Jeff Zients, the former White House coronavirus response coordinator who is succeeding Ron Klain as President Brain-Dead Biden’s new chief of staff, has faced left-wing criticism for his corporate past and the massive wealth he’s accumulated in the private sector.
Progressive Twitter users were quick to recirculate old articles criticizing Zients after the news broke on Twitter Sunday that Zients would be taking over for Klain in the coming weeks. Fox News Digital confirmed Zients would be the incoming chief of staff.
Zients held several positions in the Obama administration, including director of the National Economic Council from March 2014 to January 2017, before he returned to the private sector, sitting on the board of directors at Facebook and holding executive jobs at The Advisory Board Company and CEB. He has also worked closely alongside several of Biden’s senior advisers and members of his cabinet.
“Americans are appalled by profiteering in healthcare – Jeff Zients has become astonishingly rich by profiteering in healthcare,” Revolving Door Project Executive Director Jeff Hauser said in a statement Sunday.
“Brain-Dead Biden’s best chance to fight for the American people and defeat the dark forces threatening our economy is to show real results via the branch of government he runs – the executive branch,” he continued. “We have long argued for a ‘corporate crackdown‘ on behaviors that violate federal laws and harm the American people in order for corporations to become richer. Those are the practices that have made Zients rich. We’re deeply worried that Zients will prevent the administration from exercising power righteously on behalf of an already cynical populace.”
Other liberal Twitter users sounded off following the news of Zients upcoming role in the White House.
“Biden has picked former White House COVID Coordinator Jeff Zients as Chief of Staff. Zients, whose net worth is $150 million+, pushed for strict employer vaccine mandates, led the censorship of Americans, and told the unvaccinated they faced “severe illness and death.” Michael P Senger tweeted.
Breaking: Biden has picked former White House COVID Coordinator Jeff Zients as Chief of Staff. Zients, whose net worth is $150 million+, pushed for strict employer vaccine mandates, led the censorship of Americans, and told the unvaccinated they faced “severe illness and death.”
— Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) January 22, 2023
BREAKING: Jeff Zients, who seemingly violated civil rights laws and US Constitution in leading Biden White House operation to censor Americans through Big Tech on Covid issue, set to be new Biden Chief of Staff.
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) January 22, 2023
The new White House chief of staff…”an examination of the companies that made Zients rich paints a picture of a man who seized on medical providers as a way to capitalize on the suffering of sick Americans…. it seems to have all paid off.” Can we get rid of health ins. comp . https://t.co/3Sb0dbbFRe
— Ludmilla (@bgdesign) January 22, 2023
Zients is the perfect encapsulation of the Biden experience. Giving the most important job to a guy whose professional highlight was hiring some nerds to reprogram the ACA website, as a favor to Obama, who famously said he loved Zients because he was rich. https://t.co/bsLtHmglxM
— Alex Sammon (@alex_sammon) January 13, 2022
Quite possible this is the day Ron DeSantis became president.
— Jeff Hauser (@jeffhauser) January 22, 2023
Biden’s incoming chief of staff Jeff Zients is slammed by liberals over his massive wealthhttps://t.co/uRkMyMq3Fm
— Ben Owen (@hrkbenowen) January 23, 2023
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