Sen. Hawley SHREDS Corrupt Biden Regime by Exposing How Off the Books Meetings with Foreign Billionaires Are Shaping Policy

Republican Sen. Josh Hawley grilled Biden’s Interior Secretary Deb Haaland about a shady interaction with a left-wing environmental group that could reveal who is REALLY calling the shots in Biden’s government.

The group in question was “The Wilderness Society” which, Hawley points out, is funded primarily by Hansjord Wyss – a European billionaire who is known for being a rabid liberal and has also been investigated in the past for making illegal campaign contributions in America.

Wyss, who made his money from poisoning people and running illegal clinical trials on humans, sits on the board of governors for this left-wing environmental group.

When Hawley asks the Biden official about whether or not anyone from her department had met with the Wilderness Society, she plays dumb while refusing to answer – and for good reason.

Hawley reveals that her department did in fact meet with the leftist group WHILE they were being sued by the group, and did so off the books!

 

In July 2021 the Wilderness Society reached out to the Department of Interior to ask for a secret off the calendar meeting.

The corrupt interior department happily complied and then CAVED to the group’s demand that a critical mineral mine in Minnesota BE SHUT DOWN.

Hawley exposes the fact that this shady foreign dark money group effectively used an off the books meeting to “convince” the Biden government to give in and make a devasting policy decision which would ultimately hurt America.

“We have a corruption problem in this government, madame secretary and frankly, we have a corruption problem in your department.”

Watch this video to make sense of why the Biden regime is making the many horrible decisions they make.


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