Report: Biden nominee locked access to her college thesis calling for anti-child population control
- July 11, 2021
Scott A. Davis, Law Enforcement Today
President Joe Biden’s nominee to head the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) who called for population control and called American children an “environmental hazard” in her master’s thesis requested access to the paper be locked.
Protect the Public’s Trust, a government watchdog group, filed a complaint on Tuesday with the acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia against Stone-Manning, asking for an investigation into whether she violated federal law by providing false information to Congress.
The group said in a statement:
“In answering the committee’s official questionnaire, Ms. Stone-Manning appears to have knowingly and willfully concealed or covered up a material fact in order to deceive the U.S. Senate and the American public about the true nature of her involvement in an eco-terrorism case.
“She was granted immunity for her testimony in the case that resulted in at least one individual serving prison time. The facts, including as revealed by a U.S. Attorney and Ms. Stone-Manning’s previous assertions, warrant a full investigation.”