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Court Orders DOJ To Cough Up Biden’s Election-Takeover Documents Before Midterms​


JOE BIDEN speaks to supporters in Nevada


A federal district court ruled last week that the Biden Department of Justice must hand over documents related to Biden’s executive order federalizing elections before the 2022 midterms and not after.

As a lawsuit filed by the Foundation for Government Accountability details, the DOJ sought to release the documents in 2023, because any time before that would “put an undue strain on agency resources.” The court sternly disagreed with the DOJ’s timeline and ordered it to provide all the documents requested by the Foundation for Government Accountability before the midterm elections, a major blow to the Biden administration.

As The Federalist has reported, Biden’s executive order directs all 600 federal agencies to focus on increasing voter registration and turnout. Multiple agencies subsequently decided to turn federal facilities — especially those that deal with federal benefits — into voter registration agencies. The agencies are also allowed to work with left-wing get-out-the-vote groups.

The implications of such a brazen effort to use the federal bureaucracy to increase Democratic voter registration is huge, which is why top congressional Republicans and nonprofit groups have demanded more information in the form of requests under the Freedom of Information Act. But the Biden DOJ has failed to comply with these requests in a timely manner, prompting the Foundation for Government Accountability, as well as the American Accountability Foundation and the Center for Renewing America, to file lawsuits against the DOJ.

While the other groups’ lawsuits have yet to be decided, they see the Foundation for Government Accountability’s victory as a step in the right direction.

“This victory against Biden’s DOJ is a big win for election accountability at a time when the federal government is doing everything they can to hide the ball,” Russ Vought, president of the Center for Renewing America, and Tom Jones, president of the American Accountability Foundation, told The Federalist. “We hope the nearly 200 FOIAs and lawsuits we have also filed against the Administration results in immediate access to Biden’s secret election plans. The American people shouldn’t have to sue their federal government to find out how the White House is ‘running’ elections in November.”

The American Accountability Foundation and the Center for Renewing America have jointly filed six lawsuits against several federal agencies — including the Department of Labor, Department of Defense, and the Department of Education — to compel responses to FOIA requests regarding Biden’s executive order.

 

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Court Orders DOJ To Cough Up Biden’s Election-Takeover Documents Before Midterms​


JOE BIDEN speaks to supporters in Nevada


A federal district court ruled last week that the Biden Department of Justice must hand over documents related to Biden’s executive order federalizing elections before the 2022 midterms and not after.

As a lawsuit filed by the Foundation for Government Accountability details, the DOJ sought to release the documents in 2023, because any time before that would “put an undue strain on agency resources.” The court sternly disagreed with the DOJ’s timeline and ordered it to provide all the documents requested by the Foundation for Government Accountability before the midterm elections, a major blow to the Biden administration.

As The Federalist has reported, Biden’s executive order directs all 600 federal agencies to focus on increasing voter registration and turnout. Multiple agencies subsequently decided to turn federal facilities — especially those that deal with federal benefits — into voter registration agencies. The agencies are also allowed to work with left-wing get-out-the-vote groups.

The implications of such a brazen effort to use the federal bureaucracy to increase Democratic voter registration is huge, which is why top congressional Republicans and nonprofit groups have demanded more information in the form of requests under the Freedom of Information Act. But the Biden DOJ has failed to comply with these requests in a timely manner, prompting the Foundation for Government Accountability, as well as the American Accountability Foundation and the Center for Renewing America, to file lawsuits against the DOJ.

While the other groups’ lawsuits have yet to be decided, they see the Foundation for Government Accountability’s victory as a step in the right direction.

“This victory against Biden’s DOJ is a big win for election accountability at a time when the federal government is doing everything they can to hide the ball,” Russ Vought, president of the Center for Renewing America, and Tom Jones, president of the American Accountability Foundation, told The Federalist. “We hope the nearly 200 FOIAs and lawsuits we have also filed against the Administration results in immediate access to Biden’s secret election plans. The American people shouldn’t have to sue their federal government to find out how the White House is ‘running’ elections in November.”

The American Accountability Foundation and the Center for Renewing America have jointly filed six lawsuits against several federal agencies — including the Department of Labor, Department of Defense, and the Department of Education — to compel responses to FOIA requests regarding Biden’s executive order.

Just doing what they did last election....Only now they can use you tax dollars to do it rather than the unreliable, yet amazingly effective, Soros funded groups. :cool:
 

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We first heard about Citizens for Sanity when Politico was complaining about this conservative group doing what progressive groups have been doing for years. Apparently, it’s not fair to form a group right before elections to help one side win … if you’re a conservative.

They get especially crabby when the group is hilariously effective.

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Those costly errors will distort congressional representation and the Electoral College. It means that when the Census Bureau reapportioned the House of Representatives, Florida was cheated out of two additional seats it should have gotten; Texas missed out on another seat; Minnesota and Rhode Island each kept a representative they shouldn’t have; and Colorado was awarded a new member of the House it didn’t deserve.

 

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Those costly errors will distort congressional representation and the Electoral College. It means that when the Census Bureau reapportioned the House of Representatives, Florida was cheated out of two additional seats it should have gotten; Texas missed out on another seat; Minnesota and Rhode Island each kept a representative they shouldn’t have; and Colorado was awarded a new member of the House it didn’t deserve.

C'mon doser, you know that was just another coincidence...(again).
 

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Delaware judge rules vote-by-mail law unconstitutional, cannot be used in November

In person voting is an extremely old tradition in America, going all the way back to our founding (and I mean, Mayflower Compact, not just our Union). I agree with this judge's ruling and hope we take up the matter nationally. Such an old tradition, even if not explicitly Constitutional, ought to be treated with the same gravity as changing the written Constitution. Covid provided the excuse in 2020 to greatly expand mail-in voting, and it ought to be curtailed and debated before just presuming that it's now here to stay.
 

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Delaware judge rules vote-by-mail law unconstitutional, cannot be used in November
DOVER, Del. – A Delaware judge has halted the implementation of a ruling he issued last week declaring that the state’s new vote-by-mail law is unconstitutional and that voters cannot mail in their ballots in the upcoming November election.

On Monday, Vice Chancellor Nathan Cook granted a motion by the Department of Elections and Election Commissioner Anthony Albence to stay his ruling pending an expedited appeal to the state Supreme Court. We’re told the Supreme Court is scheduled to hear arguments in the case on October 5th.

 

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Good. The Supreme Court will be able to get mail-in-voting banned nationwide instead of just Delaware.
Perhaps so, but perhaps not. We'll just have to wait and see what the judges decide. But I think that the "Supreme Court" referred to here is the state Supreme Court of Deleware, not SCOTUS.
 
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