Former Secretary of state John Kerry of the Obama administration recommended oil professionals with high paying skilled jobs, can take jobs making Solar panels at a factory as President Biden attacks the energy sector.
Married to an heir of the Heinz ketchup fortune, Teresa Heinz-Kerry, the couple’s estimated net worth ranges from around $165 million to as high as $3.2 billion, according to a report in the Los Angeles Times.
The disconnected billionaire believes a professional in a specialized and skilled industry such as designing and maintaining oil rigs or designing pipelines, should simply work at a factory after losing their 6 figure income, making solar panels.
Daily Wire reported:
On Wednesday, Kerry appeared in the White House briefing room to talk about President Joe Biden’s expansive climate change policy. During his first days in office, Biden signed executive orders killing an extension of the Keystone XL pipeline, which carries Canadian crude oil into the U.S., and ordering a temporary ban on oil drilling on federal lands. Economists estimate the loss of Keystone will cost 11,000 jobs, and it’s unknowable how many people will be put out of work by the 60-day ban.
“So what President Biden wants to do is make sure those folks have better choices, that they have alternatives, that they can be the people who go to work to make the solar panels — that we’re making them here at home. That is going to be a particular focus of the Build Back Better agenda”, the billionaire stated.
“Build Back Better” has been the slogan used repeatedly by the World Economic Forum when they discuss “great reset”, which is basically technocratic global control of the world and completely changing the way people live via extreme government intervention and rules over individual’s lives.
Meanwhile, the alleged climate expert John Kerry, according to Fox News, the FAA’s registry shows that his wife’s private charter jet company, Flying Squirrel LLC, owns a Gulfstream IV jet which emits up to 40x more carbon per passenger than a commercial plane.
“We look forward to the anti-carbon lectures from a guy who travels the globe on private jets and luxury yachts,” noted the New York Post editorial board last November. The Post also reported that during Kerry’s 2004 failed presidential run, his campaign made 60 payments to his wife’s charter jet company, totaling $273,171.