Tracy Stone-Manning was confirmed as director of the BLM in a 50-45 party-line vote last month
a government Supervision group is pressuring Department of the Interior (DOI) to check the IG eco-terror links and misleading statements made by any one of the President Biden’s latest official.
Government watchdog Protect the Public Trust (PPT) has filed a complaint regarding Biden’s new Bureau of Land Management (BLM) director Tracy Stone-Manning.
The complaint calls on the DOI inspector general to investigate stone-manning’s links to the 1989 tree spiking plot by eco-terror group Earth First! Which became the focal point of his turbulent nomination.
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Tree spiking is a dangerous and violent eco-terrorism strategy where metal rods are inserted to prevent trees from being cut down. The metal rods saw that, in turn, have seriously injured people, such as a mill worker whose jaw was split in two by a blast saw.
Additionally, according to a press release obtained by Granthshala News, the complaint calls on the Inspector General to “look into the action” of other DOI employees who may have “assisted Congress in misrepresenting facts.”
“The American public expects high-ranking public servants to act with the highest level of integrity and integrity,” Michael Chamberlain, director of Protect the Public Trust, said in the release. “Certainly, being in a position to lead an agency with 10,000 employees and a portfolio including a large tract of American land should exemplify these traits.”
“Unfortunately, the answers to Ms. Stone-Manning’s legitimate inquiries from elected representatives of the public do not appear to be anywhere close to this standard,” he continued. “Even more disappointing is that despite the declarations to be the most ethical in the history of the Biden administration, Ms. Stone-Manning’s ethical challenges do not appear to be unique to Secretary Haaland’s Department of the Interior.”
In a 50-45 party-line vote, Tracy Stone-Manning was confirmed as director of the BLM last month.
The vote came amid a turbulent White House debate over the complex crisis and the political noise over the infrastructure bill, with Senate Democrats slipping through the confirmation of the controversial candidate.
Stone-Manning’s nomination saw strong opposition from conservatives in Congress and outside the hall, with Adam Brandon, president of the conservative and liberal advocacy group FreedomWorks, saying it “should come as no surprise” that Biden’s nominee expressed his views. Given that they have cooperated with the environment. – terrorist group with links to Ted Kaczynski.”
Stone-Manning eventually lost support from prominent supporters and former Democrat officials, including the Dallas Safari Club and former Obama-era BLM leaders.
Houston Keene is a reporter for Granthshala News Digital. You can find him on Twitter at @HoustonKeene.