Biden regime’s “whole-of-government” dictatorial TAKEOVER of America means the end of constitutional balance of power
By Ethan Huff // Jan 24, 2024

Under the Constitution, the United States government is supposed to have three branches of government: the executive branch, or presidency; the legislative branch, or Congress; and the judicial branch, or the Supreme Court. Under President Biden, there is just one branch: the Biden regime.

Since being installed, the Biden regime has imposed a "whole-of-government" doctrine of rule that gives the executive branch nearly unlimited power to impose its will on America. This approach covers unions, climate change, cybersecurity, electric vehicles (EVs), cryptocurrency, and even restoring salmon runs to the Snake and Columbia rivers.

The Biden regime has a lot of agenda items that would be too difficult, if not impossible, to impose without a whole-of-government approach. The Constitution forbids it, of course, but the American people apparently do not care enough to stop the Biden regime from taking dictatorial control over the country.

"When an administration invokes whole of government, it is mustering all the agencies under its command to a preferred goal," writes Dave Yost for The Wall Street Journal.

"Thus the Securities and Exchange Commission, designed to regulate stock exchanges, is pressed into service to battle climate change. The Environmental Protection Agency, designed to promote clean air, land and water, is dragooned into energy and industrial policy."

(Related: Maine Secretary of State Shenna Bellows, who wants Donald Trump removed from her state's ballot for "insurrection," twice met with Biden prior to engaging in a political witch hunt.)

Courts reject Biden's whole-of-government approach

To be clear, the other branches of government do not approve of the Biden regime's whole-of-government approach. One of them, the courts, have ruled in favor of We the People in several recent cases, and against the Biden regime.

One such case is Alabama Association of Realtors v. HHS (2021). In that case, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) found that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) definitely overstepped its authority in issuing a COVID-era eviction moratorium.

This judicial warning shot went unheard, though. The Biden regime proceeded despite the case to mandate Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) "vaccines" on tens of millions of American workers all throughout the economy via the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), which required employers of more than 100 people to force the jab.

Fortunately for the 84 million some-odd Americans who would have been affected by OSHA's decree, an Ohio-led coalition of states and business won the case of National Federation of Independent Businesses v. Department of Labor (2022), which struck down the OSHA mandate.

Unfortunately for We the People, the Biden regime appears unphased by all of this. According to the regime, it will continue to force its will on America because its agenda items are simply too important to be held hostage by the Constitution.

"President Biden and Vice President Harris have mobilized a whole-of-government effort in every sector of the economy – taking executive actions that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions," the regime recently declared.

As of right now, the climate disclosure rule proposed by the SEC in April 2022 towards this end has not been finalized. This means that businesses are still in limbo in terms of understanding the regulatory burdens the Biden regime is trying to impose upon them.

The Federal Highway Administration (FHA) is also getting involved in environmental matters at the behest of the Biden regime. This agency recently finalized a rule to expand a greenhouse gas reduction mandate, though 21 states, including Ohio, are suing to block the rule for veering far outside the FHA's jurisdictional scope.

"To be sure, there are moments that call for a whole-of-government approach – think World War II," Yost writes.

"But Congress is part of government, too. Under the American system, marshaling all the resources of the government toward a single end requires that lawmakers and the executive establish that end together."

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