Harris backs Biden’s claim that 2022 elections could be fraudulent because Democrats bill failed

Vice President Kamala Harris joined her administration-mate’s assertion that the upcoming election will be fraud because the Democrat’s voting laws changes didn’t pass through Congress earlier in the week. 

According to a piece by the Editorial Board at The New York Post, the pair have joined the “war on democracy” with their new plan to make changes to the United State election systems. 

“I’m not going to say it’s going to be legit,” the President Joe Biden said Wednesday of the coming elections. “The increase in the prospect of being illegitimate is in direct proportion to us not being able to get these reforms passed.” Hours later, “these reforms” did not pass through Congress. 

It was just hours later when NBC’s Savannah Guthrie told Harris that she was astonished to hear the president say that he doubted “free and fair elections” as he did in his Wednesday comments. 

In reply, the Vice President insisted: “We as America cannot afford to allow this blatant erosion of our democracy and, in particular, the right of all Americans who are eligible to vote, to have access to the ballot unfettered.”

This comes after Republicans have rolled back some of their 2020 election rules, trying to make reformations without making it any harder to vote, and allowing for mail-in ballots. 

“Biden & Co insist this is Jim Crow 2.0, with the prez Wednesday complaining of ‘how hard they make it for minorities to vote,’ followed by Harris’ ‘blatant erosion of our democracy.'”

According to the NYP editorial board, “By this standard, Biden never won a legitimate election in all his decades in the Senate, because Delaware made (and still makes) it far tougher to vote than what the prez now says is the only standard for ‘legitimate.'”

Questions about the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election have followed Biden since he took office one year ago, and it appears that he’s attempting to placate those questions without actually fixing the actual issue of fraud, and the American people seem to have let their representatives know about it.