|Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland & and Marxist Spawn Somah Haaland|
An environmental coalition that has worked with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland’s daughter and successfully petitioned her mother’s agency to implement a New Mexico oil and gas drilling ban, openly associates with the Venceremos Brigade (VB), a U.S.-based organization that facilitates trips for young Americans to visit Cuba, where they are reportedly greeted and groomed by Cuban intelligence agents, ADN has learned based on a collection of information published online, social media accounts, news stories and official reports.
Since its inception in 1969, the Venceremos Brigade took aim at influencing Americans interested in politics, particularly those with a radically sympathetic ear. In 1977, the New York Times revealed details from an August 1976 FBI report that found Cuban intelligence agents “arranged for American youths to be inculcated with revolutionary fervor and, occasionally, to be trained in practical weaponry by Cuban military officers through the so‐called Venceremos Brigades.”
“In this case, you have the daughter of an administration official, who has built-in access to her mother and her connections… This enables her to give a heads up [to others] who her mother has problems with, and who is and who is not friends with Cuba.”
Deb Haaland’s interaction with her daughter’s radical employer is already the subject of a recent ethics complaint filed this Aug. 17 with the DOI Inspector General. The complaint, which was filed by Protect the Public Trust (PPT), a government watchdog group, accused the interior secretary of “deeply troubling ethical breaches.”
The PPT complaint was filed after it was discovered that Deb Haaland participated in a 2022 documentary film aimed at outlawing the development of oil and gas drilling leases near New Mexico’s Chaco Culture National Historic Park (CCNHP).
Since taking office as Interior secretary Deb Haaland has walling off Minnesota’s Superior National Forest from mining has benefited the communist Cuban regime by forcing the U.S. to turn to Canadian companies that sell minerals extracted from lands illegally seized by the left's hero Fidel Castro after the 1959 Cuban Revolution.