"The records on family separation Biden’s DOJ is refusing to release include the agenda from a 2018 meeting that included a show of hands vote by Trump officials on whether to separate families. The public deserves to see that record and others." (Source)
Even in March Biden supporters were getting 'antsy' with the slowness of this administration to act:
"But on topics from immigration reform to the use of the military to revamping the Federal Communications Commission to delivering on the promised stimulus checks, there's a concern that Biden's team is dragging its feet on delivering the changes it guaranteed before it won the election." (source)
He promised on "Day one" of his presidency to do something about gun violence. Three months later--nothing:
"...one of Biden’s more popular campaign promises was student debt forgiveness. Over 40 million students owe $1.6 trillion in federal student loans, and while many call for President Biden to forgive up to $50,000 dollars of student debt, he would only commit to $10,000 in a recent CNN town hall. He also commended programs like the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF), where over 95 percent of PSLF applicants have been denied.
This is disappointing, not only because Biden campaigned on cancelation of all undergraduate student loans, but because Biden absolutely has the authority to use executive power to cancel all federal student debt— an authority granted decades ago by the Higher Education Act." (source)
— Joe Biden is a Ronald Reagan Democrat (@PunkLumberJack) March 8, 2021
Why does it take a request from Congress to get Biden to stop militarizing the police:
"More than two dozen House Democrats are pushing President Biden to issue an executive order banning the transfer of military-grade weapons to local police departments.
In a letter to be sent to the White House on Tuesday afternoon, the lawmakers, led by Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.), argue an executive order is “a reasonable step towards demilitarizing our police forces while preserving the safety of our communities.”"
He promised to do so back in January:
"President Joe Biden is poised to issue executive actions as soon as Tuesday scaling back the use of private prisons and placing new limits on the transfer of military equipment to local law enforcement, according to a person familiar with the matter and a planning document."
Today is the 86th day that Biden has failed to enact the $15/hr minimum wage that he campaigned on being able to deliver. https://t.co/2Oaa5Ft0Tl