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Climate Czar John Kerry Fleeing From Post To Escape Scrutiny…

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( – Jet-setting climate czar John Kerry is reportedly thinking of fleeing the Biden administration just before a potential GOP takeover of Congress, escaping likely scrutiny into his payroll and globetrotting ways.

Kerry can see which way the headwinds are blowing on Election Day, and it’s not good for him.

Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the U.S. Department of State for details of climate envoy John Kerry’s office, including his calendars, the identities of its staff members and its cost of his travel.

“The American people have a right to know what John Kerry is up to, what we’re paying to fly him around the world, and who we pay to actually work for him,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.

It was a Fox News that cited a report from Axios that Kerry was planning to leave Biden’s administration.

“Citing anonymous sources,” the report said Kerry was “actively considering leaving the Biden administration after next month’s COP27 summit.” He reportedly was soliciting suggestions from advisers on how to continue his climate activism without being in a federal post.

He’s generated controversy for his insistence on viewing everything through the lens of a climate change activist, even while traveling the globe to accept climate change honors on a private jet.

But Fox reported Kerry’s spokesmen denied the report.

“I can’t stress enough: Secretary Kerry has no plans to depart, and his sole focus is COP27, period, and anything else is baseless speculation,” communications director Whitney Smith.

The COP27, the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, is meeting later this year in Egypt.

According to the Washington Examiner, if the GOP is the House majority after November’s elections, it “could pose new challenges” for Kerry.

“He faces the prospect of Republican-led inquiries in Congress if the party wins control in the midterm elections and scrutiny from climate activists frustrated by the scope of his progress,” the report said.

Biden gave him the federal post when he took office with orders to push the world toward Biden’s climate goals.

The report continued, “But Kerry has drawn scrutiny across the political aisle over his approach. He argued this week that the United States is not ‘obstructing’ climate compensation talks urged by poorer countries and has defended working with China.”

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