The race is on!
Every election campaign cycle we say that this is the most important election of our lives ---or in American history.
Why? — Because it’s true.
Had Hilary Clinton won in 2016, its possible 11 million illegal immigrants would now be voting straight Democrat. In 2018 the Dems won the House. It wasn’t pretty.
And now, after a very controversial election, the Democrats are on the verge of ending the American experiment as we know it.
Bye, bye American exceptionalism. No more federalism. No more free speech.
Or the right to bear arms. Or the Electoral College. Or national borders.
Yes, the race is on for 2022. Here we are in March of 2021.
The Democrats have until November 2022 to turn our voting system into a "heads-I-win-tails-you-lose" forever victory for themselves.
If the 2022 election is "unbalanced" our country is over, a one party crypto-Communist permanent authoritarian regime.
If we get to November 2022 and we get a somewhat level electoral playing field, America will be saved; at least temporarily.
The Democrats have loaded up their nuclear electoral bomb.
It’s called HR (House Resolution) 1.
It’s the culmination of the progressive movement; a knockout blow going back to 1913, the year of the graduated income tax and the Federal Reserve.
If HR1 passes, America is over.
Gone. Kaput. No turning back.
The essence of HR1 is the turning of our electoral system from retail to wholesale.
Retail is how we voted from 1789 to 2016.
Retail means every individual voter decides whether or not he or she is interested in voting.
If so, they get themselves registered, informed and to the ballot box on Election Day.
Wholesale voting requires no effort on the part of the individual.
The Federal government takes charge of all Federal elections; congressmen, senators and presidential.
Adults are automatically registered for having visited the Department of Motor Vehicles, a public university or a social service center. Aggregators (or ballot harvesters) will get voters mail-in ballots. No ID, witness signature or notarization allowed.
These same (paid) aggregators will "harvest" the ballots and turn them in up to ten days after Election Day. No voter ID required; not in the mail and not at the polls.
There’s much more and it gets much worse.
This is a stark example of the Democrats dream legislation
It's not intended to help any other people, party, or group.
Again — the end of America as we know it.
If it becomes law, we become serfs.
The U.S. Constitution turned on its head.
The U.S. House of Representatives already passed this horror, sending it to the U.S. Senate.
Not a single Republican congressman voted for it.
If the Senate passes it, game over.
What’s stopping them?
The Senate is currently 50-50, with Vice President Kamala Harris holding the tie vote.
But this type of legislation is subject to the filibuster.
And that means the Democrats need 60 votes; a mountain they’re unlikely to climb.
The Senate only needs 50-plus-one (the vice president) to vote to end the filibuster.
If they get that they will pass HR1 and, just to rub it in, expand the U.S. Supreme Court so that HR1 and other anti-constitutional bills can magically become constitutional.
If you aren't you scared yet, you have every reason to be.
Can the Democrats get the 50-plus-one to end the filibuster?
We don’t know.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W. Va., says, "Never." (At least he didn’t say, "Read my lips").
We’ll see. They have 20 months to get it done and turn us into "Venezuela North."
What if the Democrats can’t pass HR1?
What will 2022 and 2024 look like for those of us on the right?
The answer is: Not bad. We have advantages in leadership, unity and believe it or not, electoral reform at the state level. The Dems daily create disadvantages for themselves on the major issues of the day; opening the states, opening the schools, illegals, energy, taxes and crime.
If we are still a viable Republic by next month, I’ll write a "Part II," of this article: the head-to-head on 2022 and 2024.
The race is on, keep your fingers crossed.
Sid Dinerstein is a former chairman of the Palm Beach County Republican Party. He founded JBS Associates, a 600-person financial service company, and currently combines politics and business with Niger Innis in Inclusive Elections LLC, a firm that brings urban electorate voters to the GOP. He is the author of "Adults Only: For Those Who Love Their Country More Than Their Party." Read Sid Dinerstein's Reports — More Here.
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