Swamp Drains Itself: Bob Iger, Elon Musk Resign From Trump's Advisory Council Over Paris Accord

Chris Menahan
InformationLiberation
Jun. 02, 2017

Disney CEO Bob Iger and corporate welfare queen Elon Musk resigned from Trump's White House advisory council after he made good on his promise to remove the US from the regressive Paris Accord.

From the LA Times:
Tesla’s Elon Musk and Disney’s Robert Iger both said they were resigning from White House advisory councils after President Trump announced Thursday that he is withdrawing the United States from the Paris climate accord.

Along with those two chief executives, other pillars of corporate America — including Google’s chief executive and Amazon.com — joined a growing chorus of disapproval over Trump’s decision.

“Leaving Paris is not good for America or the world,” Musk tweeted.

It also is not good for his bank account, as he's made billions of dollars off of US taxpayers attempting to "solve" an imaginary problem which doesn't exist.

Why is no one pointing out all these whining scammers are only whining because they're afraid they'll no longer be able to profit off this scam through corporate welfare?
Hours after Musk pulled out, Iger — who with Musk was on Trump’s business advisory panel — said he was leaving that council “as a matter of principle.”



...Iger did not attend either of the two meetings the council has had so far — citing scheduling conflicts — but he told CNBC’s Julia Boorstin last month that he was in touch with the Trump administration.
Good riddance.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt, a member of Trump’s council on manufacturing, also tweeted his disapproval of Trump’s choice to exit the climate change pact Thursday.



...General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt, a member of Trump’s council on manufacturing, also tweeted his disapproval of Trump’s choice to exit the climate change pact Thursday.



...Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google Inc., expressed a similar sentiment.

Real grassroots support we've got here, folks. It's truly remarkable how The Resistance™ is supported by every globalist transnational mega-corporation the progressive left just a few years ago believed was raping and pillaging the world.



"Wtf I love transnational mega-corporations now."

Here's a list of supporters from Media Matters, all of which are no doubt profiting off this scam:
Amazon
Apple
Bank of America
Berkshire Hathaway
Campbell Soup
Citigroup
Dow Chemical
DuPont
eBay
Facebook
Gap
General Mills
General Motors
General Electric
Goldman Sachs
Google
The Hartford
HP
Hilton
Intel
Johnson & Johnson
Kellogg
Microsoft
Monsanto
Morgan Stanley
Nike
NRG Energy
PG&E
Salesforce
Staples
Starbucks
Symantec
Walmart
Wells Fargo
That's your "grassroots resistance," folks.

Pulling the US out of this scam is the best thing Trump's done yet.

Follow InformationLiberation on Twitter and Facebook.













All original InformationLiberation articles CC 4.0



About Us - Disclaimer - Privacy Policy