Joe Biden on Sunday signed yet another executive order, this one aimed at directing the federal government to expand vote-by-mail and spread use its full resources to spread information about the process across the nation, as reported by the New York Post.
At the signing, Biden declared that the order would “make it easier for eligible voters to register to vote and improve access to voting,” further adding that “every eligible voter should be able to vote and improve access to voting. Every eligible voter should be able to vote and have that vote counted,” even though there are no efforts to suppress such votes in the country.
The order demands that all federal agencies use their resources and infrastructure to spread information about how to register to vote, how to apply for vote-by-mail, and expand the General Service Administration’s Vote.gov website. The order also allows for federal employees to seek time off from work in order to vote, and volunteer or work as poll workers, even though this could easily be interpreted as being in violation of their duties.
Following the signing, Biden also falsely claimed that “we have seen an unprecedented insurrection in our Capitol and a brutal attack on our democracy on January 6th. A never before seen effort to ignore, undermine, and undo the will of the people.”
The mostly peaceful protests at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th saw no weapons used by the protesters, and were carried out in protest of the widespread voter fraud that took place in the 2020 election, with some evidence suggesting that the mass fraud was enough to swing the results of the election away from President Donald Trump and in favor of Joe Biden. As such, multiple state legislatures in the key swing states most heavily impacted by the fraud are introducing and passing numerous bills to better combat voter fraud and secure election integrity, with Democrats falsely claiming that such bills are attempting to suppress voters.