Biden vows billions to make all military vehicles ‘climate-friendly’ in bizarre Earth Day rambling

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President Joe Biden gave a bizarre and mostly incoherent speech for Earth Day on Friday that insanely promised billions in spending to make “every vehicle” in the military “climate-friendly” while proposing that the U.S. pay Brazil to stop cutting down their forests.

The president gave his Earth Day speech staged in the middle of a road at Seward Park in Seattle, Washington. He pushed for Americans to address climate change, claiming that his administration is taking action, and called on Congress to do the same.

“One of the things I found out as president of the United States, I get to spend a lot of that money,” Biden said displaying an amazing level of tone-deafness as Americans struggle to fill up their cars, pay their bills, and put food on their tables. “We’re going to start the process where every vehicle in the United States military, every vehicle, is going to be climate-friendly — every vehicle — I mean it.”

“We’re spending billions of dollars to do it,” he boasted and then claimed that the unwanted transition was “going to matter.”

This explains Biden’s announcement in March that the 2023 budget would include one of the “largest investments in our national security in history,” insisting that the funding will ensure our military “remains the best-prepared, best-trained, best-equipped military in the world.” He was evidently referring to outfitting it for climate change, not combat readiness. The budget proposes spending $773 billion funneled to the Department of Defense.

Exactly how the transition of the military vehicles to being “climate-friendly” will be accomplished, considering that making them electric is untenable, remains to be seen.

Biden claimed he met with leaders of the American automobile industry. He contended that they agreed on an “ambitious goal” of having 50% electric vehicles sales by the year 2030. But he didn’t address how Americans will be able to afford the vehicles or the infrastructure needed to make the switch plausible.

“That’s the commitment they made,” Biden stated. “I didn’t make it for them — they made it because they realized what the future is.”

“You know, my view of this crisis, as I said, is a genuine opportunity, an opportunity to do things we wanted to do and only now become so apparent,” Biden ironically said, verifying that the left never lets an emergency go to waste.

“You know, my pen’s ready. My pen’s ready to sign. I’m anxious to sign this. Get some of these bills to my desk,” he told Congress.

“We have to move quickly,” Biden declared. “With this executive order on Earth Day, we’re also showing this moment of maximum threat and urgency can also be a moment of enormous hope, an enormous opportunity.”

“You know that we know that we carry in heart and mind the image of the ideal place, the right place, the one true home,” he commented. “I just think this is the beginning of a new day and we’re going to just have to overtake the opposition.”

“I really mean it,” he reiterated.

He also strangely whispered while talking about windmills.

“I made it clear to my friends up in Nantucket and that area, ‘I don’t want to hear any more about you don’t like looking at them.’ They’re pretty,” Biden nonsensically remarked.

The president also bizarrely talked about paying Brazil so they would not cut down their forests as part of his climate change plan.

“You’re not going to — maybe — like this. We should be paying the Brazilians not to cut down the forests. We got to cut ours down. We got to cut ours down. We got the benefit of it. We’ve got these third world countries — not third world, some are — in Africa and in South America. We got to — the industrial countries have to help,” he incoherently declared.

Much of Biden’s proposed spending on climate change is not likely to pass in Congress.

He continued his speech by pushing for social and environmental justice and threw in racial equity to round out his progressive message,

“We put environmental justice at the center of what we do, addressing the disproportionate health, environmental, and economic impacts that have been borne primarily by communities of color, places too often left behind,” he said.


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