Who Is Somah Haaland, The Activist Daughter Of Biden’s Interior Secretary?
- October 13, 2023
Tristan Justice, The Federalist
Radical activism has come to define the Biden administration, and Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland could be the poster child. For instance, just last week, the former congresswoman participated in a bizarre video with a drag queen to promote the false narrative that “queer rights are more under attack than ever.” Meanwhile, the connections of Haaland’s activist 29-year-old daughter, Somah, have become a major cause for concern, leading to multiple ethics complaints against the secretary over fears of undue influence.
In September, the bilingual Hispanic website ADN America documented Somah Haaland’s relationship with a Cuban solidarity group linked to the communist regime’s intelligence apparatus. The connection stems from Somah’s work for the Pueblo Action Alliance (PAA), a far-left, Albuquerque-based climate group that often advocates issues on behalf of the Laguna Pueblo. As a member of the federally recognized tribe, Secretary Haaland became the first American Indian to lead the agency responsible for U.S.-tribal relations.
In February, the nonprofit government watchdog Protect the Public’s Trust (PTT) released emails revealing PAA’s involvement in what was, by Democrats’ standards, an “insurrection” at the Interior Department two years ago. Recently uncovered photos AAF shared with The Federalist suggest Somah was involved in another turbulent demonstration on government property in Washington, D.C., the same week activists stormed the agency her mother leads.