WEF Graduates in the USA - Elected June, 2022

With the elections, it is time to update the master WEF Graduate list.

I need your help. A new crop of elected officials or those running in November primaries were selected by United States citizens yesterday.

So here is the job: please compare the list of World Economic Forum Graduates below to any new elected official(s) that you are aware of from yesterday’s election. It there are any changes to the existing politicians careers or electoral status, please leave the changes in the comments also.

These WEF graduates have their primary alliances with a foreign entity, that being the WEF. They should register as foreign agents in my opinion. Are these the ones that “we the people” really want running OUR country?

If any of the people listed below are up for re-election in 2022, please also make note of that in the comments. Let’s see if we can’t generate an updated and complete list of those we need to work to ensure their electoral loss!

Thank you everyone for your help in this – it means a great deal to me.

Please search this list for newly elected politicians in the USA (note additions in the comments).

List of US Politicians (please update in the comments):

Huma Abedin US Department of State Deputy chief of staff and aide to Hillary Clinton (2009– 2013) and vice chair of Hillary’s presidential campaign

Penny Abeywardena Mayors office City of New York Mayors office City of New York

Robert E. Andrews United States House of Representatives Congressman from New Jersey (D), 1st District

Ruben Barrales Office of the President of the United States Assistant to the President and Director, Intergovernmental Affairs

Evan Bayh Senate of Indiana, USA Senator Indiana (1999–2011) Karan K. Bhatia Office of the US Trade Deputy Trade Representative

Matt Blunt State of Missouri Governor of Missouri

David A. Bray Atlantic Council GeoTech Center Federal Communications Commission

Aja Brown City of Compton, California Mayor of Compton

Carol M. Browner Office of the President of the United States Assistant to the President for Energy and Climate Change Policy (2009–2011)

George P. Bush Texas General Land Office Land Commissioner (2015–)

Pete Buttigieg Government of the United States  Secretary of Transportation (2021–)

Julian Castro Government of the US US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (2014 –2017)

David Chiu City of San Francisco City Attorney of San Francisco

Jim Cooper U.S. House of Representatives Democrat Congressman Tennessee 32 yrs

Tom Cotton U.S. Senate Senator from Arkansas (R)

Daniel Crenshaw United States Congress Rep. from Texas, 2nd District (2019–)

Artur Davis US Congress Congressman from Alabama, 7th District (D)

Brian Deese National Economic Council National Economic Council

Joshua DuBois White House Office of Faith Based and Neighborhood Partnerships   Sophal Ear Crescenta Valley Town Council, California Council Member

Mike Espy Government of the US Secretary of Agriculture (1993–1994)

Daniel C. Esty State of Connecticut, USA Commissioner, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (2011–2014)

Jon Favreau Office of the President of the United States Office of the President of the United States

Steven Fulop Jersey City, N.J. Mayor of Jersey City (2013–)

Tulsi Gabbard United States House of Representatives Congresswoman from Hawaii (D), 2nd District

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