“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.
As Biden’s advisor, Podesta will be in charge of allocating $370 billion in funding allocated in the Orwellian-named “Inflation Reduction Act” to green energy projects backed by some of Wall Street’s wealthiest Progressive investors.
“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.”
Most notably the chairman of failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Podesta also served former President Barack Obama. The late conservative media maven Andrew Breitbart recognized Podesta as one of the biggest, most corrupt figures in Washington, D.C., repeatedly challenging him publicly.