Skip to comments.Emails Reveal Cordray’s Plot to Appoint Own Successor
Posted on 02/02/2018 12:26:25 PM PST by Cheerio
Left-wing websites led former director's attempt to subvert WH authority
Newly released emails reveal the machinations of former director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Richard Cordray to appoint his own successor.
The failed attempt to install Leandra English as acting director of the CFPB last year began after Cordray found the idea in two left-wing websites, which argued it was "illegal" for the president to appoint the director of an executive branch agency.
Cause of Action Institute, a nonprofit oversight group, obtained internal emails through a Freedom of Information Act request between Cordray, English, and other CFPB officials during the days leading up to his resignation.
The group found that in Cordray's final days his leadership team "scrambled to plan a gambit to usurp the president's appointment authority and allow Cordray to name his own successor."
(Excerpt) Read more at freebeacon.com ...
They were just trying to extend the Kenyanesian Usurpation.
And “diversity” allows that cancer to grow unchecked. Which is why they are more concerned with what immigrants receive from the non immigrants, then vice-a-versa.
DEMS don’t know what’s in the Constitution and don’t care. They make up the rules that they want to follow and the facts/laws be damned.
Totalitarians typically anoint their successors.
didn’t a court rule in cordreys favor this week?
Maybe, I’m not sure of when that happened, but it was very recently.
actually, a court just dismissed this lawsuit:
another court declared the cfpb “constitutional” a couple of days ago:
Thank you for the information.
I misinterpreted the Reason headline.
Winning is a good feeling!
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