GOP Figures Out a Clever Way to ‘Cancel’ Biden’s Executive Orders…

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In the State of South Dakota, the Republicans led the legislature to take a stand against the unconstitutional Executive Orders of the Biden Administration.

The South Dakota HB 1194 decided to take a step further by proposing a “Committee on Neutralization of Federal Laws” to review whether a proposed law or regulation is unconstitutional. 

Gateway Pundit reported that this committee “would determine the constitutionality of any given federal law and, if found wanting, would proceed to nullify it within the state.” If the Biden Administration were to trample on the rights of the American citizens, the committee would be able to intervene. 

The Washington Examiner detailed what was written on the bill: “The Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council may review any executive order issued by the President of the United States if the order has not been affirmed by a vote of the Congress of the United States and signed into law, as prescribed by the Constitution of the United States.”

With the bill, they will set up a process for reviewing President Biden’s executive orders. These orders will first be sent; to the governor and attorney general to determine if it should be prohibited or declared unconstitutional.

Keloland.com provided a six key-bulleted list of issues covered under the bill:

  1. Pandemics or other health emergencies. 
  2. The regulation of natural resources, including coal and oil. 
  3. The regulation of the agriculture industry. 
  4. The use of land. 
  5. The regulation of the financial sector as it relates to environmental, social, or governance standards. 
  6. The regulation of the constitutional right to keep and bear arms.

Hopefully, with the administration’s recent actions acting outside of the constitutional construct, this bill would be approved to nullify those laws and protect the American citizen’s rights.





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