Nancy Pelosi is terrified that the 2020 election will be fully exposed as a sham.
So she is trying to force her far-left agenda into law sooner rather than later.
But a major Democrat just destroyed Nancy Pelosi’s life with a game-changing statement.
Election experts have reported for decades that mail-in voting is ripe for fraud, especially when it doesn’t have any signature verification requirements, like those in the states of Georgia and Michigan.
Currently, Republicans are passing laws to require signature verification, along with general voter ID requirements for voting.
In turn, Democrats are in a mad-rush to federalize the voting system to mandate nationwide mail-in voting, and ban voter ID requirements at the polls.
There are a number of bills to do just that.
And the only thing standing in their way is the Senate filibuster, which requires bills to reach 60 votes to pass.
That’s why Democrats are demanding an end to the filibuster, or at least a supposed “carve out” for election bills.
Former President Barack Obama called the filibuster a “Jim Crow relic,” and there is a huge support in the Democrat Party for this move.
But in a shocking move, one of the strongest voices speaking out against it today is a top Democrat.
West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin was asked about the filibuster while speaking to CNN’s Jake Tapper.
Tapper asked, “Is there any circumstance under which you could imagine allowing a carve out?”
Manchin responded with perhaps the most reasonable argument ever to come from a Democrat:
“Jake, I can’t imagine a carve-out, because I was here in 2013 when it was called a carve-out. We’re just going to do the Cabinet for the president. And then it went into, we’re going to do the judges who are lifetime appointments for circuit and district. They were even going to do Supreme Court, but they didn’t at that time. The Democrats were in control. 2017, Mitch McConnell’s in control, comes right back in, and guess what? That carve-out worked to really carve us up pretty bad.”
He exposed the lie that there is no such thing as a “carve-out.”
If they do it once, it will be used to create a precedent to do it again and again.
But the fact Democrats are willing to take that risk shows just how important they see these voting bills to winning future elections.