House GOP leaders win massive victory and expose top Democrats’ election scheme

The radical Left continues to point fingers at conservatives for voting anomalies. But new evidence proves the exact opposite.

And House GOP leaders have won a massive victory and exposed top Democrats’ election scheme.

In a bold move, 15 Biden Cabinet officials have been issued subpoenas by the House GOP, demanding documents related to a suspected voter mobilization “scheme” linked to an executive order from the Biden White House in 2021.

The subpoenas, spearheaded by Rep. Bryan Steil (R-WI), Chairman of the Committee on House Administration, highlight growing concerns about the administration’s potential overreach and partisan manipulation of federal resources.

The executive order in question, titled “Promoting Access to Voting,” was issued with the intent to bolster voter participation and ensure equal access to voting across various jurisdictions.

According to the order, “Executive departments and agencies should partner with State, local, Tribal, and territorial election officials to protect and promote the exercise of the right to vote, eliminate discrimination and other barriers to voting, and expand access to voter registration and accurate election information.”

Despite these ostensibly noble goals, Senate Republicans have raised alarms about the order, labeling it as a federal “voter mobilization” effort with “potentially partisan impacts.”

The order’s implementation has drawn scrutiny, particularly regarding its alignment with the provisions of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993.

In his subpoena letter, Steil articulated these concerns, emphasizing the potential misuse of federal resources for partisan gains. “The Committee has concerns about the implementation of E.O. 14019, particularly regarding its compatibility with provisions of the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) of 1993,” Steil wrote.

He further criticized the use of federal funds and resources by agencies like the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to promote voter registration, stating, “Congress delegates to federal agencies specific functions and missions, which by law they are required to follow. Congress’s delegation of authority to HUD does not include using funds and resources to provide Americans with voter registration materials.”

The executive order mandates that every federal agency submit a strategic plan outlining how it can promote voter registration and participation.

Steil pointed out specific actions taken by federal agencies that he believes were likely part of these strategic plans.

For instance, the Department of Education’s new federal work-study requirements and the Small Business Administration’s voter registration agreement with Michigan have both been cited as examples of potentially partisan activities.

“Both of those actions and the actions of other agencies raise substantial questions and concerns, some of which may be answered by access to the strategic plans drafted by the agencies,” Steil added.

The House committee is now considering legislation to repeal the executive order, underscoring the gravity of the issue.

The subpoena list includes a wide array of federal departments: Commerce, Defense, Homeland Security, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Justice, Interior, Labor, Office of Management and Budget, Housing and Urban Development, State, Transportation, Treasury, and Agriculture.

In a statement to Fox News, Steil did not mince words. “This executive order is another attempt by the Biden administration to tilt the scales ahead of 2024. I will continue working to provide transparency and accountability on this administration’s latest scheme as Congress did not appropriate taxpayer funds for partisan activities,” he said.

Steil characterized the order as a “scheme” designed to execute “partisan activities” without congressional approval. He stressed the importance of non-partisan election administration, stating, “Elections are partisan, but our election administration should never be partisan. Allowing federal employees from the Biden administration to flood election administration sites threatens election integrity and reduces Americans’ confidence.”

The GOP’s move to subpoena these documents signals a significant escalation in their efforts to hold the Biden administration accountable.

The implications of this investigation could be far-reaching, potentially uncovering misuse of federal resources and partisan meddling in the electoral process.

As the 2024 election looms, the House GOP’s actions highlight the ongoing battle over election integrity and the role of federal agencies in safeguarding — or undermining — democratic processes.

Stay tuned to Prudent Politics.

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