As the world turns, a new scandal emerges from the heart of the Biden administration, putting their credibility on the line once more. Jennifer Granholm, Biden’s appointed Energy Secretary, a figure mired in controversy and ideological disaster, has finally let her true colors shine. Even the most forgiving among us would struggle to dismiss this latest episode of what appears to be a full-blown betrayal of public trust.
Granholm, a woman who comfortably fits into the leftist narrative puppeteered by the Biden administration, has failed to meet the bare minimum ethical standards one would expect from a public servant. She’s more than just a cheerleader for the climate change hype; Granholm has proven to be a dishonest player in a high-stakes game. It is a tale steeped in scandal and secrecy that even the most ardent climate change campaigners should find troubling.
This is not a story you’ll see splashed across mainstream media.
Corporate media will overlook this, the White House will try to suppress it, and even most Republicans on Capitol Hill will conveniently ignore the egregious acts. Their silence speaks volumes about the state of our political landscape. As it turns out, Granholm’s deceit is a mirrored reflection of their own skeletons in the closet.
But we refuse to be silenced. According to Discern News Wire, Granholm has admitted to providing false testimony concerning her ownership of individual stocks. She confessed, in a letter addressed to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee leadership, that she still owned shares in six undisclosed companies, despite swearing under oath that she had liquidated all her stocks.
Her attempt at damage control?
She had meant to say that she only sold off “conflicting stocks,” those that would raise eyebrows and wave red flags, while retaining those that had been whitewashed by government ethics officials. A play on words or a straight-up lie? You decide.
While she expressed regret for her “mistake,” one has to wonder if this is simply another orchestrated move in the game of political chess. And it doesn’t end there. Granholm’s letter revealed that her husband, Daniel Mulhern, held shares in Ford Motor Company that had conveniently slipped through the cracks of previous financial disclosure reports. Their so-called thorough review of their financial assets appears to be anything but.
Who are these six undisclosed companies?
Why were the non-conflicting stocks not sold initially?
And why, oh why, was the Ford stock not previously disclosed?
This story reveals more than just financial dishonesty. It underlines the wider corruption that may be permeating the very heart of our government. As the economy spirals, whispers of a “Digital Dollar” circulate, and our wealth and retirement funds become more vulnerable than ever.
Who can we trust?
These developments underscore the need to safeguard our resources, to shift our wealth into physical precious metals, or self-directed IRAs with companies that prioritize America First. This isn’t about panic; it’s about preparedness. The current state of affairs demands scrutiny and vigilance from us, the people.
It’s time to hold our politicians accountable, to expose the truths hidden beneath their public façades.
It’s time to question whether Granholm’s commitment to uphold the “highest ethical standards” is genuine or another smoke screen to deceive us.
Because if there’s one thing we’ve learned from this scandal, it’s that transparency isn’t always as transparent as it seems.