The 75-pages buried in Pelosi’s 1,815-page ‘Heroes Act’ that would keep Democrats in power forever
Well, here you have it, folks. Nancy's pipe dream legislation:
This Act may be cited as the "Health and Economic Recovery Omnibus Emergency Solutions Act" or the "HEROES Act"
Has a nice ring to it. You may download your own personal copy of the 1,815-page monstrosity from NPR here (first place I found it). If you'd like it autographed, you'll have to check with Ms. Pelosi.
To get a better idea of what this legislation is all about, spend some time perusing "Division P" of the legislation, starting on page 1452. This 75-page gem (This Act may be cited as the ‘‘American Coronavirus/COVID–19 Election Safety and Security Act’’ or the ‘‘ACCESS Act’’) is all about federalizing voting practices and procedures, and is essentially Pelosi's H.R. 1 reincarnated to include mail-in voting. This is what the end game is all about ... "access" for everyone to vote. And not for Donald Trump.
My earlier analysis of what's going on in the voter registration and voting procedures universe is here.
This NBC News post is typical of the articles returned if one does a search of news related to the HEROES Act. Little or no detail regarding the ACCESS Act, but often an ebullient tone regarding the passage of this legislation. In fact, it took some searching of HEROES to find the voter/voting provisions, since the table of contents lists no page numbers at all, nor any detail under the entry for "DIVISION P—ACCESS ACT." They sure didn't emphasize that bit.
Interesting that 14 Dems voted against the bill. They'll certainly be on Pelosi's merde list. "Republican congressman Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., says he has ‘no choice’ but to buck party lines and vote for Democrats’ new $3 trillion coronavirus relief package, known as the Heroes Act," according to FOX News. Will be interesting to follow his career. Party switcher?
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