Democrats Launch Plot To Axe Electoral College In Threat To Democracy

( Far-left extremists aren’t just planning to pack the Supreme Court, but House Democrats have reportedly introduced a resolution to abolish the Electoral College – a move that could forever ensure that the Democrats control the White House thanks to the rapidly rising number of immigrant voters.

The Electoral College is the system of ensuring that no presidential candidate can win a race by simply focusing on the most populated states, but instead has to travel the country and appeal to as wide a base as possible. Had the Electoral College not existed, President Donald Trump never would have been elected in 2016 – and we’d be on our second term of Hillary Clinton.

Article II, Section 1 of the United States Constitution lays out how the Electoral College grants every state “in such manner as the legislature thereof may direct” electors in the number equal to its representation in Congress.

It’s perhaps the smartest system invented for a large nation governed by a representative democracy, but simply elected Donald Trump as president was enough to make the Democrats want to get rid of it forever.

Daily Wire host Andrew Klavan slammed the Democrats for the plan just after House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler announced that they intend to add four new justices to the Supreme Court – in what he called “unpacking the court.”

“The Democrats want to end the electoral college when they lose elections, pack the court when they lose the majority and silence speech when they lose the argument,” he said.

“They are locusts on the amber waves of grain.”

Democrats propose that the winner of a presidential election should be determined by the national popular vote, with the proposed National Popular Vote Compact – an initiative spearheaded by Jonathan Soros, the son of George Soros – promising the Electoral College votes to the candidate which achieves the most votes nationally.

The chances of the proposal passing, however, are slim. Democrats might be able to pass proposed legislation in the House, but in the Senate it can’t be passed unless they remove the filibuster – and the Democrats don’t have the support of their own two Senators Krysten Sinema and Joe Manchin.

Without the necessary Senate votes (60) we don’t have to worry too much right now. But with the Democrats, you never know what trick they could pull.