Joe Biden is aligning himself with Clinton lackeys once again.
Biden has announced that Democrat lobbyist John Podesta will be his advisor in allocating over $370 billion dollars from the Inflation Reduction Act.
In times past Podesta has worked alongside Bill Clinton, Barrack Obama, and Hillary Clinton.
It appears whenever a Democrat gains power, Podesta always finds a way inside of the White House.
In 2016, thousands of Podesta’s emails were leaked and uploaded to Wikileaks.
Several of Podesta’s emails were extremely bizarre and contained massive amounts of food orders for hotdogs/pizza which led to pizzagate.
Breaking News: President Biden named John Podesta, who led the Obama White House on climate strategy, to oversee $370 billion in clean energy funds under a landmark new climate law. https://t.co/87o4ITOqwi
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 2, 2022
John Podesta doesn't give a damn about the climate. This is in your face money laundering and political bribery, and he's in charge of greasing the skids. https://t.co/D32u14j90y
— Jordan Schachtel @ dossier.today (@JordanSchachtel) September 2, 2022
Breitbart had more on the story:
President Joe Biden plans to bring in one of Washington’s biggest swamp creatures to help him allocate funds for climate change and green energy.
“His deep roots in climate and clean energy policy and his experience at senior levels of government mean we can truly hit the ground running,” Biden said about Podesta to the New York Times.
Podesta has been in Washington for decades, slipping in and out of past administrations, pulling the strings to gain enormous personal power and wealth.
As Biden’s advisor, Podesta will be in charge of allocating $370 billion in funding allocated in the so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” to green energy projects backed by some of Wall Street’s wealthiest liberal investors.
Podesta told the Times he would focus on the goal of transforming America away from oil and fossil fuels.
“The transformation of the energy economy is going to be the biggest thing economically that is happening in this country,” he said, promising to work to create “a future that is not blighted by the threat of climate change.”
If you don’t think Podesta is a swamp creature yet, just take a look at his art collection:
John Podesta’s art collection. pic.twitter.com/Luic5faxWn
— Omar Navarro (@RealOmarNavarro) September 3, 2022
Biden plans to bring in one of Washington’s biggest swamp creatures to help him allocate funds for climate change and green energy: John Podesta. https://t.co/QdTMMsRuOD
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) September 2, 2022
The New York Times had these details to report:
President Biden on Friday appointed John Podesta, a veteran Washington insider who spearheaded the Obama administration’s climate strategy, to oversee the federal investment of $370 billion in clean energy under a landmark new climate law.
As a senior adviser to Mr. Biden on clean energy innovation, Mr. Podesta will shape how the government disburses billions of dollars in tax credits and incentives to industries that are developing wind and solar energy, as well as to consumers who want to install solar panels, heat and cool their homes with electric heat pumps or buy electric vehicles.
In addition to his time in the Obama administration, Mr. Podesta, 73, served as chief of staff to President Bill Clinton and was chairman of Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful campaign for president in 2016. He founded the Center for American Progress, a left leaning think tank, and is now chairman of its board. From that perch, Mr. Podesta has informally been advising the Biden administration, pushing the White House to act more aggressively on climate change.
In bringing on Mr. Podesta, Mr. Biden continues to surround himself with veterans of past Democratic administrations, old hands who can step into challenging positions without on-the-job training.
“His deep roots in climate and clean energy policy and his experience at senior levels of government mean we can truly hit the ground running,” Mr. Biden said of Mr. Podesta in a statement.
Mr. Podesta will begin work at the White House on Tuesday as Gina McCarthy, the president’s national climate adviser, gets ready to depart on Sept. 16, administration officials said.
Ms. McCarthy, 68, who played a central role in integrating climate policy across federal agencies and increasing government support for wind and solar development, had been widely expected to step down for months. Ms. McCarthy has told asso