Michelle Obama Fires Off Urgent Message About This Year’s Midterm Elections, Vows to Deploy Thousands of Lawyers to ‘Protect American Voters’
Michelle Obama fired off an urgent message about this year’s midterm elections as Joe Biden’s poll numbers continue to drop into the abyss.
“We’ve got to vote like the future of our democracy depends on it,” Obama wrote in a letter titled “Fight For Our Vote” in an ad in the New York Times.
“We stand united in our conviction to organize and turn out voters in the 2022 midterm elections, and make our democracy work for all of us,” Michelle Obama wrote.
Michelle Obama said the “When We All Vote” coalition will deploy an army of THOUSANDS of lawyers to ‘protect American voters’ and help push through the ‘voting rights’ legislation currently stalled in Congress.
Last Monday Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said the senate will vote later this month on whether to change filibuster rules to make it easier to pass a ‘voting rights’ bill.
The voting rights legislation will mandate ballot harvesting, ban voter ID and give taxpayer money to campaigns.
The new bill will make it easier for Democrats to steal elections which is why Schumer wants to nuke the filibuster to ram it through Congress before the midterms.
Michelle Obama is doing everything in her power to push through this bill after Democrat Senators Manchin and Sinema said they won’t nuke the filibuster.
“Generations of Americans have persevered through poll taxes, literacy tests, and laws designed to strip away their power — and they’ve done it by organizing, by protesting, and most importantly, by overcoming the barriers in front of them in order to vote. And now, we’ve got to do the same,” Obama wrote.
“We must give Congress no choice but to act decisively to protect the right to vote and make the ballot box more accessible for everyone,” she added.
In 2020, millions made their voices heard at the polls. But now, folks who oppose that progress are making it harder to vote. That’s why I’m asking you to join @WhenWeAllVote and 30 other organizations to turn out more voters and urge Congress to pass voting rights legislation. pic.twitter.com/hwgyyuTGy9
— Michelle Obama (@MichelleObama) January 9, 2022