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The Washington, D.C. swamp is quickly working to consolidate its power. After Joe Biden's election, leftist politicians and the Marxist media called for "unity," but their actions betray their true intentions.
After pulling off the biggest crime in U.S. history by rigging the 2020 presidential elections, the Democrats have been working to codify their election fraud into federal law.
The U.S. House of Representatives proposed a bill on Monday — HR 1 — putting the federal government in charge of state presidential elections. The Democrats are calling the power grab a "simplification" of the election process, but they seem to miss the fact that dictatorial or totalitarian countries are often very "simple" due to the fact dissenters are executed or silenced.
But they're not stopping there. Another bill that's making the rounds in the house is HR 350, known as the Domestic Terrorist Bill.
Going heavy on the buzzwords of the day, it calls for "an assessment of the domestic terrorism threat posed by white supremacists and Neo-Nazis, including white supremacist and Neo-Nazi infiltration of federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and the uniformed services."
According to Joe Biden, "This is about anger, white nationalism, unadulterated hate. It has to be rooted out, just ripped out." Of course, the leftist media, Democrat politicians and social media giants are fond of pinning the Nazi and white supremacist labels to anybody who's even remotely conservative.
In 2017, the Washington Post and ABC conducted a poll that claimed that 9% of Americans believe holding Neo-Nazi or white supremacist views is acceptable. That's supposed to be about 22 million people.
So according to leftists, there are at least 22 million white supremacists in the United States. Following the presidential election, however, they're calling more than 70 million Trump voters racist.
Leftists have been tagging their ideological opponents as "racists" for at least the last four years, so that word has become meaningless. But it does show how the Marxists in power are trying to dehumanize conservatives.
To learn more, watch today's episode of The Download — Marxist Power Grab.
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