Gabe Kaminsky of the Washington Examiner reports on revealing new documents.

In the summer of 2021, the White House convened a meeting over Zoom with outside groups to plan on implementing an executive order from the president granting them historic new tools to register voters. The Biden administration has insisted attendees and the operation at large are “nonpartisan,” though internal documents provide a glimpse into how the July 12, 2021, meeting appears to have overwhelmingly been a key platform for left-wing activist hubs to suggest sweeping election policy changes.

The documents, which have not been reported on until now, are a window into how nonprofit organizations have coordinated with the highest levels of the government on bringing President Joe Biden’s executive order to fruition. Republican lawmakers and conservative groups have heavily scrutinized the legality and constitutionality of the March 2021 order, which calls for “soliciting and facilitating approved, nonpartisan third-party organizations and state officials to provide voter registration services on agency premises.”

And following the 2020 election, which drew GOP-led investigations in Congress over Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wiring hundreds of millions of dollars to a progressive-left group that boosted Democrats, Republicans are concerned the 2021 “Bidenbucks” order will unlawfully appropriate federal funds in 2024 to promote Democratic voter turnout. The order, lawmakers say, may violate the Antideficiency Act, a law barring federal agencies from spending funds beyond those approved through Congress, and the Hatch Act, which restricts government employees from engaging in certain political activities, among other laws.

“The Biden administration continues to spend taxpayer dollars on partisan voter registration initiatives,” said Rep. Bryan Steil (R-WI), chairman of the House Administration Committee, which oversees elections. “Not only is this shady, but it does not instill trust in our elections.”

Biden’s March 2021 order mandates federal agencies develop plans to provide the public access to voter registration services with the help of “approved” outside groups, as well as assist the public in filling out these forms and mail-in-ballot applications.