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The 56 Executive Actions Biden Has Signed in the first month!

On cue, CNN and Politico insisted that yesterday, February 15th, was the real first day of the Biden regime. The claim is made as a result of Congress’ decision to waste a month (and millions of dollars) trying to impeach and remove President Trump (again).

But the claim appears to be designed to cover for the extreme government by executive fiat – that is to say, without the legislative branch – that the Biden administration has embarked upon.

Joe Biden has signed a whopping 56 executive actions in under one month, dwarfing efforts made by his predecessors, and contravening his own claims that someone who governs in that manner is “a dictator.”

The full list of Joe Biden’s executive actions follows:

Re-engage with corrupt World Health Organization

End withdrawal process. Jan. 20

Create bureaucratic position for COVID-19 coordinator

Rejoin jobs-killing Paris climate agreement

Destroy Keystone XL pipeline

Ask agencies to extend eviction/foreclosure moratoriums

Request Jan. 20

Ask Education Dept. to extend student-loan pause

Request Jan. 20

End the patriotic “1776 Commission”

Include undocumented immigrants in census

Enhance DACA, which helps illegal aliens

Memorandum Jan. 20

Require masks/distancing on all federal property and by federal workers

Reverse travel ban targeting primarily Muslim countries

Stop construction of border wall, opening borders

Proclamation Jan. 20

Forcing transgenderism into schools

Unenforceable ethics pledge for executive-branch personnel

Modernize regulatory review

Memorandum Jan. 20

End immigration enforcement

Extend protection from deportation for Liberians in U.S.

Memorandum Jan. 20

Revoke certain executive orders concerning federal regulation

Freeze any new or pending regulations

Memorandum Jan. 20

Fill supplies for COVID-19

Increase FEMA reimbursement to states for National Guard

Memorandum Jan. 21

Establish “COVID-19 Pandemic Testing Board” as added bureaucracy

More COVID-19-related bureaucracy

Calls for more COVID-related data

Takes credit for Trump-era policy of 1m vaccinations per day

Directives Jan. 21

Delays opening of schools

OSHA guidance

Require face masks at airports

Establish a racially-motivated, anti-white approach to COVID treatment

Prioritize other nations in COVID response

Directive Jan. 21

Ask agencies to boost food aid, improve delivery of Trump stimulus checks

Restore collective bargaining power for federal workers

Repeal ban on transgender people serving openly in U.S. military

Tighten ‘Buy American’ rules in government procurement

Reinstate coronavirus travel restrictions on Brazil, most of Europe

End the Justice Department’s use of private prisons

Directs HUD to address discriminatory housing practices

Memorandum Jan. 26

Combat racism against Asian-Americans, Pacific Islanders

Memorandum Jan. 26

Directs agencies to engage in consultations with tribal governments

Memorandum Jan. 26

Pause new oil and gas leasing on U.S. lands/waters, elevate climate change as national-security, foreign-policy priority

Re-establish President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology

Directs agencies to make decisions on best available science, evidence

Memorandum Jan. 27

Reopen Obamacare marketplaces, lower recent barriers to joining Medicaid

Lift certain restrictions on abortion funding

Memorandum Jan. 28

Keep aluminum tariffs on U.A.E., scrapping Trump administration’s exemption

Begin ending “Remain in Mexico” program, “restore” U.S. asylum system

Start roll back of “public charge rule” (which imposes a wealth test on would-be immigrants), review other recent barriers to legal immigration

Create task force to reunite migrant families separated at the border

Retroactively reimburse states fully for FEMA-eligible costs tied to COVID

Memorandum. . Feb. 2

Rebuild U.S. refugee resettlement program

Expand promotion LGBTQism around the world

Memorandum. . Feb. 4

Prevent Myanmar military from accessing property

Reestablish the White House Office of Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships to help address the needs of low-income people

Review supply chains for semiconductors and other ‘critical goods’

Executive order. Expected in ‘coming weeks’

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