In a virtual meeting with world leaders on Earth Day, Joe Biden gave his opening remarks vowing that the United States would severely cut down on greenhouse gas emissions.
“The United States sets out on the road to cut greenhouse gases in half — in half — by the end of this decade,” Biden said. “That’s where we’re headed as a nation and that’s what we can do if we take action to build an economy that’s not only more prosperous but healthier, fairer, and cleaner for the entire planet.
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Joe Biden repeated the ongoing fallacy that the United States alone accounts for 50 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, despite studies of the contrary. Biden pledged to cut all greenhouse emissions in America by 2050.
Biden spoke to 40 world leaders during the virtual Earth Day event. He called on countries with the “largest economies” to take charge and “step up” by making “bold investments in your people.” Conservatives have decoded Biden’s message as merely another heightened cause to champion in order to push through more spending legislation, and send the U.S. down a Far-Left path.
The president’s proclamation began by discussing the importance of what Democrats now refer to as “”infrastructure.” Vice President Kamala and others in the Biden administration have toured the U.S. hoping to convince Americans to support their multi-trillion-dollar plan, which spends only a small fraction on roads and bridges. The Democrats have recently expanded the meaning of the word “infrastructure” to include the Far-Left proposals peppered throughout the bill.
“When people talk about climate, I think jobs,” Biden insisted, ignoring the thousands of unemployed Americans whose jobs were terminated following the end of the Keystone Pipeline project. Biden revealed he hoped to transform the middle-class job force into a green energy army, rebuilding America into a carbonless utopia.
In closing, he said, “We really have no choice. We have to get this done.”
Author: Asa McCue