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Just in case you thought Barack Obama had graciously ridden off into the sunset, think again. The Community Organizer in Chief has been active since leaving office keeping his minions motivated to continue his mission to “fundamentally transform the United States of America”*.

This has taken on various forms since the 2016 election, and the most recent has been a campaign called “All On The Line”, which is focused on redrawing voting district maps in states across America to give advantage to Democrat candidates for office. Of course, AOTL claims they are working to make elections fair, which as usual in the progressive universe is the opposite of what is actually happening.

This effort, combined with the Democrat House passage of H.R. 4, the so-called Voting Rights Advancement Act of 2019, shows the true intent of the leftist Democrats; preventing truly fair and honest elections so that Democrats can win.

Because Democrats can’t win on honesty.

* You don’t transform something you love. You restore it.

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