Last week, the Attorney General of the United States, Merrick Garland, made a speech before personnel of the Civil Rights Division of the Department of Justice, and in it, he announced himself and the Justice Department as Democrat Party operatives. I caution you before you start the video that watching it in its entirety will likely result in tremendous health benefits if you happen to suffer from insomnia.
His speech focused on the work of the Voting Rights Section of the Civil Rights Division, and the steps he was taking to enhance the resources and activities of the Voting Rights Section. But in doing so, he made it clear that the work of DOJ would be to advance the causes and interests of the Democrat Party for the purpose of improving its chances at the ballot box.
The speech was, in reality, a concession by the Biden Administration that HR1/S1 — the “Elect Only Democrats in Perpetuity Act” — was dead in the Senate. Garland’s speech announced that DOJ would take up a “rear guard” action to protect Democrat-supported election rigging schemes from being rolled back by state legislatures.
Garland made it clear it would be the mission of the Biden Justice Department to put a stop to all that. Here are some of the comments that he made during his speech:
There has been a dramatic rise in legislative efforts that will make it harder for millions of citizens to cast a vote that counts. So far this year at least 14 states have passed new laws that make it harder to vote.
And some jurisdictions, based on disinformation, have utilized abnormal post-election audit methodologies that may put the integrity of the voting process at risk and undermine public confidence in your democracy.
The Civil Rights Division has already sent a letter expressing its concern that one of those audits may violate provisions of the Civil Rights Act that require election officials to safeguard federal election records.
The Division also expressed concern that the audit may violate a provision of the Voting Rights Act that bars
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