The Democrat Party – Purposefully destroying America one policy decision at a time
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is a major environmental group with deep ties to China and the Communist Party.
Democrats are pushing their agenda in order to move America to dependence on China windmills and solar panels.
Meanwhile, China continues to use oil, gas, and coal to power its economy.
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It’s the Democrat Party’s way to destroy America.
A new study finds that the NRDC has found that several of its top officials have worked for the Communist Chinese Party (CCP).
Meanwhile, Socialist Democrats led by economic illiterate Alexandria Ocasio Cortez continue to push the dangerous green policies to destroy the American middle class.
FOX News reported:
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), a major U.S. green group that has influenced Brandon administration policymaking, has deep ties to the Chinese government.
The NRDC, a non-profit organization based in New York City with total assets exceeding $450 million, has worked on climate issues extensively in China since the mid-1990s and several of its top officials have worked for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) or government-sponsored institutions.
The NRDC also maintains a close working relationship with President Brandon’s administration. The NRDC’s former president, Gina McCarthy, served as Brandon’s climate czar up from January 2021 until earlier this month. Current president, Manish Bapna, has attended at least two White House meetings, visitor logs reviewed by Fox News Digital show.
The NRDC regularly communicates with Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry’s office on policy issues, according to internal State Department emails obtained by the watchdog group Protect the Public’s Trust and shared with Fox News Digital.
On its website, the NRDC highlights its collaboration with a “wide range of Chinese and international partners” to boost green policies and “fortify” environmental regulations in the country.