Vaccine Passports” so Americans Can Prove They’ve Been Inoculated, Return to Normalcy

    By Cristina Laila
    Published March 28, 2021 at 10:23pm



    We knew this was coming.
    The Biden Administration is now working to launch “vaccine passports” so Americans can prove they’ve been inoculated.




    The vaccine passports will be the key to returning to normalcy and may actually control who is allowed to participate in the workforce.
    The Washington Post first reported on Sunday that the Biden Administration is coordinating with multiple government agencies in developing a system that would impact many aspects of life.
    TRENDING: Biden Admin Working to Launch "Vaccine Passports" so Americans Can Prove They've Been Inoculated, Return to Normalcy
    The Post, citing five officials who spoke on the condition of anonymity, reported the effort “has been driven largely by arms of the Department of Health and Human Services, including an office devoted to health information technology.”
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    The Biden administration is currently working to develop a system for people to prove they’ve been vaccinated against the coronavirus, according to a senior administration official.
    President Joe Biden has predicted that life in the US could be back to normal by Christmas, and as more Americans are vaccinated each day, these vaccine credentials — commonly called “vaccine passports” — could be key to a return to normalcy by the end of the year.
    White House coronavirus coordinator Jeff Zients has led the White House’s role in coordinating the project, an official told the Post.
    “Our role is to help ensure that any solutions in this area should be simple, free, open source, accessible to people both digitally and on paper, and designed from the start to protect people’s privacy,” Zients said earlier this month, according to the newspaper.
    But part of ensuring wide usage for vaccine passports is accounting for the large subset of the global population that still doesn’t use or have access to smartphones. A few companies within the Covid-19 Credentials Initiative are also developing a smart card that strikes a middle ground between the traditional paper vaccine certificates and an online version that’s easier to store and reproduce.
    Hey everyone its the mark of the beast! Aren't you glad they care about your health so much?

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