House Bill #1 has been approved by the House of Representatives with 222 Democrats co-sponsoring, including Rep. Tom O'Halloran (AZ LD1). The Democrats claim that this bill is to fortify Democracy, but what is in the bill that they aren't telling you? Well, let's dive in, shall we:
Welfare for Politicians: Small donations up to $200 will be matched by tax payers 6:1. Ex: If you donate $200 to Tom O'Halloran then the federal government will give his campaign $1,200 as a "matching" donation. That's right folks, your tax dollars will go to fund politicians all across the country at a 6:1 ratio.
16-year-olds will be registered to vote: This bill claims that young persons are discriminated against when it comes to voting and so they want 16 year olds to be registered to vote.
Contributing Agencies will automatically register people to vote: As defined by the bill, a contributing agency is a State or Federal agency that provides assistance, in any way. Once they collect voter information from the person, it will be sent to the voting agency, Secretary of State's office, automatically, unless the person declines to register. As stated in the bill, it is the individual responsibility to decline the automatic registration.
Not Prosecuting Individuals that provide false information, including citizenship requirements:
If a person "mistakenly" provides false information when "registering" and is caught as doing so, they only have to give a sworn statement explaining that they didn't "mean to" lie on the application. Ex: Illegal immigrants that receive assistance will be automatically registered to vote, if they provide proof of citizenship (last four digits of social security number). If they are caught providing false information, they won't be prosecuted. No consequences will be given to them. We know illegals are provided fake social security numbers for employment, so this is a real threat to our democracy.
Stripping away States' Voter Identification laws:
This bill will get rid of states' laws that require voter identification and replace it with only having to provide the last four digits of a social security number. Do you know that right now there are 6.6 million people over the age of 112 still listed as "active/alive" on the Social Security registar? That means that there are 6.6 million social security numbers still being used, that should be removed. Whose to say those numbers aren't being used by illegals?
There are so many more radical changes being proposed with HB1 that was co-sponsored and approved by House Democrats, including Tom O'Halloran. Something is rotten in D.C.