Holder: Pandemic ‘Opportunity’ to Change America’s Voting

Holder: Pandemic ‘Opportunity’ to Change America’s Voting

April 16, 2020

In an interview with TIME magazine, former President Barack Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder admitted he saw coronavirus as “an opportunity” to permanently change the way Americans voted.

Paraphrasing the Democrat maxim, explicitly stated by Obama’s former chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, that one should never let a good crisis go to waste, Holder said, “Coronavirus gives us an opportunity to revamp our electoral system so that it permanently becomes more inclusive and becomes easier for the American people to access.”

He called for a “sea change” in voting systems, allowing Americans to vote from home, using prepaid mail-in ballots and unlimited absentee voting. “It would be foolhardy to take these pro-democracy measures off the table after we get on the other side of the virus,” he said. “These are changes that we should make permanent because it will enhance our democracy.”

Holder and his fellow Dems don’t care about enhancing democracy. They care about enhancing their power through increased opportunities for voter fraud.

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