Democrats know they are on track to lose the 2024 presidential election.
But rather than admit defeat, the party is planning on hijacking the race.
And their latest plot to win in 2024 involves one shocking bill that will legally rig the next election.
Democrats have a plan to win the 2024 presidential election, and it’s a perfectly legal way to game the system.
Rather than pivot away from their radical left-wing ideology that has triggered one of the worst economic crises in American history, the party instead plans on rigging the election through a new bill working its way past Congress that would simply alter the Electoral College landscape and give them an edge in the next election.
And that bill has to do with the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, an American territory that Democrats think would rapidly become a solid blue state if admitted as the 51st state in the Union.
MSN reports, “The U.S. House passed a bill Thursday that would allow Puerto Rico to hold the first-ever binding referendum on whether to become a state or gain some sort of independence, in a last-ditch effort that stands little chance of passing the Senate. The bill, which passed 233-191 with some Republican support, would offer voters in the U.S. territory three options: statehood, independence or independence with free association.”
Without any option to continue the status quo that has existed on the island for over 100 years, Democrats would be forcing Puerto Rico to choose effectively between independence and statehood.
And opinion polls show that when presented with only these two options, most Puerto Ricans would vote for statehood.
This is precisely why Democrats want to take away the current status quo from the island in the event of a binding referendum being held, because they know that if allowed to continue the status Puerto Rico has enjoyed since the late 1800s, the island could very well choose to do so.
And by remaining a territory, Puerto Rico would not be given any electoral votes in the 2024 presidential election, just like it has not in any previous race.
In order to rectify this problem, Democrats hope to force the issue by November 2023, holding a referendum that would likely result in a vote for statehood just in time to re-allocate Senate and House seats before the 2024 election.
If Puerto Rico becomes a U.S. state, it would likely be given a total of six Electoral College votes, thus making the majority in the Electoral College 273 votes instead of the current 270.
This would likely force Republicans to flip at least three states won by Joe Biden in 2020, as opposed to only two.
Democrats know this as well, and figure that if they can gain an edge in the Electoral College, they likely will gain an edge in the Senate as well, as it is expected that Puerto Rico’s two new senators would align with Democrats as well, giving them enough votes to break a Republican filibuster and begin passing radical left-wing legislation.
The only question remaining is whether or not Democrats can get the bill to Joe Biden’s desk in before early January.