Clinton mentions Podesta and children – gets savaged by the internet


HEADLINE: John Podesta to succeed John Kerry as top U.S. climate diplomat

According to The Washington Post, President Biden will appoint senior adviser John D. Podesta as the new U.S. special climate envoy, replacing outgoing climate envoy John F. Kerry this spring.

This news thrilled Hillary Clinton as it affects the “mastermind” behind her presidential run in 2016 and close ally of the Clintons and Obamas.

The internet was not kind to Hillary’s X post mentioning children as Podesta has often been linked to the Epstein pedophile island story. Not least by his bizarre choice in art. Note the red shoes on these pre-pubescent children. If you follow such things you will know about the conspiracy theory associated with red shoes, children and some members of the global elite. While the rumors must be untrue, it is disquieting to have these perverted images hinting at violence and the desecration of children.

The news reports that Podesta, a veteran Democratic strategist, will remain at the White House (Did we know he was there? This explains a great deal about the decisions emanating from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue) in his new role as senior adviser to the president for international climate policy.

Podesta has a history of working on climate policies, including playing a key role in the Paris climate agreement and working on President Bill Clinton’s environmental policies.

Podesta plans to continue working on domestic deployment of clean energy. This means he will probably travel less frequently than Kerry, who kept up a fast-paced schedule, flying around the world to cajole other countries to curb their planet-warming pollution.” says WashPo.

John Podesta is a prominent American political figure known for his extensive work in the public sector. Born in 1949 in Chicago, Podesta graduated from Knox College and Georgetown University Law Center. He served as White House Chief of Staff to President Bill Clinton from 1998 to 2001, playing a key role in managing the administration’s response to the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

Podesta has also been a crucial figure in the Democratic Party, working as a counselor to President Barack Obama and a senior advisor to President Joe Biden. In 2014, he was appointed as the White House’s point person on climate change and energy policy. Podesta managed Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign serving as the campaign chairman, overseeing the campaign’s operations and strategy.

Now he has been selected to replace John Kerry as the U.S. special climate envoy, a position in which he will continue to shape the nation’s environmental policies.

In addition to his public service, Podesta is a co-founder of the Podesta Group, a lobbying firm that he established with his brother Tony. He is also a prominent voice in the progressive community, advocating for social and economic justice. Throughout his career, Podesta has demonstrated a commitment to public service and has made significant contributions to American politics and policy.