The White House Declares Everything (including ‘climate change’) A ‘Crisis’ Except The One At The Border
The White House Declares Everything A ‘Crisis’ Except The One At The Border
The Biden White House is quick to call many other things a ‘crisis,’ but unwilling to identify the border surge as one, for clearly political reasons.
By Gabe Kaminsky
Biden rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement on day one of his presidency. The Heritage Foundation found U.S. participation in that agreement will cost the average American family of four $20,000 and the GDP $2.5 trillion by 2035. The coalition calls for eliminating pivotal natural resources, like natural gas and coal, that power 80 percent of the globe.
From the beginning, Biden used the term “crisis” about climate. His executive order signed in January was titled “Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad” and claimed the “Climate Crises” must be “at the center of United States foreign policy and national security.”
Regardless of the claim peddled by the supposed “experts” in a 2019 United Nations report, climate change is not a crisis, nor will lead to mass extinction of humans. As publisher of ClimateDepot.com Marc Morano notes in his new book “Green Fraud,” “[g]lobal temperatures have been holding nearly steady for almost two decades, according to satellites from the Remote Sensing Systems (RSS) and the University of Alabama at Huntsville.” In addition, “studies have found the Medieval Warm Period and the Roman Warming Period were as warm or warmer than current temperatures.”
Morano highlights the clear facts in his book, which are that data is far more than scanty on this supposed climate “crisis,” but worse that the Left has manufactured a “crisis” due to its interests in depopulation, globalism, and sticking to alarmism favoring security like in the implementation of COVID-19 lockdowns. The environment is not exactly the first thing that comes to mind in terms of crises. The border does, though.