How the “For the People Act” Would Irrevocably Change the Core Structure of Politics

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With the political turmoil and impeachment chaos that rang in 2021, some legislative proposals have gone unnoticed by the masses.

Both chambers of the Democratic led Congress introduced H.R.1 and S.1. This revisited legislation is more commonly known as the “For the People Act” of 2021.

Some believe this to be one of the most important pieces of legislation for decades. Unfortunately, few recognize any of its potential ills. This Act irrevocably changes the core structure of US politics from a Republic to a Democracy.

Legislators claim this will bring equity to voters and correct the concerns of the current system. Rather than ensuring all voices are represented, this bill removes protections minority groups within the country. This bill hands over legislative power almost exclusively to large liberal cities on the East and West Coasts.

Changing from a Republic to a Democracy

Three main categories are being restructured with this change from a Republic to a Democracy. First, voting practices will be unequivocally changed. Second, dismantling of the electoral college from it’s current form may occur. And third, it will change the power structure of political donors.