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Dems Hijack Bipartisan NASA Bill, Attempt to Slip in Election Power-Grab

'Speaker Pelosi is again undermining good government to ram through her partisan agenda in the dark of night... '

(Gregg Pupecki, Headline USARadical Democrats brazenly tried stripping language from bipartisan NASA policy and replacing it with legislation in an attempt to seize control of elections, according to a press release from House Science, Space, and Technology Committee Ranking Member Frank Lucas and Space & Aeronautics Subcommittee Ranking Member Brian Babin and Rep. Young Kim.

“The NASA Enhanced Use Leasing Extension Act was a noncontroversial bill to support the public and private sectors of our space industry,” Kim said.

However, in a bold move to federalize elections the democrats inserted 735 pages of verbiage similar to the failed H.R. 1 For the People Act, which among other things federalizes our election system and gives unchecked power to the federal government.

“Good policy doesn’t require secrecy and schemes,” Lucas said. “This is no way to govern.”

The shady move now has NASA on the hook, with Lucas contending that the power-hungry Democrats “have killed our only vehicle to extend NASA’s authority to lease out underutilized property and save taxpayer money.”

The move is a blow to bipartisanship and Republicans said they won’t forget.

“I am outraged because the Democrats have made a mockery of bipartisan collaboration for cheap political gain,” said Babin.

The American Center for Law and Justice called out the scam tactic by saying, “Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi have hatched a whole new scheme to federalize elections.”

The secret scheme to replace verbiage in a bipartisan bill in order to insert controversial election law by using a NASA bill, critics contend, shows how deceptive the leftist opposition can be.

“Speaker Pelosi is again undermining good government to ram through her partisan agenda in the dark of night,” Kim said.

The Republicans have aborted this take off for now, but who knows where election law changes might land next.

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