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Joe Biden has signed more executive orders during his first two weeks than any other president. And these orders are not about minor governmental administrative issues. They are designed to drastically change America itself!
Biden’s onslaught of radical orders is extremely hypocritical. Less than three weeks before the presidential election, he told ABC News,
“I have this strange notion: We are a democracy. Some of my Republican friends and some of my Democratic friends even occasionally say, ‘Well, if you can’t get the votes, by executive order you’re going to do something.’ [Some] things you can’t do by executive order unless you’re a dictator. We’re a democracy.”
So Biden himself told the nation that you couldn’t legislate by executive order unless you were a dictator. Then he turned around and signed more than 40 executive orders and other actions during his first 14 days in office.
Executive actions are not always unconstitutional or dictatorial. They exist so that a president can order employees in the executive branch of government to execute laws passed by Congress. But Biden’s orders are enacting new laws and policies by executive fiat. He is literally doing things “you can’t do by executive order unless you’re a dictator.”
During his first afternoon in the White House on January 20, Biden reinstated an Obama-era executive order allowing illegal aliens to stay in America if they arrived here as children. He ordered workers to halt construction of a border wall on the United States-Mexico border. He ordered an end to “harsh and extreme immigration enforcement,” when his very job is to enforce the laws, immigration and otherwise, passed by the people through their representatives in Congress. But Democrats in Congress “can’t get the votes.” Not enough of them—and not enough voters—want to eliminate America’s national borders.
Biden has ordered the federal government to re-engage with the World Health Organization, despite the fact that this globalist institution helped China cover up the origins of covid-19. He has ordered the federal government to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement, which mandates that America send money to socialist, Marxist-type governments around the world. Congress approved neither of these measures, and both of them actively harm America’s national sovereignty.
Biden also unilaterally revoked the permit for building the Keystone XL pipeline. This move sabotaged America’s quest for energy independence, made the nation more subject to Arab nations for oil, and eliminated 11,000 well-paying jobs. He also blocked new oil- and gas-leasing on federal lands and waters. Since federal lands account for 13 percent of the nation’s natural gas production, the American Petroleum Institute estimates that this “fracking ban” will result in 1 million job losses by 2022.