The Gary Gensler And Soros Connection May Be The Missing Puzzle Piece

December 14, 2022 10:06 am Comments

Gary Gensler, the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission is facing increased scrutiny this week.

The current S.E.C. chair is accused of holding secret meetings with George Soros, Hillary Clinton, and Nancy Pelosi; Gensler then attempted to hide evidence of the meetings by keeping them off the public calendar…

Since then, the public-facing SEC calendar has been updated to include these meetings.

It should not be forgotten that Gensler was Hillary Clinton’s CFO during the Russiagate scandal and seems to be a key operative for the Democrat Party.

Policymakers, influencers, and independent media outlets all speculate that Gensler is the connecting piece between the collapse of FTX, Ukraine, George Soros, and the Democrat Party.

Are we seeing one more puzzle piece added and the biggest scandal in our lifetime coming to light?

The digital asset investor and others seem to think so:

According to Fox News:

Archived copies of Gensler’s public calendar also show the SEC hid September 2021 meetings with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Washington, D.C.-based consultant Minyon Moore, a former White House official. The public calendar has now been updated to show those meetings as well.

Meanwhile, on Sept. 6, 2021 — about two weeks after the meeting between Gensler and Soros — the Wall Street Journal published an op-ed written by Soros. Gensler’s private calendar, but not his public calendar, states the purpose of the Aug. 20 meeting was “re: WSJ op-ed.”

In the article, Soros blasted major asset manager BlackRock for launching investment products for Chinese customers while applauding the company’s environmental policies. Soros eventually argued that Congress should pass legislation to give the already powerful SEC more regulatory authority.


Trending Politics adds:

Gary Gensler, a former Goldman Sachs executive and Obama administration official, was appointed by President Joe Biden as the SEC chief in April 2021; Gensler was the chief financial officer for Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

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