Which changes, specifically, are objectionable?
Here are two articles that explain the situation. Yes. Both are left leaning. I sincerely doubt that Tucker Carlson will ever do an expose on it. I don't include the articles to persuade anyone. I doubt that I can. I include them because they are well written and if one does read them then yone will see what I believe is going on and what I find objectionable.
With a combination of gerrymandering, voter-ID laws and dark money, Republicans have tipped the political scales in their favor. Will it be enough to keep Democrats from claiming victory in 2018?
Donald Trump’s next coup has already begun—and today’s GOP is much better positioned to subvert future elections.
Part of what led to the last election circus was that Trump felt people were out to get him. He wasn't delusional; people really were out to get him. There's a price - call it "damage" - for using every possible angle to extract political advantage and for repeatedly deceiving people. He and his supporters didn't do all of it.
Of course people were out to get him. It was an election. That's how they work. And TDS is a very real thing, just like the newer version - BDS - is. At the same time don't confuse a few people's TDS or BDS with legitimate concerns held by the majority of people about the mental stability of the person whose finger is on the trigger and who behaves in a mentally unstable manner. Some see it in Biden. Many saw and continue to see it in Trump.
People aren't going to trust election results unless election controls are strong and seen to be strong. Ponder on who is trying to loosen controls and who is trying to firm them up.
The point is that the election controls were strong. Where the problem really lies is that a large group of Americans have been convinced that there was widespread fraud when every court, every jurisdiction reported that there wasn't. And now there are political entities using that fear to put into place regulations that either prevent or make it very hard for certain portions of the population to vote. The Voting Rights Act of 1965
was put into place for a very good reason - and it was passed by a strong majority in both houses. Notwithstanding the 5-3 decision in Shelby County in 2013
which in essence emasculated the law, racial discrimination with respect to voting laws and procedures, especially in the Southern States, or in any state with a large black or brown population, still runs rampant. 12% of blacks voted for a Republican president. 88% voted for the other guy. 2/3rds of Latino voters went for Biden. The math is simple - reduce the black/brown vote or fragment it through Gerrymandering and the likelihood of an Electoral College nudge in the Republican's favour increases.
The fact that black or brown voters vote left is simple - they generally come from a class that has less economic advantages. Why wouldn't they vote for Democrats? Republicans trade on white lower and middle class fears that they will be subsumed in a socialist black and brown state.
I suppose there will be another circus, though, because Democrats are increasingly desperate and nothing they do - spinning Biden's haphazard remarks after his public appearances, the Jan 6 commission circus, endless bloviating about democracy in peril - is gaining traction. Most Americans aren't having any of it and aren't satisfied by what the administration and the Congressional majority leadership are doing about the issues of the day (the issues that matter to most people, not the issues that matter to well-off progressives).
Are you going to put any blame on the Republican Senate for shooting down all legislation that comes their way? Infrastructure? Voting Rights?
Here's a list of the bills
that have been entered this session and where they stand. Take particular note of the fact that around 235 bills have passed the House and are bogged down in the Senate. This is why nothing gets done in the US.
If Biden really is physically and mentally deteriorating (he is old, the presidency is stressful), he probably hasn't bottomed out yet. Ponder on that, too.
I really don't understand why Republicans and their fans want to find Biden mentally incompetent. You do know what the outcome of his resigning or the invocation of the 25th Amendment would result in, don't you? Here's a hint.