It was revealed this week that Gensler scrubbed evidence of numerous meetings he had with these two, as well as some that occurred back in September with Nancy Pelosi and former Bill Clinton White House official-turned-D.C. consultant, Minyon Moore.
Gensler was also an official in the Obama regime, by the way, as well as the campaign CEO for Hillary Clinton's failed 2016 bid for the presidency. He also worked at now-defunct FTX as an associate – and has maintained two separate calendars ever since becoming the SEC chairman.
The one calendar is for public consumption, suggesting that Gensler is just doing his job on behalf of the American people. The other – his real one – shows that he is actually just another corrupt globalist on the taxpayer dole who serves his fellow money masters. (Related: Gensler is also part of the ESG investing climate cult.)
On Aug. 7, 2021, for instance, Gensler's public calendar shows that he only had one engagement, a staff meeting. His private calendar, however, shows a meeting with Clinton that day.
Thirteen days later on Aug. 20, 2021, Gensler's public calendar showed a meeting with Soros, but the agenda itself was hidden. Gensler's private calendar for that day shows that the true purpose of this meeting was to discuss an upcoming Soros op-ed for The Wall Street Journal criticizing BlackRock for launching investment products for Chinese customers, but also applauding the company's Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) agenda.
The only reason any of this is now known is because a watchdog group called Energy Policy Advocates filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the SEC. Through this, it was revealed that Gensler is just another snake, it appears, in the infested snake pit of Washington, D.C.
Initially, the SEC lied, claiming that Gensler's Clinton meeting was fully visible on the public calendar. When confronted with actual screenshots showing this was not the case, an SEC spokesperson tried to claim that the calendars are updated "from time to time."
The same is true for Gensler's repeated meetings with Pelosi, which were never on his public calendar until recently after the spotlight started to get shined on this cockroach.
"That even George Soros is calling out progressive darling BlackRock for craven blundering is striking – even if it did carry the requisite, tribal praise for BlackRock's truly damaging 'ESG' (environmental, social and governance) campaigning to impose their shared 'climate' agenda on the U.S., an agenda also much to China's delight," said Chris Horner, a lawyer representing Energy Policy Advocates.
"That it appears Soros received counsel from Gary Gensler on the mega-donor's call for more SEC powers as a result is truly astonishing."
What this all goes to show, Horner went on to say in a statement, is that Gensler is "deeply politicizing a supposedly independent commission." After all, Gensler had previously worked as Clinton's "Progressive Beacon" before becoming the SEC chairman.
"His calendar indicates he knew the purpose of the meeting," Horner added about Gensler's meeting with Clinton. "It seems important to know whose idea this was, why, what was said arranging it, and through what channel."
Republicans continue to heavily criticize Gensler for pushing progressive policies, including a climate disclosure rule that would require publicly traded companies to share carbon emissions data and other such information.
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