- United States policymakers are voicing concerns against the Securities and Exchange Commission chair.
- The representatives are advocating for the SEC chair’s dismissal.
- The SEC chair has maintained a stringent approach to the crypto industry throughout the year.
Gary Gensler, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chair, has been a central figure for controversy throughout the year, infamous for his “regulation by enforcement” approach to the crypto industry. His actions have targeted several entities and projects, drawing scrutiny from his targets and U.S. policymakers.
Against this backdrop, two house representatives are spearheading efforts to remove Gary Gensler from his position as SEC Chair.
Fire Gary Gensler
Davidson’s ‘Stabilization Act,’ proposed in June 2023, aims to address the perceived shortcomings and corruption within the Securities and Exchange Commission and, particularly, fire Gary Gensler for the “abuses” allowed during his tenure.
The lawmakers asserted that the U.S. capital markets “must be protected from a tyrannical Chairman, including the current one” and initiated a ‘Fire Gary Gensler” campaign on Twitter.
Majority Whip Emmer and Congressman Davidson are not the first to voice discontent with Gary Gensler’s actions. In November, Congressman Tim Burchett introduced an amendment proposal, suggesting a significant salary cut for chair Gensler to $1 annually.
Additionally, House Representative Steve Womack also condemned the contribution of the SEC to a financial drain on the United States, emphasizing the commission’s overreach and aggressive regulatory approach.
The SEC is relentless in its pursuit of Do Kwon; read more:
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Read more about the SEC’s battle against Coinbase this year:
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