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It pays to get into politics. 
Susan Rice, who served on President Clinton’s National Security Council, former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, National Security Advisor under President Obama, and now heads President Biden’s Domestic Policy Council… has assets of at least $37.9 million from speaking engagements, stock options, and a gig at Netflix.
The Wall Street Journal reported that Rice resigned from her post on the board of directors at Netflix. She joined the company (which also gave Obama an undisclosed deal) in 2018 and sold “less than a third” of the stock options, which amounted to $305,275. 
The paper also reported that Rice benefited from holding shares in two companies at the center of the U.S.’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout: Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer. 
The paper reported she has up to $5 million in J&J shares and up to $50,000 in Pfizer.
Rice is among the wealthiest members of Biden’s team and, according to ABC News, reported between $36 million and $149 million in various assets in recent disclosures.
A White House spokesperson told ABC News:
“These White House officials are experienced government leaders whose past private sector experience is part of a broad and diverse skill set they bring to government service… They have returned to government because of their deep commitment to public service, their desire to help bring our nation out of this time of crisis, and their strong belief that government can work for the American people.”
PUBLISHER’S NOTE: As per the White House statement pumping up Ms. Rice (who was also a strong proponent of overthrowing Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi), as an experienced government leader, etc., the late, great comedian George Carlin accurately said, “It’s one big club, and you ain’t in it.”
The entire “game” is rigged right in front of everyone’s eyes. A review of Susan Rice’s political history solidifies her as a solid member of the Washington Club… the enforcers and enablers of the Bankster Bandits, the military/industrial/intelligence complex, and the Wall Street Gang.
And, once again detailing the tightness of the Club’s circle, Mr. Rice is married to Ian Cameron, a former ABC News executive producer.

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