J6 panel rushes to cram election altering legislation through before Congress changes hands

The clock is ticking down on the Democrats’ sham J6 committee with members in a mad scramble to push for election altering legislation prior to the upcoming midterms and the prospect of the party losing its iron-fisted grip on both chambers of Congress.

Having fallen flat with the public during its disastrous summer season of boring hearings that failed to deliver the expected ratings bonanza and no definite schedule set for the resumption of the televised Soviet-style spectacle, the focus could shift to getting something on paper that can pass the House while Democrats are in the majority and draw enough anti-Trump RINOs in the upper chamber to send any potential bills to President Joe Biden.

“We have some minor factual loose ends to wrap up, but then really what we need to do is to make our sweeping legislative recommendations about what needs to be done to fortify America against coups and insurrections and political violence in the future,” said J6 kingpin Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), a veteran of the failed impeachments, according to The Hill.

“We want to strengthen and fortify the electoral system and the right to vote. We want to do what we can to secure the situation of election workers and keep them safe from violence. We want to solidify the states in their determination that private armed militias not operate in the name of the state. You know, we don’t have any kind of federal law or policy about private armed militias,” the Maryland Democrat added, conjuring phantoms while “saying the last point was a personal interest of his,” the outlet reported.

Raskin hasn’t spoken so openly to imposing draconian new laws against “militias” as he has been to more radical ideas such as the dismantling of the Electoral College.

The former constitutional law professor recently appeared on MSNBC where he told prissy host Chris Hayes, “The Electoral College is an accident waiting to happen and we have to deal with that at some point in American history,” asking “Why not now?”

According to reports, Raskin had previously differed with malicious neocon bad actor Liz Cheney on using the J6 committee as a battering ram to pulverize the Founding Father’s brilliant idea for the Electoral College that serve as a bulwark against populous states being able to exert their will against the rest of the country.

Cheney, the panel’s vice chair who has served as Pelosi’s hand-picked “bipartisan” attack dog has been laying low and licking her wounds after being walloped by her Trump-endorsed opponent in Wyoming’s congressional primary last month but according to The Hill, “floated that legislation could address Trump’s alleged pressure campaign at the Department of Justice” although it remains to be seen whether she has been de-fanged by her humiliating primary defeat.

Another J6 Democrat and impeachment loser, Rep. Zoe Lofgren of California – who was a House staffer during Watergate – “has her own Electoral Reform Act bill in the works — one she said would go beyond the measures outlined in the Senate legislation,” The Hill reported. “While she says work on it is being ‘buttoned up,’ it’s not clear when it will drop — though it’s scheduled to go to the House floor next week.

According to the outlet, “Lawmakers have been more secretive about what legislative measures they might consider beyond reforming the Electoral Count Act.”

J6 committee chairman Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi told The Hill, “You’ve got to wait on the recommendations and the findings.”

Raskin is adamant that half measures like the modification of the Electoral College Act are a non-starter as far as he’s concerned, suggesting that anything short of the whole enchilada doesn’t pass muster with him.

“Donald Trump didn’t set out to overthrow the Electoral Count Act, he set out to overthrow the election. And the election is far broader than just the Electoral Count Act,” the far-left academic turned lawmaker said.  “We need to develop a comprehensive approach to guaranteeing voting rights and solidifying the electoral apparatus against coups and insurrections, political violence and electoral sabotage in the future.”

“If all we did was to say that the vice president does not have the authority to nullify Electoral College votes, then we will not have lived up to this moment,” Raskin added.

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