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FGA v. Department of Justice: Exposing the Bidenbucks Scandal

Biden's strings

What is President Biden hiding?

We’ve sued the Biden administration.

On April 20, 2022, FGA sued the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in federal court after several federal agencies failed to respond to our Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests seeking documents and communications related to EO 14019.

On July 12, 2022, the Federal District Court sided with FGA, and ordered DOJ to provide all documents required to be disclosed under FOIA law. In September 2022, DOJ finally disclosed 135 pages of documents, a far cry from the more than 5,500 potentially responsive records which DOJ had initially claimed it had. As expected, most of the documents were heavily redacted.

To date, DOJ has steadfastly refused to turn over its 15-page strategic plan to carry out EO 14019, claiming the plan is exempted from disclosure under FOIA and that releasing it would only “confuse the public.” Both claims are false.

This initial win in the courtroom was a victory for transparency, for government accountability, and for the American people… but the fight continues.

Case Details

  • Case Name:

    FGA v. Department of Justice

  • Location:

    Middle District of Florida Fort Myers Division

  • Date Filed:

    April 20, 2022

An Overview

“Our vision is that in the future, people can wake up the day after the election and know who won and believe that it was accurate, fair, and trustworthy.”

-Jonathan Bechtle, FGA COO and General Counsel


Lawsuit Timeline



“Federal law is clear that the American people have a right to these public documents requested under FOIA detailing how the Department of Justice will newly operate within our elections.”
-Tarren Bragdon, FGA President and CEO

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