DOJ Ordered to Provide Biden’s Election Takeover Files Before November

The United States District Court for the District of Columbia ordered last Monday that the Department of Justice must provide papers connected to Biden’s executive order federalizing polls.

This must be done prior to the midterms in 2022, rather than after those elections. 


According to the data provided in a complaint that the Foundation for Government Accountability submitted, the Department of Justice wanted to delay the publication of the documents.

They wanted this delay to last until 2023 on the grounds that doing so before that date would “place an unfair demand on agency resources.” 

The court strongly disagreed with the timeline proposed by the Department of Justice and ordered it to provide all of the records desired by the Foundation for Government Accountability well before the midterm elections.

This was a significant setback for the administration of President Biden. 

According to a piece in The Federalist, Biden’s executive order instructs all 600 government agencies to concentrate their efforts on raising the number of people who register to vote and who actually vote. 

After that, a number of departments within the government decided to transform federal institutions, particularly those that handle federal benefits, into voter registration offices.

It is also acceptable for the agencies to work with organizations that encourage voters to vote on the left.

The effects of such a blatant effort to use government bureaucracy to boost Democratic voter registration are huge. 

This is why top Republicans in congressional leadership roles and nonprofits have started demanding more evidence in the form of requests made under the Freedom of Information Act.

However, the Department of Justice, under the administration of Biden, failed to respond in a timely fashion to these requests.

As a result, the Foundation for Government Accountability, the American Accountability Base, and the Center for Renewing America have all filed lawsuits against the DOJ. 

A Step in the Right Direction

While the outcomes of the lawsuits filed by the other groups have not yet been determined, those groups view the victory won by the Foundation for Government Accountability as a step in the right direction. 

They have submitted nearly 200 Freedom of Information Act requests and litigation against the administration, hoping this will give them quick access to Biden’s covert election plans.

They continued by saying the people of the United States shouldn’t have to file a lawsuit against their own federal government in order to learn how the White House plans to ‘manage’ the elections in November.

In order to induce responses to Freedom of Information Act requests concerning Biden’s executive order, the American Accountability Foundation and the Institute for Renewing America collectively filed six lawsuits against many government agencies, including the Department of Labor, Defense Department, and the Education Department.

This article appeared in The Political Globe and has been published here with permission.