On Monday, the editors of National Review issued a scathing editorial in which they elucidated the goals of the Democratic Party as delineated in the so-called “For the People Act,” also known as H.R. 1. The act was passed in the House last Wednesday night. Not a single Republican voted for it, and one Democrat, Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, voted against it. Prior to the the bill’s passage in the House, former Vice President Mike Pence had published an op-ed for the Heritage Foundation in which he noted: The bill would force states to adopt universal mail-in ballots, early voting, same-day voter registration, online voter registration, and automatic voter registration for any individual listed in state and federal government databases, such as the Department of Motor Vehicles and welfare offices, ensuring duplicate registrations and that millions of illegal immigrants are quickly registered to vote.