John Kerry may resign in fear of Republican takeover, says report
- October 31, 2022
Yudi Sherman, America’s Frontline News
Special Presidential Envoy for Climate (SPEC) John Kerry is actively considering resigning from his post in November, in part because he fears scrutiny by a Republican House and Senate, according to Axios.
“He doesn’t relish being hauled before his former colleagues in a potentially Republican-controlled Senate or House to defend his approach to lowering carbon emissions — including his family’s private jet,” wrote the news outlet, which then defended Kerry by clarifying that “for government trips, Kerry flies commercial.”
Many polls, including those from mainstream media outlets, are predicting a red wave this November.
Kerry faces scrutiny over more than just climate hypocrisy, though. As reported by America’s Frontline News, John Kerry’s SPEC office remains a glaring black hole in the U.S. government, with the American public kept much in the dark about the climate commissar’s activities.
Internal emails from Kerry’s office obtained in August by government watchdog group Protect the Public’s Trust (PPT) via a FOIA request reveal references to “elements we can’t put on paper”.
In a March email concerning the budget for fiscal year 2022-2023 titled, “updated memo for JK on FY23 budget settlement,” one employee wrote, “I would also suggest a call or meeting soon with jk to update him on FY22 and 23, focusing on all the elements we can’t put on paper.”