We can rest easy in the knowledge that this administration will not battle states who pass election integrity laws. Why do I say that? Because Biden put her in charge.
If she is in charge like she is on the border, nothing will be done. But you can understand the fear they have of the new laws. had they been in place before the 2020 election, Trump possibly could still be in the White House.
The Democrats for their part passed an election bill that would make cheating a regular issue in every election. The bill passed the House but has stalled out in the Senate where it is DOA.
I am not crazy about the Democrats trying to nationalize the election procedures. They would love to get them passed before the 2022 midterm elections which the Democrats stand to lose.
The Republicans will take the House and have a good shot at the Senate.
In March Biden signed an executive order that would require federal agencies to expand access to voter registration:
“It is the responsibility of the federal government to expand access to, and education about, voter registration and election information, and to combat misinformation, in order to enable all eligible Americans to participate in our democracy.”
Fox News reported:
President Biden appointed Vice President Kamala Harris to lead the White House effort to bolster voting rights, adding to a growing list of responsibilities she’s in charge of, including addressing the “root causes” of migration in Central America and expanding access to broadband.
Harris put out a statement following the announcement saying that voting rights were “under assault” in the U.S. as more than 300 election security bills across the nation had been introduced since the 2020 election. She, like Biden, called on Congress to pass the For the People Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act.
“In the days and weeks ahead, I will engage the American people, and I will work with voting rights organizations, community organizations, and the private sector to help strengthen and uplift efforts on voting rights nationwide. And we will also work with members of Congress to help advance these bills,” the vice president said.
Considering her history of failure, this should be a great sign for the Republicans.