BREAKING: Republicans Block Senate Democrats’ Effort to Overhaul Federal Election Laws
From Hannity.com Posted by Hannity Staff – 10.20.21
Republicans in the Senate successfully blocked the Democrats’ latest efforts to overhaul the federal election codes.
“Senate Republicans blocked Democrats from advancing a revised bill to overhaul federal elections, marking the latest blow to hopes of getting voting legislation to President Biden,” reports The Hill on Twitter.
“Today, Senate Democrats would like to start debate on the Freedom to Vote Act. Senate Democrats have worked hard to ensure this bill includes traditionally bipartisan provisions. But Senate Republicans are likely to block even debate on the bill, as they have before on previous voting rights bills. It’s unconscionable,” Biden said in a statement issued just before the vote.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.
BIDEN on ???: ‘We’re Posed… It Can Be Done… To Light Up the Path, I’m Taking Too Much Time’
posted by Hannity Staff – 7.09.20
Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled campaign from his Delaware basement this week; bizarrely admitting he’s “taking too much time” to get to the point.
“I believe this with every fiber of my being… We’re posed, what I’ve proposed, it can be done, I think we’re in a position to really make it happen!” said Biden.
“Critical laws… On politics, look, yes, I’m taking too much time,” he added.
Watch Biden’s bizarre video above.
BIDEN on ???: ‘What Kind of Country Are We Going to Be with 4 More Years of George??’
posted by Hannity Staff – 10.26.20
Former Vice President Joe Biden continued his gaffe-filled basement campaign over the weekend; apparently warning the country of the dangers posed by “four more years” of “George.”
“What kind of country are we going to be?” asked Biden alongside his wife Dr. Jill Biden. “Four more years of George, uh, he uh, we’re going to find ourselves in a position where that if Trump is gets elected we’re going to be in a different world!”
Watch Biden’s bizarre comments above.