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Nepotism in Biden’s Appointment House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn Daughter to Federal Commission

Friday, October 1, 2021 // Research

Biden nominated the daughter of House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn to be the Federal Chairperson of the Southeast Crescent Regional Commission. Jennifer Clyburn Reed’s nomination to the post comes amidst allegations of nepotism from President Barack Obama’s former Director of the Office of Government Ethics. Many see Clyburn Reed’s appointment as payoff for Rep. Clyburn’s […]

Pay-to-Play in DC as Biden Picks Loyal Donors for Top Diplomat Spots

Tuesday, September 7, 2021 // Research

Joe Biden’s summer tranche of nominees to fill positions in the highest levels of the US government is flush with political donors and loyal allies. The American Accountability Foundation reviewed 22 individuals nominated to be Ambassadors for diplomatically critical appointments and found all but a few going to political loyalists, mega donors, defectors, and campaign […]

Carlton Waterhouse, Biden’s EPA Nominee, is Beyond the Pale Even for Biden’s Leftist Administration – Sees a Racist America that Does Not Exist

Thursday, July 29, 2021 // Research

Carlton Waterhouse, President Biden’s nominee for Assistant Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency is a radical leftist who is obsessed with race in every aspect of American life.  His obsession with race has led him to recommend racially separate elementary and secondary school systems, special tax benefits based on race, to oppose the civil rights […]

Marcela Escobari’s Ties to George Soros and Questionable Private Money Streams

Wednesday, July 28, 2021 // Research

Marcela Escobari is Biden’s nominee to be the head of the Bureau of Latin American and the Caribbean at the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Escobari’s past personal and professional ties to associates close to George Soros make this a nomination deserving of more scrutiny. USAID is the primary distributor of taxpayer dollars […]

BLM Nominee Admits to Violating Congressional Ethics Laws and Likely Committed Mortgage Fraud

Thursday, July 15, 2021 // Research

Tracy Stone Manning’s Questions for the Record were returned to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and they show that she likely violated Congressional Ethic Laws and she likely committed mortgage fraud. AAF had outlined in its previous report that the loan she took from Montana developer Stuart Goldberg was deeply problematic. Stone-Manning’s answers […]