President Joe Biden’s nominee for the Office of Comptroller of the Currency, a position within the Treasury Department, called for the ‘’elimination of all private bank accounts.’’
Omarova, a Cornell University law professor who attended undergraduate school in Moscow, Russia, on a Vladimir Lenin Scholarship, witnessed major changes in the financial system. Her nomination is pending in the Senate. The Comptroller of the currency oversees the nation’s banking system.
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“There will be no more private bank accounts, and all of the deposit accounts will be held directly at the Fed,” Omarova said in a March 2021 speech.
She commented during the experiment about what would happen if the US implemented the ideas in her paper on transforming the financial system.
“Imagine what would it be like if instead of being just a public option for deposit banking, this would be actually the full transition; in other words, there will be no more private bank deposit accounts, and all of the deposit accounts will be held directly at the [Federal Reserve] and there are very interesting implications from that thought experiment,” Omarova said.
In her version, Omarova calls for “structural reforms that would radically redefine the role of a central bank as the ultimate public platform for generating, modulating, and allocating financial resources in a democratic economy — the People’s Ledger.”
“By separating their lending function from their monetary function, the proposed reform will effectively ‘end banking,’ as we know it,” Omarova said.
“These are very, very radical ideas. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever seen a more radical choice for any regulatory spot in our federal government,” Toomey said in October, referring to the nominee’s views on banking.
The WH stated that they supported her nomination.
“Saule Omarova is eminently qualified and was nominated for this role because of her lifetime of work on financial regulation, including in the private sector, in government, and as a leading academic in the field,” the White House told Fox Business last week. “The White House continues to strongly support her historic nomination.”
“Some of Ms. Omarova’s past statements about the role of government in the financial system raise real concerns about her ability to impartially serve at the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, and I’m looking forward to meeting with her to discuss them,” Sen. John Tester of Montana said last week.
Hear her statement.
If you thought Biden nominee Saule Omarova’s plan to bankrupt the fossil fuel industry was a slip of the tongue, watch her discuss how to:
“Starve them of their sources of capital.” pic.twitter.com/MNXl7dIxUN
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“We want them to go bankrupt if we want to tackle climate change,” Omarova said.