On Tuesday, Jan. 11, Joe Biden said he would support a more drastic change in Senate rules if needed. “Prevent Minority Senators from Blocking” A major reform in the suffrage of minorities.
“I have been talking quietly with members of Congress for two months. I’m tired of being quiet. ” The U.S. president was taken away from Georgia after facing a siege of Republican opposition to two important bills. “Cradle” The struggle for civil rights.
Joe Biden declared: “Today, in order to protect democracy, I support any change in the rules of the Senate, which, whatever it may be, must prevent minority senators from gaining access to the right to vote.”
Speaking of a “Turn” To the United States, he promised “Every member of the Senate is determined by history”, No matter what party you belong to. “History has never shown mercy to those who side with it in restricting access to the vote. Not for those who sided with the election. ”, Joe Biden warned when speaking in Atlanta to students at universities historically associated with the African-American community.
Democrats want to pass two laws
Vice President Kamala Harris had earlier warned “Satisfaction” Where “Possession” Many conservative states in South America faced decided or planned electoral reforms.
Civil rights groups have accused the reforms of complicating access to ballot boxes for minorities, which is seen as more favorable to Democrats, while strengthening the grip of local authorities on voting activities.
To counter them, Democrats want to adopt two laws that harmonize the conditions for exercising the right to vote in the United States. But they are coming up against the Senate regime that needs one hundred and sixty votes, where the president has only a fifty majority, which can sometimes lift the scales in its favor due to Vice President Kamala’s decisive vote.
Democrats need to deal with this by electing Republicans – the Conservative Party, who have largely defeated Donald Trump and his unsubstantiated arguments about massive fraud during the 2020 presidential election – and reject reform. Called the “Philipster” rule.