Biden executive orders
President Biden vowed to begin immediately to reverse the Trump agenda and re-instate the Obama-Biden agenda. He will have to do much of this through executive orders. The same way Trump did to reverse elements of the Obama agenda when he took office in 2016.

Biden's Executive Orders

from The Gray Area:
1/20/21; updated 2/11/21:
Barack Obama said that his 'hope & change' motto in 2008 was about 'fundamentally transforming the USA & redistributing it's wealth'. He went too slow, or in his words, was 'too early' to get it all done. His first major attempt was Obamacare and it is still with us. President Biden will attempt to implement the rest of the plan immediately upon his inauguration. This section will list each attempt by the Democrat Executive and Legislative branches to make Obama's goal a reality. Following is a continuing list of what is expected to be extreme Executive and Legislative efforts to implement this fundamental change to this country. February 11, 2021 From Western Journal: February 2, 2021 Biden Issues Orders to Dismantle Trump’s ‘America First’ Immigration Agenda January 28, 2021 Biden set record with 40 executive orders in 9 days since taking office. Biden issued an order to unwind the Mexico City Policy, known as the global gag rule, which prohibits U.S. dollars from flowing to international non-governmental organizations that provide abortions, advocate to legalize and expand abortion access, or provide abortion counseling. The rule dates back to 1984, under President Ronald Reagan. January 27, 2021 Hot Mic: Biden says "I don't know what I'm signing", signs executive order

January 26, 2021 Biden Suspends History. Biden, in abolishing the 1776 Commission, called it “offensive” and “counter-factual.” This must not be allowed to continue. It must be stopped. Joe Biden: To Russia With Love President Biden also ordered the entire federal fleet of over 600,000 cars and trucks be converted to electric vehicles, no matter where they are! Good luck finding a place to charge those short-range monuments to inefficiency if you work outside the densely packed world where Biden's energy team lives.

January 25, 2021 Biden Rescinds Trump Order Banning Chinese Communist Involvement In US Power Grid Biden reverses Trump ban on transgender individuals serving in military

January 22, 2021:

January 21, 2021: 'Wartime'effort- Executive Orders on the Pandemic Biden's plan aims to speed up vaccinations and testing and better protect workers. It also directs the Education and Health and Human Services departments to get schools guidance and resources they need to reopen safely. Further, it will reimburse states for the use of the National Guard in Covid-19 relief efforts, he said. He also said Thursday that his administration directed FEMA to have a Covid-19 liaison to help "maximize cooperation between the federal government and the states." The order invoking the Defense Production Act is to increase the supply of all the materials needed to get the vaccines into arms and ramp up testing. The order covers N95 masks and other protective gear, testing machines, rapid test kits and syringes capable of maximizing the amount of Covid vaccine that can be extracted from vials. Biden also ordered the creation of a pandemic testing board, modeled on President Franklin Roosevelt’s War Production Board, that will be tasked with expanding testing capacity, particularly in schools. Officials said Biden will also "clarify” health insurance companies’ obligation to cover Covid-19 testing, a sign the new administration may reverse a policy that has allowed insurers to refuse to cover testing of asymptomatic individuals for public health surveillance or back-to-work programs. Other executive actions will create a public dashboard with real-time national and state-level data on cases, testing, vaccinations and hospital admissions, and impose a mask-wearing mandate on airplanes and other forms of interstate transportation. The administration also will deploy FEMA to set up 100 community vaccination sites in the next 30 days. Biden restored full federal funding for the National Guard's pandemic work — reversing a Trump administration decision last summer to cut most states’ funding by 25 percent. The same order will also approve more FEMA funding to help states reopen schools — reimbursing states for items like masks for teachers — and make more FEMA resources available to Native American tribes. On workplace issues, another Biden order aims to strengthen enforcement against employers who put their workers at risk of contracting Covid-19, directing the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to put out stronger guidance around virus prevention measures and go after “the worst violators.” Biden’s Covid response team members also made clear that they're concerned about reports of stark racial disparities in who is getting the first vaccines — and plan to take steps to make sure people of color don’t get left behind. While one of the new orders creates a Covid-19 Health Equity Task Force to advise the team on these issues, many of the administration's other proposals to expand the availability of testing, treatment, and vaccines require Congress to approve tens of billions of dollars in new funding.

January 20, 2021: HR 1 - Election integrity. Deceptively titled “For the People Act,” its primary goal is to rig the election system in favor of Democratic politicians by undermining America’s electoral process.   On the pandemic: 1. Biden signed an executive order appointing Jeffrey D. Zients as the official Covid-19 response coordinator who will report to the president, in an effort to “aggressively” gear up the nation’s response to the pandemic. The order also restores the directorate for global health security and biodefense at the National Security Council, a group Mr. Trump had disbanded. 2. Mr. Biden is also reinstating ties with the World Health Organization after the Trump administration chose to withdraw the nation’s membership and funding last year. 3. Biden is requiring social distancing and the wearing of masks on all federal property and by all federal employees. He is also starting a “100 days masking challenge” urging all Americans to wear masks Immigration: 4. With an executive order, Mr. Biden has bolstered the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that protects from deportation immigrants brought to the United States as children, often called Dreamers. Mr. Trump sought for years to end the program, known as DACA. 5. Another executive order revokes the Trump administration’s plan to exclude non-citizens from the census count, and, 6. ... another overturns a Trump executive order that pushed aggressive efforts to find and deport unauthorized immigrants. 7. Yet another order blocks the deportation of Liberians who have been living in the United States. 8. In a blow to one of his predecessor’s earliest actions to limit immigration, Mr. Biden has also ended the so-called Muslim ban, which blocked travel to the United States from several predominantly Muslim and African countries. 9. Biden halted construction of Mr. Trump’s border wall with Mexico. Climate Change: 10. Chief among executive orders that begin to tackle the issue of climate change, Mr. Biden has signed a letter to re-enter the United States in the Paris climate accords. 11. Mr. Biden began the reversal of a slew of the Trump administration’s environmental policies, including revoking the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline; reversing the rollbacks to vehicle emissions standards; undoing decisions to slash the size of several national monuments; enforcing a temporary moratorium on oil and natural gas leases in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge; and re-establishing a working group on the social costs of greenhouse gasses. Racial Equality: 12. Biden will end the Trump administration’s 1776 Commission, which released a report on Monday that historians said distorted the role of slavery in the United States, among other history. 13. Mr. Biden also revoked Mr. Trump’s executive order limiting the ability of federal agencies, contractors and other institutions to hold diversity and inclusion training. 14. Another executive order reinforces Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to require that the federal government does not discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity, a policy that reverses action by Mr. Trump’s administration. Economy: 15. extend a federal moratorium on evictions 16. moving to continue a pause on federal student loan interest and principal payments through the end of September Government Accountability: 17. He has ordered all of his appointees in the executive branch to sign an ethics pledge. 18. Finally, Mr. Biden issued a freeze on all new regulations put in motion by his predecessor to give his administration time to evaluate which ones it wants to move forward.

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