Conservative groups are criticizing ties between officials in the Biden administration and liberal outside groups pressuring it on climate change, the filibuster and other left-wing causes.
President Biden’s White House has close ties to a left-wing dark money group that seeks to expand the Supreme Court.
Today, Americans for Public Trust filed a Hatch Act complaint with the Office of Special Counsel against Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Marcia Fudge.
After the Center for Disease Control and Prevention announced they would not be releasing its long awaited guidance for vaccinated Americans, APT submitted Freedom of Information Act requests calling on the release of internal communications regarding the decision.
Liberal dark money groups spent a record-breaking $145 million to get Joe Biden elected, and now they are cashing in. These groups are pushing President Biden to nominate dark money appointees and pass their extreme left-wing policies.
APT Executive Director Caitlin Sutherland discusses APT’s ad on Biden’s ties to dark money.
Today, APT launches its first ad campaign highlighting the dark money influence in the Biden administration.