Biden Signs New Voting Executive Order

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The issue of integrity in U.S. elections remains a very serious matter. Not only does U.S. election integrity impact the outcomes of future political races, but it also determines how confident Americans feel in their vote.

Right now, there are many conservatives who are questioning whether their vote counts. This is a byproduct of the 2020 presidential election and a plethora of claims which asserted fraud, irregularities, and more.

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Democrats, meanwhile, continue to deny that any form of cheating in elections is problematic. Furthermore, the left has openly flirted with giving voting rights to illegal immigrants and convicted felons. This would explain the executive order that Biden signed into effect yesterday, according to Breitbart News.

A Closer Look at Biden’s Executive Order on Voting

On Sunday, the 46th president declared that the federal government bears responsibility for pushing back on “misinformation” and educating Americans about voting.

However, Biden’s executive extends beyond merely teaching Americans about voting and elections in America. Another core element of the Democrat president’s plan involves getting criminals behind bars to vote by mail.

As such, central aims of Biden’s executive order involve delivering information about voting to prisoners and furthermore getting these prisoners eligible to vote. Likewise, the U.S. attorney general is now under orders to ensure that prisoners vote by mail in “practicable and appropriate” terms.

Additional Notes in Biden’s Executive Order

In the 46th president’s signed executive order yesterday, he alleges that non-white Americans often struggle with “significant obstacles” impeding their rights and abilities to vote. Biden cited lack of access to polling locations, ignorance about elections, and voter registration troubles as the alleged obstacles.

Biden’s voting executive order comes after Democrat lawmakers in the House passed H.R.1. In a nutshell, this legislation gives the federal government complete control of state elections; H.R.1 furthermore creates multiple pathways for illegal voters to participate in U.S. elections.

Multiple Republican leaders have already indicated that they’ll take legal action against H.R.1 if the bill does, in fact, become law. Just a few segments of the legislation involve mass mailouts of ballots (even to dead individuals) and essentially blocking states from removing dead persons and nonresidents from their voting rolls.

What do you think about the voting executive order signed by President Biden on Sunday? Are you for or against it? Be sure to let us know where you stand in the comments section below.