With Democrats in control of the entire Federal Government, Joe Biden was expecting to have little to no problems ramming his radical agenda into law.
But that hasn’t been the case.
And now Joe Biden just got hit with two lawsuits that could open up a flood of legal challenges against his administration.
During Donald Trump’s four years in office, Democrat State Attorneys General filed over 200 lawsuits against his administration.
And since these Democrat State Attorneys General only picked districts where they knew Obama or Clinton appointed judges would hear the case, Trump lost a staggering 80% of the lawsuits filed against his administration.
However, Republican State Attorneys General are now flipping the script on Joe Biden and suing his administration over unconstitutional power grabs.
In fact, Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen just filed a lawsuit against the Biden Administration for canceling the Keystone XL Pipeline.
“When you step in on day one and start issuing edicts and executive orders like King George, I and a lot of other conservative Republicans are going to start having problems,” Knudsen told the Daily Caller.
“State Attorneys General are coming into their own and realizing they can be an effective pushback against an overreaching executive,” Knudsen added.
But Montana isn’t the only state going after Joe Biden.
Louisiana Attorney Jeff Landry also filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration for signing executive orders banning fracking on new federal land leases and also pausing the deportation of virtually all illegal aliens.
“Democrats are basically hell bent on overreaching, overspending, over-regulating,” Landry told the Daily Caller. “All things that have detrimental long term effects on job creation, and overall stability for the country.”
Montana and Louisiana’s lawsuits are expected to set off a flurry of legal challenges against Joe Biden, including suing him over language in the blue state bailout bill that prevents states from cutting taxes if they accept state and local aid money, by Republican Attorneys General in several other states.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.