John Kerry Resigning as Local weather Envoy to Assist the Biden Election Marketing campaign • Watts Up With That?

Essay by Eric Worrall

h/t ron-long: I wonder if Kerry plans any more photo ops with accused narco-terrorists, to help the Biden campaign?

John Kerry to leave White House to assist Biden re-election campaign

Kerry’s office announced the news on Saturday after he had informed his staff and spoken with Biden earlier in the week

John Kerry, the United States’ special climate envoy and former secretary of state and presidential contender, plans to leave the Biden administrationlater this winter and switch to helping Joe Biden campaign to be re-elected to the White House, Kerry’s office said.

Kerry informed his staff earlier on Saturday after speaking with Biden this week, a spokesperson for Kerry told Reuters.

Politics news outlet Axios first reported the news about Kerry, 80, on Saturday.

He believes that a second term in the White House for Biden would be the “single biggest” difference for progress in the climate crisis, Axios reported, initially citing a source close to the administration.

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Imagine having someone on Kerry on your side while you are trying to win an election.

Kerry is kindof the gift which keeps giving, for us at WUWT. Here’s my favourite example of Kerry trying raise climate awareness, managing to offend pretty much everyone by comparing climate action to the D-Day pushback against Hitler;

Biden climate czar John Kerry likens D-Day invasion to battling climate change: ‘The fight of our times’

Thousands of American and allied servicemembers died in the June 6, 1944, invasion

By Brandon Gillespie | Fox News

Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry celebrated the 79th anniversary of the D-Day invasion of Normandy by likening the historic event that resulted in the deaths of thousands of American and allied service members, and the eventual victory over the Nazi regime, to the fight against climate change. 

“Today is June 6th. D-Day. One of the most singularly important moments of history,” Kerry told those in attendance. “A moment that calls to mind every single thing that defined the past half of the 20th century and beginning of the 21st century.”

“They were fighting for a set of values I would say to you are just as important today as they were then. They put their lives on the line to fight against fascism, tyranny and misinformation and the savage slaughter of innocent lives,” he said.

“Make no mistake, just as that was a fight for the future as much as anything we have ever faced, what we are seeing now is the same,” he later added.

“What is also clear right now is we can also win this fight, but it requires the same level of innovation and mobilization that was required back then by those in the greatest generation,” he said. “Today’s threat comes from all of us. It comes from the result of the things we do or avoid doing.”

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There is no word on exactly what Kerry intends to do for the Biden campaign, though it seems obvious Kerry will be involved with injecting energy into the Biden campaign, and winning over young voters.

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