It was only a matter of time.
During a recent interview, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi admitted that she along with House Democrats are “setting up” to address pensions in the next coronavirus bill and increase funding for the election so they can move to “more vote by mail”.
According to Breitbart, during an interview with MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow, Pelosi stated, “We need to address pensions. Actually, in that case, we had the support of the president, but not Mitch McConnell. He wouldn’t do it. He said he’d do it in another bill. So, we’re setting up for the next bill.”
Pelosi then said, “The list goes on. There [are] so many needs that we have in there that are urgent to this health issue that are specific to the coronavirus. We’re not having a wish list for all time. We’re having a coronavirus necessity list, and associated with that, of course, is more money. We got $400 million for elections. We need much more so that we can have the elections — first of all, to take place and to take place in a way that is more open with more vote by mail and the facilities to do so and to help the Postal Service with resources to enable them to do so, just to name a few.”
Can you say voter fraud? Many Republicans including Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy have spoken out against voting by mail due to easy voter fraud and corruption.
Looks like that’s what Pelosi is aiming for. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below…
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