Jen Psaki Statement About Upcoming Elections Scares Every American

President Joe Biden would prefer not to change the filibuster, but “he’s happy to hear ideas, and he is certainly not going to allow for obstruction of important things like making it easier to vote,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Joy Reid’s MSNBC show this week.

Of course, Biden wants to make voting “easy” for everyone because he believes that only a chaotic, messy free-for-all voting system will allow his party to win.

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And don’t worry, there’s more to come. It will become even “easier.” This will be the Biden administration’s primary focus, and it will be relentless and devious, just as it was in the previous election.

This way of thinking and determination should terrify every American, particularly in light of the 2020 disaster.

Psaki said, “There are a lot of interesting ideas out there.” “I’m sure he enjoys listening to people and discussing their suggestions for change. Returning to the talking filibuster, which is an idea that has been floated, he spoke earlier this week about whether it should be harder, not easier, to block laws. It shouldn’t be that simple.”

She went on to say that he prefers not to make changes because he wants Democrats and Republicans to work together. “He’s looking for a way forward. He believes that voting rights should be supported, and he intends to continue working on this issue. But he’s always open to new ideas, and he won’t stand in the way of important things like making it easier to vote.”

Psaki went on to say that the White House does not see bipartisanship as a trade-off for getting important things done, and that Biden is “not going to allow political games in Washington to take his agenda hostage, or hinder work on behalf of the American people.”

Of course, reconciliation was used for the American Rescue Plan, which provides aid and assistance to people across the country, but he also believes that “there should be an opportunity and the door should be open to bipartisanship, and we’ve got to keep working at it, even if we haven’t yet.”

Democrats have long accused Republicans of attempting to make it more difficult for people to vote, despite the fact that they have very little evidence to back up their claims.



Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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