The Democrat-controlled U.S. House of Representatives made headlines days ago after passing H.R.1.
In a nutshell, H.R.1 is an election reform bill that would drastically change how the nation holds elections. The legislation would give the federal government significantly much more power in state elections; furthermore, H.R.1, if successful, will make it harder for states to remove ineligible voters from their voter rolls while furthermore giving voting rights back to felons.
At this time, H.R.1 is presently in the hands of the U.S. Senate. However, this has not barred twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton from throwing in her opinion about this left-wing, hyper-partisan legislation.
Clinton’s take on H.R.1
On Wednesday, Clinton made sure to let the nation know that she is a supporter of the controversial election bill. This doesn’t come as a shock, though; most Democrats and their voters favor H.R.1, whereas most Republicans and their voters oppose the legislation.
Taking to Twitter, Clinton professed H.R.1 as a “once-in-a-generation” chance for Democrats to alter elections in America.