Biden Picks New Head Of “USAID” — And It’s a Doozy

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Joe Biden has chosen his head of the United States Agency for International Development.

Samantha Power, former UN ambassador during Obama’s time in office. Listen to this insane spin about her, Power is “a globally-renowned voice of moral clarity and conscience.” Try to avoid laughing when she says “ingenuity.”

Biden’s cabinet picks all have issues like this, he is forced to make propaganda to correct the problems.

Can we claim they’re trying to restructure Obama’s administration? Everything bad about the Obama presidency with the added spin of Biden’s cognitive decline.

Samantha Power’s previous corruption has been featured prominently and there has never been real explanation given, even years after.

Former Acting DNI Ric Grenell slammed the choice and reminded everyone of her previous failures.

Others also slammed her mistakes.

But among the concerns should be about how Obama used USAID and how this nomination could mean a possible return of those terrible agendas.

USAID is the organization that distributes a lot of money to foreign nations. Accusations swirled during Obama’s presidency that USAID was used to aid liberal agendas in right-leaning nations including in Albania, Macedonia, Hungary and nations in Latin America and Africa. Six GOP senators wrote to Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in 2017 to push this concern, especially the question of USAID money being handed over to Soros-linked groups.

From Fox News:

Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, among the co-signers, even stated that foreign political leaders have directly came to him with “information of American activity in their nations.”

He stated: “This includes information about diplomats helping liberal politicians, USAID funds going to extreme and even violent activists, and the American Government working against conservatives and moderates. … This kind of favoritism from our mission around the globe can’t continue.”

While the GOP brought up the topic, no one has an answer about what was ever done about investigating it. Although there was a general realignment in political views in the State Department.

So with the return of Power, will we see a return to this truly agenda-filled practice? Or maybe this could be a good time for those six GOP senators to ask the question again, now that Power is returning?