White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients โ€ข James Okeefe, O'Keefe Media Group
In a recent undercover video released by James O'Keefe's O'Keefe Media Group, Tyler Robinson, Special Advisor to the Administrator of the US Small Business Administration, made startling claims about political influence within the Biden administration.

Robinson referred to former Facebook Board Member and White House Chief of Staff Jeff Zients as the "second most powerful person in Washington," explaining that Zients has a large amount of control over what President Joe Biden does. "Whatever [Zients] says, it's what the President says," Robinson claimed.

When asked if Zients has more power and influence than Vice President Kamala Harris, Robinson confirmed "Yeah."

Moreover, Robinson suggested that former President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton remain influential behind the scenes at the White House.

Robinson revealed that Small Business Administration Administrator Isabel Guzman is extensively involved in political activities, alleging that she is directed by the White House to campaign for President Joe Biden under the guise of engaging with small business owners.

Robinson cited an example where Guzman was instructed to engage with Montana Democrat Senator Jon Tester, while excluding Republican representatives. O'Keefe explained in his post on X:
"Under the guise of talking to small business owners, Guzman travels across the country to help elect Democrats - especially swing state Democrats. The White House was like, yes, go. Invite Senator Tester. Don't invite the other Senator because he's a Republican. And don't invite the two members of Congress because they're Republicans."
O'Keefe raised concerns that these actions may violate the Hatch Act, which prohibits federal employees from engaging in partisan political activities and campaigning for or against candidates. Despite this, Robinson described Guzman as a "spokesperson for Biden" and indicated a preference for engaging with Democratic members of Congress to support their reelection campaigns.
"We try to visit with a member of Congress if they're a Democrat...Just because then we can help them get re-elected as well."