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by Published posted January 11, 2022

Joe Biden has finally thrown his support behind Democratic efforts to change Senate rules in order to ram through their "election reform" bill without the support of Republicans ahead of the midterm elections.

"I'm making it clear today. To protect our democracy, I support changing the Senate rules in whatever way is necessary to prevent a minority of senators from blocking voting rights action!" On Tuesday, Biden told a small crowd in Atlanta.

"We have no choice but to change the Senate rules, including eliminating the filibuster." "I'm sick of keeping quiet!"

"This is important to all of us. "The former president and his allies' goal is simple: disenfranchise anyone who votes against him," the puppet president claimed.

Biden then suggested that Senate Republicans are "domestic enemies" of the Democrats because they do not support the John Lewis Voting Rights Act of 2021.

"Will we prefer democracy to autocracy, light to darkness, justice to injustice?" I'm aware of my position. I will not back down. "I'm not going to flinch," he declared. "I will defend your right to vote and our democracy against all foreign and domestic enemies!" So, where will the institution of the United States Senate stand?"

Senate rules require 60 votes to pass most legislation, which Senate Democrats can't meet on their own due to their slim 50-50 majority with VP Kamala Harris serving as the tiebreaker.

That is why, in the weeks leading up to the midterm elections, Democratic leadership has been calling for changes to Senate rules. Polls show that Republicans will sweep both chambers of Congress.

And, with Biden's approval rating at an all-time low and the midterm elections less than a year away, Democrats are determined to shut out half of the Senate in order to pass their radical bills and avoid losing power.

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