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During his appearance on Fox News on Tuesday, Senator John Kennedy slammed the “For the People Act” as “extraordinarily cynical” because it “will make it much easier to cheat.”

The bill, which Democrats proposed to expand voter rights, “would be more aptly described as ‘Screw the People Act,’” said Kennedy.

“[T]his is an extraordinarily cynical bill, in my opinion, even by Washington standards. It’s very ruthless, even by Washington standards,” he said. “Speaker Pelosi and Senator Schumer call it, I think, the ‘For the People Act’ but I think it would be more aptly described as ‘Screw the People Act.'”

“It will make it much easier to cheat in an election. And their bill does that in two ways,” Kennedy continued. “Number one, it almost guarantees that we’ll never have another Election Day. We’ll have election months. And I think that was the genesis of a lot of concern by many people in the last election. Number two, it achieves its purpose by taking elections, which are governed by the people through their state legislatures right now, and gives that authority to the federal government. Now, why anybody would take something that’s working and give it to the federal government is beyond me. The federal bureaucracy can’t even stop scam calls or spam calls. But nonetheless, if you turn our voting procedure over to the federal government, I guarantee you the first thing they are going to do is get rid of voter I.D., and I think most Americans believe that you should have to prove who you say you are when you go to vote.”

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Goodbye Women’s Sports: First Trans Athlete Competes in Olympics

Say goodbye to women’s sports as we know it. Men pretending to be women are officially competing in the Olympics. What a joke!

The International Olympic Committee announced that biological male Laurel Hubbard will be the first trans athlete to compete in the Olympics.

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Major Sigh of Relief at White House: Champ Biden Passes

The ‘Bitin’ family lost the only respectable member of their clan over the weekend as Champ Biden passed away. Although President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden released a heartfelt statement about the loss of their German shepherd, I think the secret service is breathing a sigh of relief that they will not have to deal with Champ biting anyone, for a third time.

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CO Man Pleads Guilty to Stabbing Man in Neck ‘Because He Was Black’

Everyday, the news headlines show us that there are crazy people in every shape, color, and form. Many times, we see those headlines coming out of Florida, but this time, a Colorado man takes the cake.

Nolan Levi Strauss pleaded guilty to a federal hate crime after he stabbed a black man in the neck while he sat in an Arby’s restaurant.

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Trans Olympic Athlete Announces ‘Goal is to Win So I Can Burn a U.S. Flag on the Podium’

Transgender BMX athlete and Olympic alternate Chelsea Wolfe announced that his goal was to win the Olympics so that he could burn an American flag on the podium.

What a classy guy.

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Report: Nellis Air Force Base Hosts ‘Essential’ Drag Queen Show

Nellie Air Force Base in Nevada recently hosted its first drag queen show at an on-base dining and entertainment club. They described the show as being ‘essential for morale.’

Since when is watching full grown men dress up like woman an “essential” commodity??

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TX Gov. Vetoes Funding After Dem Lawmakers Walkout on Voting Bill

On Friday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott vetoed funding for members of state legislature after state Democrats blocked a Republican-supported bill on election procedures.

“Texans don’t run from a legislative fight, and they don’t walk away from unfinished business,” Abbott said after the veto. “Funding should not be provided for those who quit their job early, leaving their state with unfinished business and exposing taxpayers to higher costs for an additional legislative session.”

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