A radical celebrity-backed anti-Trump climate group is investing a whopping $80 million in national advertising to promote Democrat President Joe Biden’s globalist green agenda ahead of the 2024 election.
The organization, Climate Power, is joining forces with several global warning groups to push Biden’s re-election campaign.
The group, backed by an advisory board of popular celebrities and artists, was celebrated by the corporate media during the 2020 election for its attacks against President Donald Trump.
The announcement comes after a recent Washington Post/University of Maryland poll shows that just 43% of Americans approve of Biden’s handling of climate issues.
Ads will launch on national television and across digital platforms heading into the 2024 election.
They will specifically target Spanish-speaking voters, along with young Americans.
Lori Lodes, Climate Power’s executive director, assures voters that they would support Biden’s plans if they knew about them.
“People overwhelmingly support what President Biden has done to combat climate change — but only if they hear about it,” she said.
“Our campaign plans to bridge the information gap around the clean energy plan by meeting Americans where they are and telling the story of our climate progress.”
Other climate funds have also endorsed Biden, including:
- The League of Conservation Voters Action Fund
- NextGen PAC
- The Sierra Club
- The NRDC Action Fund.
Climate Power was founded by the League of Conservation Voters and the Sierra Club, despite the seemingly separate endorsements.
Sierra Club President Ramon Cruz is even on the advisory board for Climate Power.
Climate Power describes itself as an “independent strategic communications and paid media operation focused on building the political will and public support for bold climate action.”
The organization is made up of a series of career political activists and politicians.
Michelle Deatrick, founder and chair of the DNC Environmental and Climate Crisis Council, is part of the company’s National Advisory Board.
Other National Advisory Board members include:
- Rhiana Gunn-Wright, co-author of the Democrats’ Green New Deal
- South Carolina state House member Harold Mitchell Jr.
- Mayor of Pittsburgh Bill Peduto
- The president of the American Federation of Teachers, Randi Weingarten
The Creative Council Advisory Board boasts liberal celebrities such as actresses Rosanna Arquette, Connie Britton, and Zooey Deschanel.