Nancy Pelosi’s Plot To Rig The Upcoming Election Gets Destroyed By Top GOP Senator.
we reported earlier that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told Americans and the rest of the world how she intends to rig the upcoming presidential election by forcing nationwide vote by mail, advocated for by the likes of Elizabeth Warren. Where states would send a ballot to every registered voter, including inactive voters, this will create a massive opportunity for voter fraud. President Trump express his disdain ” its dubious and people cheat with it , he said”.
What’s even worse is that Pelosi is seeking to fund her sick plan for the second coronavirus relief package which is meant for hardworking Americans.
But Senator Chuck Grassley is not willing to give into Pelosi’s demands as he went scorched earth over the weekend and accused Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, the House Speaker (Pelosi), and Democrats of playing politics on the coronavirus stimulus bill.
Nancy Pelosi’s Plot To Rig The Upcoming Election Gets Destroyed By Top GOP Senator
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During an interview Saturday on Fox News’ “Cavuto Live,” Grassley stated that Schumer and Pelosi “don’t have a leg to stand on” in negotiations over increased coronavirus aid, and that elections and infrastructure shouldn’t be thrown in.
He said, “Schumer and Nancy Pelosi don’t have a leg to stand on. Because it’s very clear that the demand for the small business money is going to run out on the 17th of April, and Congress didn’t think big enough when we appropriated that money to get people back to work or to keep them off the unemployment rolls.
And, everything else that it seems like that Pelosi and Schumer want are things that we still got money in the pot, and that we ought to wait and see how this thing plays out before you appropriate any money. Also And, for sure, anything that’s not related to the virus and the immediate pandemic and public health issues and the unemployment with the economy should not be thrown in, like, for instance, federalizing election laws.”
Grassley further stated that infrastructure is a legitimate issue to look at, but shouldn’t be part of the next coronavirus bill.
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