When Thieves Seek a Lock on Power: The Democrat Election Fraud Act


“Elections have consequences,” it is often said… and rightfully so. An upgrade to this sage maxim, however, is in order: “Stolen elections have dire consequences.”

Just ask the people of Venezuela, Cuba and all those who have lived under totalitarian regimes whose rulers still pretend to hold regular ballot contests.

Now the American people are themselves the victim of an in-your-face electoral theft (see, for instance, here and here and here and here).

Looking at the mounting evidence, this is what Newt Gingrich stated at the end of November last:

“The more data comes out on vote anomalies that clearly are not legitimate the more it looks like 2020 may be the biggest Presidential theft since Adams and Clay robbed Andrew Jackson in 1824.”

Who would have ever thought that such a thing would transpire in today’s America? Were we not supposed to be the bastion of democracy?

Having pulled off their Great Steal, the Democrats now seek to implement measures that would ensure that they will never again be dislodged from power by fair and transparent elections.

They wasted no time before they began putting safeguards in place. Among the onslaught of initiatives they launched in the first days of the Biden regime, their primary focus is to secure a perpetual lock on the country’s electoral process.

Their effort is three-pronged:

  • Codify and enshrine into law the mechanisms were used to carry out the Great Steal of 2020.
  • Officially designate the opposition as “Enemies of the People,” which, in the American context, go by names such as domestic terrorists, racists and white supremacists.
  • Import insurmountable numbers of potential voters by granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens (estimates run from eleven to twenty-five million).

As concerns the first point, the Democrats rushed to re-introduce H.R.1, the so-called For the People Act of 2021.

The bill failed in 2019 when it ran into opposition in the Republican controlled senate. The then leader Mitch McConnell saw right through it and refused to bring it up for a vote. He correctly stated that the bill was a “one-sided power grab” by the Democrat Party. He suggested that it should have been called the “Democrat Politician Protection Act.”

McConnell’s instincts were correct, but the name he suggested did not do justice to the travesty.

H.R.1 should rather be called the Democrat Election Fraud Act.

Because of the Republican resistance, the Democrats were not able to move the bill in their first attempt. In the last election, however, they were still able to make use of most of the fraud mechanisms it sought to legitimize under the excuse of COVID-19.

Now they want to make sure that no COVID excuses are needed to make the swindle easily and permanently available. Hence their renewed legislative push.

Here are some of the provisions included in H.R.1 as detailed by the New York Intelligencer:

  • Prepaid postage on mail ballots
  • Allowing voters to turn in their mail ballot in person if they choose
  • Automatic voter registration at an array of state agencies
  • Same-day voter registration
  • Online voter registration
  • Allowing 16- and 17-year-olds to pre-register so they’ll be on the rolls when they turn 18
  • Allowing state colleges and universities to serve as registration agencies
  • Banning states from purging eligible voters’ registration simply for infrequent voting
  • Two weeks of in-person early voting, including availability on Sundays and outside of normal business hours
  • Ending felony disenfranchisement for those on parole, probation, or post-sentence, and requiring such citizens to be supplied with registration forms and informed their voting rights have been restored

Notice that these measures were used with good effect as part of the Great Steal of 2020. Tens of millions of mail-in ballots, felon and underage voting, same day registration, dirty electoral rolls and such is how Democrats managed to generate a record number of votes for a doddering candidate who could not draw a crowd of two hundred people.

The Democrats’ primary focus is to make widespread absentee voting a regular feature of our election process, because this is where massive fraud is easiest to perpetrate.

In 2005 the bipartisan Commission on Federal Election Reform, chaired by former President Jimmy Carter and former Secretary of State James Baker, came to the following conclusion: “Absentee ballots remain the largest source of potential voter fraud.”

Fraudsters that they are, this is precisely why Democrats are so enamored of mail-in voting. They love them so much that they will send out millions of prepaid envelopes even when people do not ask for them.

And if you do not receive a ballot, no problem. Under the provisions of H.R. 1 you will be actually able to make your own ballot in the privacy of your home. According to Phil Kline, the former Kansas attorney general:

“HR 1 would allow ballot harvesting on steroids. Voters would — for the first time — have the ability to print out their ballots at home, creating a gaping security hole that could easily be exploited by either domestic or foreign interests. The legislation also allows third parties to collect ballots from an unlimited number of absentee voters and submit them through ballot drop boxes, dramatically increasing the risk that vulnerable Americans could be bullied, bribed, or blackmailed for their votes without the protection of election workers.”

Emboldened and ruthless, Democrats are intent on ensuring that absentee voting and other tools of fraud are readily available to them in every election henceforth. This is what H.R.1 is really all about.

Now that they control both the legislative and executive branch of the US government, the prospect of it all being enshrined into law has improved appreciably. All that stands in their way is the Senate filibuster, which at this time they have the votes to do away with. This option is something they are seriously considering even as we speak.

Their only fear is that the Republicans would use the absence of the filibuster against them in the future should the GOP ever regain power. However, if doing away with the filibuster now should enable the passage of H.R.1 such possibility is unlikely to ever materialize. This prospect must tempt Democrats immensely.

Every honest voter in this country beware: H.R.1, the Democrat Election Fraud Act of 2021, is the first bill introduced in the 117th Congress of the United States.


  1. I thought that according to the constitution it is the state legislatures that write their own voting laws?

  2. lets laugh at this. these articles serve one reason only to continue trump’s drumbeat that democraps are all “bad” people. smh

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