Posted BY: 100PercentFedUp.com
In 2021, the Democrat-led Senate voted to give former Obama official and Chief Financial officer for Hillary’s 2016 campaign, Gary Gensler, the job of Chair of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. His term is set to expire in 2026. Very few Republicans agreed on Biden’s pick for the next chair of the powerful FEC.
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It’s now being reported that Mr. Gensler scrubbed at least two meetings with Hillary Clinton and George Soros last month.
Clinton and Soros are two radical and highly controversial figures that could have caused quite a stir and led to many questions about their discussions had the general public known about their meetings. So, why would Biden’s FEC Chair, Gary Gensler, erase any mention of either meeting from his personal calendar? Why would he not want the public to find out about his meetings?
It’s worth noting the FEC chair is the top monitor of all election contributions, of which Geroge Soros and his family members are major donors to Democratic candidates and radical organizations, and Soros himself is tied to over 187 radical organizations. Many of America’s most radical candidates, including Michigan’s Democratic SOS Jocelyn Benson, who reportedly has her eye on becoming Michigan’s next governor, capitalized on donations from Soros family members and groups tied to the anti-American billionaire.
FOX News reports:
Gensler’s public calendar showed that he only had a staff meeting on Aug. 7, 2021, while his private calendar lists a meeting with Clinton, according to a Fox News Digital review. And on Aug. 20, 2021, his public calendar lists a meeting with Soros but hid the meeting’s agenda, which his private calendar shows were to discuss a forthcoming Wall Street Journal op-ed the business magnate was planning to write.
Gensler’s private calendar revealing the discrepancies was obtained by the watchdog group Energy Policy Advocates and shared with Fox News Digital. The group was only able to obtain the internal records after filing a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against the SEC…
Gensler, a former Goldman Sachs executive and Obama administration official, was the chief financial officer for Clinton’s presidential campaign in 2016. The Senate confirmed him to lead the SEC in April 2021, shortly after President Joe Biden selected him for the high-profile position.