(FiveNation.com)- A new poll could prove a sore point for Democrats attempting to relax voter ID laws and make it easier to fraudulently sway national elections, revealing that a majority of minorities in America actually support strict voter ID laws.
It follows years of relentless campaigning from “social justice”-minded Democrats for the relaxing of voter ID laws under the guise of promoting minority turnout in elections.
They realize that minorities can get ID too, right?
In a memo sent to members of Congress ahead of a hearing by the Senate Rules Committee on the H.R.1. bill, which would remove voter ID laws and implement national same-day registration, revealing that the majority of American voters, including a majority of black and Hispanic voters, support taking basic measures to prevent voter fraud – including the use of ID.
H.R.1., also known as the “For the People Act,” would make permanent many of the temporary measures implemented in the presidential election of 2020, including mass mail-in voting.
In Snead’s memo, some 77% of registered voters were revealed to favor requiring voters to show their ID before voting. Only 15% of Americans opposed the idea.
Some 92% of Republicans favored strong election laws, 75% of Independents supported it, and a slightly lower 63% of Democrats supported the idea – meaning a majority in all three categories don’t support the ideas put forward in the “For the People Act.”
Ironically, the “For the People” legislation does exactly the opposite of what the people want.
Interestingly, even a majority of supporters of President Joe Biden support strong voter ID laws.
And yet, Democrats consider the new legislation an important part of their agenda. Perhaps because it would make it harder to determine the true results of elections and even allow ballot harvesting in more states – a method of collecting ballots from voters often used by Democrat campaigners.
Former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany recently tore into House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for her support of the radical legislation, telling “Hannity” on Fox News that the bill would hurt election integrity.
“This is one of the most important pieces of legislation, I think, in the next two years that we’ll see,” she said. “We’ve got to stand against it because integrity matters. State legislatures should be paving the way for elections, not lawless, undemocratic, unconstitutional actors like the secretaries of states who are Democrats who are flouting the Constitution.”
On Pelosi’s support of the bill, she said that she is “flouting the will of the people, throwing it away.”
As it stands, the bill doesn’t have the support of 60 senators required to pass – but if the Democrats succeed in killing the filibuster, it could quickly become legislation after having already been passed in the House of Representatives.