Joe Biden has appointed Kim Cobb to the Intelligence Advisory Board, a climate crazy who claims she suffered an ‘acute mental health crisis’ after Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election.
What could possibly go wrong?
The President’s Intelligence Advisory Board, created by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1956, counts among its alumni a Medal of Honor recipient, a steel magnate, a secretary of defense, a retired admiral, and a former state governor.
On Thursday, Kim Cobb, who said she was bedridden after Trump’s victory, joined the board.
Cobb noted that she has “much to learn” but hopes “to contribute to the critical work of this esteemed Board.”
A quick dive into Cobb’s biography, which can be on her Brown page and included in the White House’s statement, is riddled with clues concerning Biden’s decision.
Cobb, who regularly appears on CNN to discuss climate change, co-authored an alarmist UN report that claims man-made climate trends underway are now irreversible and that it is imperative that the world transitions from fossil fuels to so-called green energy.
Cobb has served as a director at both the Institute at Brown for Environment and Society and the Global Change Program at Georgia Tech, the Blaze notes.
Cobb also “champions diversity and inclusion in all that she does … and enjoys frequent exchanges with policymakers about climate impacts and solutions,” according to the White House.
Besides Cobb’s past role as ADVANCE professor for diversity, equity, and inclusion, she has underscored her support for BLM with her belief that “racial justice and equity are inseparable from climate action,” along with her support for hiring based on sexual preference and skin pigmentation.
Besides railing against climate change, she also appears to have mental breakdowns if democratic electoral results don’t go in her favor.
According to 2019 with Mother Jones, Cobb recalled her nightmare moment when Trump beat Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential election.
At the time, Cobb had traveled to an idyllic atoll in the Pacific Ocean, 1,300 miles south of Hawaii, to collect coral skeletons in hopes of establishing historic ocean temperatures suggesting a tendency of weather patterns to change over time. However, Trump’s victory ruined her scientific beachside getaway.
“I was diving with tears in my eyes,” said Cobb.
“I had the firm belief that Washington would act on climate change and would be acting soon,” she said. “When Trump was elected, it came crashing down.”
Cobb then claimed she could not get out of bed after suffering an “acute mental health crisis.”
Cobb’s appointment reflects the Biden administration’s “whole-of-government approach” to addressing climate change. The Washington Free Beacon notes that the first thing Biden did as president was make climate alarmism “central to United States foreign policy and national security.”
The Biden administration stated in a 2021 factsheet:
“The climate crisis is reshaping our physical world, with the Earth’s climate changing faster than at any point in modern history and extreme weather events becoming more frequent and severe.”
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