Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm would exercise $ 1.6 million in stock options with an electric car technology company because she and President Biden are calling for action on climate change as Americans face $ 5 per gallon of lead-free 87 octanes.
Granholm sold his property in Burlingame, California. based in Proterra in 2021, but the British Daily Mail states that it recently exercised $ 1.6 million in stock options from the company. The divestment probably occurred after last year’s concerns of the Republicans.
Energy spokesman Politico Granholm said he “acts in accordance with the complex ethical standards set by the Biden administration and has completed its investment cuts for the time required by its ethical agreement.”
In “Five,” presenter Jeanine Pirro also reports on Granholm’s $ 1.6 million exercise option and claims that she and others in the administration are “cheating” Americans.
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“They didn’t feel our pain. They gave us a letter to the oil industry and called a meeting,” Pirro said. “Last month, Biden canceled one of the most important oil and gas sales that awaited the Interior Ministry.”
The former Democratic governor of Michigan was notoriously upset when a journalist asked him about a plan to curb high energy prices.
His colleague Michigan Sen. Deborah Stabenow also announced at a hearing this week that she runs all the expensive gas stations on her way to Washington because she finally got the electric car she was waiting for.
In another allegation of a conflict of interest at the White House, a Republican chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee called for an investigation into Biden’s plan to forgive thousands of dollars for college student debt, while employees with debts that now have potential must profit.
Rep. Virginia Foxx of North Carolina says she is concerned about Biden’s young employees with the excellent loans included in the “announced student loan waiver scheme.”
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“Public officials should not be responsible for creating policies that benefit them financially,” the letter said. Government Ethics Office, signed by Rep. James Comer, R-Ky.
In “Five,” co-host Greg Gutfeld added that Granholm also suggested that Americans buy an expensive electric car at high enough gasoline prices, which the minister says saving $ 60 a fee is a “sticky business.”