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The Indictment of Secretary Deb Halaand: Corruption and Mismanagement at the Department of Interior




The Indictment of Secretary Deb Haaland: Corruption and Mismanagement at the Department of Interior

In a recent congressional hearing, Senator Josh Hawley (R-MO) sharply questioned Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland about corruption within the Department of the Interior. The intense grilling session has brought to light serious allegations involving foreign criminals, harmful medical experiments, and questionable interests in American Indian land.


Senator Hawley’s questioning was pointed and direct. At one critical juncture, he demanded clarity on Haaland’s role and accountability:


“Are you the secretary of the Department of Interior? I thought that’s why you were here. Are you the secretary? Don’t look at her, look at me,” Hawley said.


Haaland responded with composure, stating, “I provide the vision, I provide the overall direction and mission.” However, her response did little to quell the concerns about the integrity and leadership of the Department.


The allegations against the Department of the Interior are severe. It has come to light that money and bribes have been exchanged with foreign criminals who were conducting harmful medical experiments on people in Philadelphia. These revelations have understandably caused outrage and demand for accountability.


Moreover, the involvement of The Wilderness Society, a foreign entity, has raised eyebrows. Their interests in American Indian land suggest deeper issues of exploitation and mismanagement. This is particularly concerning as many misclassified American Indians continue to suffer in exile in their own land, marginalized and deprived of their rightful heritage and resources.


The Urban Indian Heritage Society stands firmly against any form of corruption and exploitation, especially when it impacts the most vulnerable communities. The allegations against Secretary Haaland and the Department of the Interior need to be thoroughly investigated to ensure justice and integrity within our governmental institutions.


It is imperative that the voices of the American Indian communities are heard and respected. The exploitation of American Indian land and resources by foreign entities like The Wilderness Society must be scrutinized and stopped. Misclassified American Indians should not languish in exile due to bureaucratic mismanagement and corruption.


As this situation unfolds, the Urban Indian Heritage Society will continue to monitor and report on these critical issues, advocating for transparency, accountability, and justice for all American Indians. It is essential for our heritage and the future of our communities that we address these injustices and ensure that those in power are held accountable for their actions.



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