Watchdog Group Sues to Prove HHS Boss Lied Under Oath
- October 27, 2022
G. McConway, The Conservative Journal Review
It is not a secret that his administration is really pushing a racist narrative down everyone’s throat.
When Health and Human Services Secretary Becerra was under oath before Congress, he was asked about this agenda by Rep. Gary Palmer (R-AL).
Becerra claimed that the narrative that the idea that the administration has an “anti-racism” plan that includes a “clinic-wide review” of doctor ideology, including their “commitment to anti-racism” was “driven by mis- and disinformation.” He even challenged Palmer to find the information.
Watchdog group Protect the Public’s Trust took Becerra up on that.
The organization filed a Freedom of Information Act request seeking all records with “anti-racism” or “antiracism” in them connected to Becerra, Administrator of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services Chiquita Brooks-LaSure, and HHS Chief of Staff Sean McCluskie.
Now, I would say that is a pretty narrow search: two words and three officials. Yet, the HHS has declined the request, saying that the search needs to be narrowed.