Republican Sen. Pat Toomey requested the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s watchdog to look at how the administration has been forcing senior officers out so they can be replaced by radical communists, more in line with Biden’s handlers.
Toomey, the Senate Banking Committee’s top Republican, asked Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) Inspector General Mark Bialekto to look at what has been happening and then to possibly open an investigation into the pressure placed on senior officials to get rid of them. This includes early retirement packages.
The CFPB was the brainchild of Elizabeth Warren.
Toomey referenced a recent Government Executive report, which laid out how President Joe Biden is using dubious methods to get senior officials at the CFPB to get them to leave.
“The political leadership of the [CFPB] under the Biden Administration has been taking unusual and possibly unlawful actions to push out top-level career civil servants at the CFPB to fill those civil service positions with hand-picked loyalists.”
“I request that your office promptly review the allegations. If found credible, I ask that you open an investigation into whether any CFPB officials—or other officials in the federal government—violated any employment or other laws in connection with the matter described above.”
He has also sent letters to Acting CFPB Director Dave Uejio and Biden’s nominee to lead the agency, Rohit Chopra, about the alleged actions taken at the agency since Biden took over. he has given them just until next week to give him answers. Toomey is retiring from the Senate to make room for someone who is not a RINO.
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“It was very clear that there was no respect for senior executives that worked at the agency,” an unnamed official who currently works at the CFPB told GovExec. “The way they’re treating career executives is terrible.”
The CFPB even opened an investigation into one top official’s “hiring actions” forcing them to go on paid administrative leave while the probe is conducted, according to GovExec. Multiple sources with knowledge of the investigation characterized it as “frivolous” and an attempt to create a vacancy.
“It’s accurate to say there has been a push to get rid of top career people there,” a former CFPB official who left the agency after Biden was sworn in told GovExec. “I don’t think it’s a coincidence.”