Executive Orders: How Did We Get to This Point?

Date:  February 11, 2021  
Host: Jim Schneider   
​Guest: William Federer
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Newsweek reported that President Biden signed more executive orders in his first 12 days than did President Trump and President Obama combined. Conservative Daily News indicates that by February 1st, he signed an unprecedented 42 executive orders.

These are orders to expand socialized medicine, provide taxpayer funding for foreign abortions, destroy American energy jobs, rejoin international agreements and organizations, further the promotion of mischaracterized U.S. History, call for transgender rights in school sports, alter immigration policy, and the list goes on.

Running up to the election in a Townhall event with George Stephanopoulos on ABC, then Candidate Biden stated that we are a democracy. He further spoke about having a consensus and not using executive orders to advance items like dictators do.

Did you know there has been a rapid evolution in the use of executive orders? What was the original purpose of executive orders? How did we get to this point?

William Federer, a best-selling author and president of Amerisearch, Inc., joined Crosstalk to answer these questions in detail.


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