Nancy Pelosi Sued by House Republicans

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Vote-by-mail is the latest cockamamie scheme that Democrats are trying to force through government.

Make no mistake, this is not about shielding Americans from COVID-19, but rather about rigging the 2020 election against President Trump; after all, the left is very much aware that they don’t have a snowball’s chance of justly beating the president in a free and fair election.

 

Now, Democrats are trying to set a new precedent of vote-by-mail by requiring this to happen in Congress. Thankfully, the GOP isn’t having it, seeing as House Republicans have gathered together and sued Speaker Nancy Pelosi over her decision to have congressmembers vote by proxy, confirms sources.

Reviewing the Lawsuit Against the House Speaker

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy issued a statement yesterday, detailing the GOP’s suit against the Speaker. This statement informed Americans that House Republicans will not sit idly by as Pelosi upends the United States Constitution and moves to silence the voices of Americans.

After noting his disappointment that the vote-by-proxy issue couldn’t be properly addressed in a bipartisan fashion, McCarthy noted that himself, 20 other House Republicans, and four constituents are suing to block Pelosi’s “unconstitutional power grab.”

Were the House Speaker’s vote by proxy scheme to succeed, merely 20 members of the House could control more than 220 votes. This paves the way for clear corruption and furthermore sets the tone for Democrats to force Americans to vote via mail, rather than at the ballot box.

In the latter parts of Leader McCarthy’s statement, he informed that Pelosi’s moves to force through proxy voting occurred even with opposition from both Republicans and Democrats alike.

What do you think about House Republicans’ federal lawsuit against Speaker Nancy Pelosi? Do you believe the House Speaker will ultimately succeed in forcing through proxy voting? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!