by Michael Bastasch
The Daily Caller
Deep-pocketed environmental groups have spent more than $3.3 million in the last week to support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s election bid and attack Republican opponent Donald Trump.
NextGen Climate Action spent more than $1.4 million since Sept. 8 attacking Trump’s candidacy, mainly through a sizable digital advertising campaign, according to independent expenditure data compiled by the Center for Responsive Politics (CRP)…
The Energy & Environment Legal Institute (EELI) released a scathing report on Steyer’s influence on the Democratic Party’s political positions. EELI even accused Steyer of using his political influence to increase his personal wealth.
“He is heavily invested in renewable energy, particularly solar,” EELI reported. “With hundreds of millions at stake in solar companies such as Kilowatt Financial, Sungevity, and BrightPath Capital Partners, Steyer’s motives are transparent.”