BREAKING: Republicans Block “Democrat Election Takeover Scheme” With Filibuster

On Wednesday, Republicans finally showed some semblance of a backbone by blocking the advancement of an election bill that Mitch McConnell says was nothing more than a Democratic “election takeover scheme”.



“The bill, The Freedom to Vote Act, failed 49-51, with Senate Republicans denying it the 60 votes needed to begin debate on the bill,” reported the Daily Caller.

Republicans used the filibuster to ensure that the measure would need 60 votes to advance.

This new bill would have given Democrats a dream scenario that would have allowed them to do whatever they wanted in upcoming elections. Unlimited rigging would have taken place if this bill would have passed.

The Freedom to Vote Act would allow automatic and same-day voter registration and no-excuse mail voting,” reported NBC News. “It would give states flexibility in implementing some provisions, like early voting, and make Election Day a holiday”

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell had previously described the bill as nothing more than a Democratic “election takeover scheme.”

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“It is my hope and anticipation that none of us will vote for this latest iteration of Democratic efforts to take over how every American votes all over the country. The latest umpteenth iteration is only a compromise in the sense that the left and the far left argued among themselves about how much power to grab,” McConnell added.

After the vote was shot down, leftists began immediately raging on Twitter and calling for an end to the filibuster:

If the GOP can just hold the line until the 2022 elections, our country may very well be saved from the socialists in the Democrat party.

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