Whatever you think about what happened during the events of January 6, 2021 at the Capitol in Washington, that can be debated. But when you have names like Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-Md.) and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) deciding the fate of your livelihood while also despising your political beliefs, you might have problems.
Extrapolate the possible motives of the members of the January 6th Committee down and you’ll see that their own ambitions guide their beliefs and the way they handle things.
Axios reported on Monday that “some members want big changes on voting rights.” You know, the same voting rights that the establishment is constantly screeching at Republicans about for allegedly taking those rights away from people.
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Well, in the same “taking rights away from people” vein, those “big changes” apparently includes “abolishing the Electoral College.”
“Disagreements arise whenever proposals are raised such as abolishing the Electoral College,” the Axios report noted, “vastly expanding voting rights like same-day registration or tightening the Insurrection Act to make it harder for a president to deploy the military domestically for use on civilians.”
Maybe the committee’s trying to actually make it easier for rioters to completely demolish cities in order for them to be able to grab more power? Who knows?
All I know is that the Electoral College allows for people in smaller states to have a say in who leads the most prosperous country in the history of mankind. But certain politicians don’t seem to want people to have that right. Shame.
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