Biden White House Subpoenaed – Did He Go Too Far?

Claiming that the Biden administration may have been breaching the Constitution by funneling money to register voters in the battleground state of Michigan, the House Committee on Small Business subpoenaed the SBA on Tuesday.

After failing to appear at scheduled transcribed interviews and withholding documents pertaining to a program that was allegedly “diverting resources away from helping Main Street so it can register more voters,” the committee subpoenaed Arthur Plews, chief of staff of the SBA, and Tyler Robinson, his special adviser.

The SBA and the Michigan Department of State announced in March a cooperative endeavor to “encourage civic involvement and voter registration in Michigan,” which will be ongoing until Jan. 1, 2036. Biden issued an executive order in 2021 for federal agencies to work together to increase voting rights.

The partnership “will help link Michiganders to crucial voter registration info from Michigan so that more small business owners may user their right to vote,” stated SBA Administrator Isabel Casillas Guzman in a press release.

By “creating a unique URL for the SBA to utilize to push web visitors to register to vote,” the Michigan Department of State would be helping the Biden administration with their attempt.”At the same time, state authorities in Michigan might work with the SBA’s Michigan field office to arrange for in-person voter registration during SBA business outreach events.

Republicans, though, speculated that President Joe Biden was plotting to utilize a government agency to boost his voter registration numbers in a tight swing state.

In an interview with the outlet, House Small Business Committee Chairman Roger Willams (R-TX) explained that the committee had offered the two persons the chance to meet with them freely before adopting these measures, but now they seem to be the only ones willing to comply with their oversight duties. “The SBA has repeatedly abandoned its mandate to assist Main Street in thriving and growing in order to pursue external political goals.” It is a shame we have gotten to this point, but the Committee will not rest until it has answers for the American people.

Williams stated last month that the SBA’s memorandum of understanding with the Michigan Dept. of State is inaccurate, inappropriate, and perhaps unlawful.

22 of the 25 identified outreach events took place in counties with the highest concentrations of the Democratic National Committee’s target demographics. In terms of young voters and black voters, 11 out of the 15 Michigan counties with the highest voter registration increase in the last year ranked first.

Author: Blake Ambrose

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