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WARNING: Biden’s DOJ Planning On Subverting Elections Again


Riddle me this: why is the DOJ engaging in ‘voter outreach’ programs?

These people are (allegedly) supposed to be concerned with overseeing justice within our courts and the larger criminal justice system in our country. This is their role.

Aside from the obvious government overreach from this unnecessary government agency, it is concerning that they aren’t exactly very forthcoming with how they exactly intend to carry out these ‘outreach’ programs.

According to recent reports, the DOJ is outright concealing records and heavily redacting documents that they do release about these operations.

I wonder why that’s the case?

I also have to wonder how it is acceptable in the slightest bit that an unaccountable bureaucratic agency, directly controlled by the reigning regime, is allowed to influence elections in this way at all…

Here’s more on the story:

The Federalist sounds the alarm in a recent piece:

On Sept. 8, the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) was scheduled to receive a series of government records from the DOJ that detailed how the agency is complying with Executive Order 14019.

That order mandated all federal departments to “consider ways to expand citizens’ opportunities to register to vote and to obtain information about, and participate in, the electoral process.”

Among these included the DOJ’s 15-page “strategic plan” on how the agency intends to comply with Biden’s executive order.


Trending Politics gives this example:

In one of the redacted emails, Special Assistant to the Deputy White House Counsels Devontae Freeland wrote to a redacted list of Biden officials about interim reporting on the executive order.

“Thank you for your work on the Promoting Access to Voting EO implementation plans,” Freeland wrote.

“The interim reports, which are due this Tuesday 6/15, can be submitted by email [redacted] as a Word doc. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have questions or concerns.”


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