America Firster, US House Paul Gosar called out a Marxist Biden administration official, calling for a logical investigation into the motivations for pushing her personal agenda upon the federal government.
US Rep Paul Gosar wrote:
“Political appointees have an obligation to the American people not to bring their special interest agenda to the table. We need answers to the real questions about who the BLM Department Director is working for, special interests or the American people.”
Political appointees have an obligation to the American people not to bring their special interest agenda to the table. We need answers to the real questions about who the BLM Department Director is working for, special interests or the American people. https://t.co/OOSzGT3Nzp
— Rep. Paul Gosar, DDS (@RepGosar) June 16, 2021
Gosar was referring to an entry about Culver:
— Ellen (Len) Montgomery (@ellenruth) June 16, 2021
Congressional Republicans are questioning whether Nada Culver, the Bureau of Land Management’s acting director, has skirted ethics rules by taking actions at BLM that have benefited advocacy groups she worked for in the past decade.
CULVER TIES THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT TO A MARXIST INFILTRATION
A poster on Twitter referred to Culver and her push for the federal government to adopt the Marxist agenda of Black Lives Matter with something called the “Core Act.”
Gosar was right to call Culver out for her Marxist BLM leanings, and she should be investigated for anti-American tactics to infiltrate the US Government.
Back in April eenews reported on how Culver exploited the environmental movement to force America into dependence on foreign energy sources:
Before she took the helm of the Bureau of Land Management, Nada Culver was perhaps best known as a leader in the environmental fight to maintain sage grouse protections in the oil- and gas-rich lands of the West.
In 2017, that fight grew acrimonious. Then-Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke suggested captive breeding of the fat, quirky Western bird as part of a potential rollback of federal regulations that hindered energy development in the sagebrush habitat vital to grouse survival.
Culver, then an attorney for the Wilderness Society, quickly went on the offensive against the Trump administration. Ideas like captive breeding were window dressing on a quest for “unfettered oil and gas development,” she said.
Now we have Communism, Marxism and Environmentalism tied together into an axis of domination and control over the US taxpayer, who may not support the infiltration of our representative Republic.
Using the enticement of nature and American history, the left led by Culver are pushing their utopian dreams of control with emotional triggers, which sounds so wonderful, and actually leads to more corrupt government control over free people.
Consider this ad for the Core Act, which Culver admitted is in alignment with BLM, a Marxist ideology:
It is about government control of federal lands and thereby control of the profit of more natural resources. Natural resources like those that create energy for America thereby control both the means and energy production for the country.
U.S. House passage of the #COREAct builds on momentum to protect some of Colorado’s most iconic, historic, and ecologically significant public lands. Hear why Coloradans are now urging the Senate to move swiftly. #KeepItWild @SenatorBennet @SenatorHick https://t.co/CLTJ9FqVlD
— CORE Act (@PassTheCOREAct) February 26, 2021
Notice the “Core Takeover”. Now that is the real infiltration. Gosar is right.
— CORE Act (@PassTheCOREAct) March 31, 2021
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776