Are you frustrated that Senate Democrats weren’t able to break the long-standing filibuster rule this week so that they could pass HR1  (the universal vote-cheating bill)?

Do you long for the days of COVID lockdowns when Democrat Secretaries of State like Michigan’s Jocelyn Benson could circumvent the MI legislature and send 7.5 million ballot applications to dead voters, non-citizens, voters who haven’t lived at an address for over ten years, and vacant lots? Do you miss the days when the COVID pandemic made it easy for Secretaries of State like Jocelyn Benson to break the law and tell clerks to ignore signature verification on ballots?

MI Democrat Sec. of State Jocelyn Benson rallies Democrats to get out the vote in 2022.

Why would Republicans object to billionaire Democrats determining the outcome of our elections? No one even noticed when Mark and Priscilla Zuckerberg were spending $400 million to place ballot boxes on literally every corner in Democrat stronghold cities and counties in hotly contested states—making ballot harvesting a breeze. Why should Republicans stand in the way of so much progress made by Democrats in cities like Philadelphia, Detroit, Atlanta, and Milwaukee in 2020?

And finally, how dare Republicans disenfranchise black and brown Americans who can’t get an ID because of the color of their skin?

Sure, it makes sense that in states like New York, that everyone should have a valid vaccine ID card to eat in a restaurant, but a valid ID to vote seems a bit…racist.

Well, for everyone who’s still angry and “pissed off” about the Democrat’s failed attempt to completely dismantle our elections and strip states of their right to implement voting rules for their citizens, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki has some important advice for you.

Today, while on The View, Psaki told “pissed off” viewers the cure to dealing with their anger at obstructionist Republicans is to “have a margarita!”

***Warning***if you’re under the age of 21 or have a drinking problem, you may not want to heed her advice. 



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