The following article, DOJ Refuses to Release Documents Showing Conspiracy with Left-Wing Groups to Influence 2022 Election, was first published on Big League Politics.
The Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) is refusing to release documents showing the conspiracy with left-wing nonprofit groups to influence the upcoming the 2022 midterm elections.
The Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, demanding documents about the DOJ’s collusion with these left-wing groups. They are denying the request, claiming that the “strategic plan” to influence the midterms should be withheld from the public.
This pertains particularly to an executive order signed by Joe Biden in March 2021. This measure, Executive Order 14019, “Promoting Access to Voting,” opened the door for direct collusion between the feds and nonprofit groups.
“It is the responsibility of the Federal Government to expand access to, and education about, voter registration and election information, and to combat misinformation, in order to enable all eligible Americans to participate in our democracy,” a provision from Executive Order 14019 states.
The far-left network of nonprofit groups were highlighted in the “2000 Mules” documentary. In spite of being involved in an illicit network of ballot harvesting to influence the 2020 presidential election, none of these groups are being investigated by the feds.
Big League Politics has reported on certain ballot harvesters being prosecuted by state-level officials for election fraud charges:
“A ballot trafficker similar to those exposed in Dinesh D’Souza’s “2000 Mules” documentary is facing 20 years in prison for being charged with felony election fraud.
BREAKING: One of the 2000 Mules CAUGHT By Project VERITAS Has Been ARRESTED, Facing 20 Years of Prison for Election Fraud [VIDEO] – THE FIRST LIGHT REPORT https://t.co/KVbFVce8mZ
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) June 22, 2022
Texas woman Rachel Rodriguez was arrested and charged with 26 felony counts of illegal voting, election fraud, unlawfully helping individuals with mail-in voting, and illegal possession of an official ballot.