Several Red States Looking Into The “Constitutionality” Of Biden’s Executive Orders

The Constitution of the United States lays out the responsibilities and powers given to the various members of the three branches of the federal government.

In addition to what is laid out for the presidency, Presidents of the United States have also been directing federal officials or administrative agencies to engage in a course of action or refrain from a course of action via Executive Orders.

According to the Congressional Research Service, there is no direct “definition of executive orders, presidential memoranda, and proclamations in the U.S. Constitution, there is, likewise, no specific provision authorizing their issuance.”

But for those who support the arbitrary decisions, sometimes resembling laws, of one person, Article II of the U.S. Constitution provides an umbrella authority for the President as the nation’s chief executive officer, the commander in chief who “shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed.”

Laws can also give additional powers to the President.

During his first week in office, President Biden signed a record number of executive orders.

Since taking office, Joe Biden has signed 105 of them.

Biden’s actions resemble those of the anti-America, and radical globalists former President Barack Obama.

Obama targeted the fossil fuel industry, advanced green projects, increased military activity, and promoted social justice activism to the dismay of the silent majority of the nation’s 340M citizens.

Finally, some GOP-controlled state legislatures have taken steps to look at the “constitutionality” of Biden’s executive orders.

Missouri State Rep Brian Seitz is sponsoring a bill that would require state lawmakers to scrutinize some presidential executive orders.

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Similar bills are being considered in other states where Republicans control the state legislature.

Alabama, Utah, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Iowa, and South Carolina have all considered bills looking at the “constitutionality” of executive orders since Biden took office.

The Epoch Times reported:

“Rep. Brian Seitz (R-Branson) will enter his third session when the Missouri General Assembly convenes in Springfield on Jan. 4 and, for the third time, he is sponsoring a bill that would require state lawmakers to scrutinize and, potentially disregard, some presidential executive orders.”

“Under his proposed House Bill 174, the Missouri House must review all presidential executive orders not affirmed by a Congressional vote to determine if “they are, in fact, Constitutional,” Seitz told The Epoch Times.”

“If the Missouri House has questions about the constitutionality of a presidential executive order, the bill requires it be referred to the state’s attorney general to determine if it “restricts a person’s constitutional rights.”

“Since Democrat Joe Biden was sworn in as president in January 2021, similar bills have been introduced in at least nine other Republican-controlled state legislatures: Alabama, Utah, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Iowa, and South Carolina.”

After watching nearly every president abuse these privileges, I for one would like Congress to start holding those in the Oval Office more accountable.

We need to get back to three separate, but equal branches of government.


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