The Wealthy are the ones Restricting the Voting Rights of the People

The people are losing their rights to vote in free and fair elections and it will remain this way until someone stands up to the violent militia groups the wealthy have contracted to watch the voting booths, bombard state houses, and storm the capital.

The Wealthy are the ones Restricting the Voting Rights of the People

Do not blame Biden, Sinema or Manchin for the voting rights or infrastructure bills not being passed. Despite Sinema and Machines’ opposition to the bills, they have both sold out to the wealthy, who does not regard the vote or will of the people as legitimate.

The wealthy know that the public opposes their policies such as tax cuts for the rich, fossil fuel water and air pollutants, blocking more affordable or even free healthcare and education, big tech surveillance, down to the smallest matter such as raising the minimum wage.

With permission from the Supreme Court, the wealthy have the rights of purchasing politicians (what was once called bribery) to pass or block legislation as they see fit. Presidents do not matter and the people’s will does not either. It is all about the money and who has it as to the way the country will be governed.

According to reports: “…Senator Kyrsten Sinema, one of two Senate Democrats known to oppose changes to Senate rules, said Thursday on the Senate floor that she will not change her position. 

Her remarks come moments ahead of Mr. Biden's lunchtime meeting with Senate Democrats in which he encouraged lawmakers to overhaul Senate rules to allow the voting bills to pass with a simple majority, rather than 60 votes. Following that meeting, the president told reporters he hopes they can pass the legislation but he's "not certain" they can.”

Source CBS News

That is not her actually speaking her mind, she is speaking the minds of wealthy CEOs and old money regimes who actually control the country.


The people are losing their rights to vote in free and fair elections and it will remain this way until someone stands up to the violent militia groups the wealthy have contracted to watch the voting booths, bombard state houses, and storm the capital.