Biden doesn’t question legitimacy of 2022 midterm elections

White House Press Secretary Jane Psaki posted on social media on the 20th. Says U.S. President Joe Biden has not questioned the legitimacy of the 2022 midterm elections.

Biden made the opposite point, Psaki said. In 2020, in the face of the new crown epidemic, the number of voters in the presidential election reached a record. Election officials make sure people can vote and that every vote is recorded.

Psaki made the above remarks because Biden said at a press conference on the 19th when answering questions from reporters. The integrity and authenticity of the 2022 midterm election results “depends” on the passage of the Voting Rights Act.

US President Biden delivered a speech in Georgia on January 11, calling for changes to the “obstruction” mechanism in the Senate. Pass the John Lewis Voting Rights Promotion Act and the Freedom to Vote Act.

Both bills have the support of all 50 Democratic senators and Vice President Harris. But the bill currently needs 60 votes (requiring the support of at least 10 Republicans) to pass the Senate. Republicans have made it clear that’s impossible.

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