Biden Team Caught Illegally Targeting Swing States?

Gage Skidmore from Surprise, AZ, United States of America, CC BY-SA 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

( – The House Committee on Small Business sent a subpoena Tuesday to the Small Business Administration over what they consider to be lack of transparency on the Biden administration’s alleged efforts to use resources for key battleground states, a move that is widely considered to be unconstitutional. 

The subpoena was sent to SBA Chief of Staff Arthur Plews and Tyler Robinson, his special adviser after they reportedly did not show up for a scheduled transcribed interview with the committee. The two have also not handed over the documents connected to a program that allegedly has them diverting sources away from Main Street in an effort to have more Democrat voters registered to vote in Michigan, which is an important swing state. 

The committee has argued that this is the first subpoena to the committee in more than a decade. 

In March, Biden’s SBA had announced that along with the Michigan State Department, they had a memorandum of understanding (MOU) that would be focused on promoting voter registration and engagement. As they pointed out this collaboration was going to be running through Jan. 1, 2036, and it is the first initiative of this type to take place. 

SBA Administrator Isabel Casillas Guzman in a press release about the collaboration argued that it would help connect Michiganders to voter registration which would help ensure that a larger number of small business owners would be able to vote in the upcoming elections. The collaboration comes after a 2021 executive order from President Biden where all federal agencies had been directed to focus on promoting voting access. 

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