Biden Nominates A Marxist To The Treasury Department

There are so many things that the Biden administration is trying to push through, it's hard to keep up.

The latest is Biden's nominee for the Treasury Department, Saule Omarova, who is a graduate from the University of Moscow, and a self-proclaimed Marxist.

Her views have been documented because she shared them publicly, no political opinion.

"She is an immigrant from the Soviet Union who studied on a Lenin scholarship" said Thomas Jones with the American Accountability Foundation, "And has brought that Marxist perspective to the United States, and a radical agenda promoting some really leftist reforms to America's financial system."

Two of the biggest items on her list? Omarova believes that all banks should be shut down in the U.S., and that we should all have federal accounts that are controlled by the government. And if that's not bad enough, she said that she would like the oil and gas industry to go bankrupt, for the sake of climate change.

"We've known for a long time that renewables just can't cut it on their own, and the only way to make them viable is to destroy their competitors" Jones told KTRH, "When we go to the pump, we're going to fill-up with $7 a gallon gas because we have a radical that kills our industry. It's really just terrible."

The fact that she is even being nominated is unfathomable, and as Jones points out, this is not just some throw government appointed position.

"This is one of the most important positions that's not a cabinet position, and people don't pay attention enough" Jones said, "Somebody that is going to regulate 80% of the banks in the United States? Really, really troubling to have somebody in such an important position."

All 50 Republican Senators have vowed to block her selection, and as Jones notes, West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin probably won't want to vote for someone who wants to kill the fossil fuel industry, which is so big in his state.

Saule Omarova's first Senate hearing is scheduled for tomorrow.

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