Biden’s Communist Nominee for the Treasury will go up in smoke

Saule Omarova, Lenin Prize-winning scholar who did Master’s Thesis in Marxist Economics that she refused to apply and who came up with the idea of ​​eliminating private banking in the United States (no, seriously), will be Stalin-style removed from the history books due to five Democratic defections in the United States Senate.

“Five Senate Democrats told the White House late Wednesday that they would not support Lenin scholarship recipient Saule Omarova as a Currency Controller, missing out on her chance to become one. the country’s banker,” Chuck Ross of the Washington Free Beacon report.

“The Democratic Party — Sens. Jon Tester (D., Mont.), Kyrsten Sinema (D., Ariz.), Mark Kelly (D., Ariz.), Mark Warner (D., Va.) And John Hickenlooper (D., Colo.) — Join all the Republicans in the Senate in opposition to Omarova, who came under supervision about her proposal to use the banking system to ‘bankrupt’ the oil and gas industry and her education in the Soviet Union. Axios report Wednesday that the Democrats have informed the White House that they will not endorse Biden’s nominee.”

The post hit the gulag wall last week after a tough session in the US Senate where her chances were effectively ‘tickled’.

“Republican senators described her as a communist, a socialist and a radical on Thursday, respectively, but it was the cautious stance of moderate Democrats that Hoa spoke the loudest about Saule Omarovaprospect of becoming one of the country’s leading banking regulators, ”New York Times note.

“Multiple Sclerosis. Omarova, President Biden’s pick to lead the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, was faced with fierce opposition from industry groups and Republican lawmakers, with critics sometimes citing her birthplace – the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan – and her upbringing in Moscow as reasons to doubt her. ,” the Times commented disapprovingly.

It was not Moscow’s birth or upbringing that aroused suspicion in the Senators as much as Omarova’s brazen Marxist ideas, ideas that would completely destroy the American capitalist system if implemented. presently. Radio Free Europe got a glimpse of her foundation of education.

“Omarova is a controversial choice. Born in Kazakhstan SSR in 1966, she went to school in the provincial town of Oral (known in Russian as Uralsk),” said RFERL. “After excelling at school, she studied philosophy at Moscow State University, winning the VI Lenin Scholarship for her academic excellence. Her career path took a significant turn in December 1991 when the Soviet Union collapsed while Omarova was attending a university in the United States. ”

“The young Kazakh girl was able to stay in Wisconsin to complete her PhD in political science, then embark on a successful career in law and academia,” the report continued.

In a 2020 interview, Omarova said of leaving the Soviet Union: “Honestly, to this day, I feel guilty for leaving the country at such an important time,” and said joked, “because obviously they couldn’t stand it. together without me.”

Yet even her purported oath to embrace American capitalism at the Senate’s nonconfirmation hearings did not save her.

“I’ve loved this country and its people since Day One,” she said, praising the US’s “dynamic and diverse market”.

When attacked for her intellectual views, she used the familiar card all Radical Democrats use: Her Identity.

“I was an easy target,” she said. “One immigrant, one woman, one ethnic minority. I don’t look like your typical currency calculator. I have a different history. I am very susceptible to the devil and slander.”

Saule Omarova later swore before the US Senate that “I am not a communist.” Speak like a true communist.

Dasvidaniya, Comrades. We hardly know you.


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