Democrat Senators Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts) and Bernie Sanders (Vermont) have proposed a new Constitutional amendment “to guarantee fair elections.”
The draft of the amendment says: “If there is a consensus among prominent news media personalities, academics, and Hollywood celebrities that the American electorate made an error in their choice for president, the election shall be ruled void, the elected candidate shall be removed from office, and the losing candidate shall be installed in his or her or xer place.”
“They’re calling it ‘the Do-Over Amendment,'” Sanders said, “but that’s wrong because the election won’t be done over: the losing candidate will simply be declared the winner and take office as such. It’s not like the country will turn over and capsize. We just want to ensure that the right people get elected.”
“Wahoo!” added Sen. Warren. “I think I’m gonna get me another beer.”
The official title of the measure is “the Fair and Honest Elections Amendment.” So far, every Democrat in America has endorsed it, along with the editorial staffs of The New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Daily Worker. Actor Alec Baldwin has promised “117 percent support from the creative community.” The National Education Assn. is also on board, and first-term Representative and former bartender Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has commented, “Like, wow!”
Funding has been promised by George Soros’ Foundation for Pure Evil.