We’ve talked a lot about the gas crisis that’s been going on for nearly a year. But it isn’t going away. Joe Biden pushed radical, “green” policies that crippled our oil and natural gas industry. Not only did he shut down drilling on federal land and ANWR, but he canceled a vital pipeline project. On top of that, he pushed strict environmental regulation that has dramatically increased the cost of producing oil—the main cause of high gas and electricity prices.
But Biden is far from finished. The real reason he’s doing this is to force you to spend much more money on “green” technology. Although most Americans can’t afford gasoline, he wants us to plunk down tens of thousands of dollars on EVs. Not to mention switch from fossil fuels to alternative energy—that has been proven not to work nearly as well.
And now, his new budget calls for even more green spending… for countries around the world.
President Joe Biden is aiming to shell out more than $11 billion for climate spending in other countries, according to the White House’s more than $5.7 trillion budget released on Monday.
The proposal, which comes weeks after Congress approved the $1.5 trillion omnibus spending bill for the rest of the year, would allocate $44.9 billion “to tackle the climate crisis.” Such a feat would spawn a $16.7 billion increase from 2021 spending on climate.
In a section titled “Restoring America’s Global Climate Leadership,” the White House calls for more than $11 billion “in international climate finance,” which would effectively quadruple green energy spending on the global scale. [Source: Daily Wire]
So much money has already been spend on the “climate crisis.” Biden wants to spend even more. But why is energy still so expensive, when we’re throwing so much cash at it? You’d think, by now, all those wind turbines and solar panels would be enough to give us endless renewable energy. And the cost of electricity would be pennies for the average consumer. Yet today, Americans are paying much more for heating and electricity, not to mention gas for their cars.
Maybe this money has nothing to do with battling the climate “crisis.” Green companies began sprouting up all over the place, when Obama became president. Back then, he shelled out billions to battle “climate change” and all sorts of people lined up to collect the cash. Today, Biden wants to spend much more to battle this “crisis” around the globe.
But where is this money going? Do we even know if previous climate spending has done anything to provide alternative energy in other countries?
It seems like climate change is a nice issue politicians can use to launder as much money as possible. They can spend literal billions on the issue, refuse to show any results, and keep demanding more money next year. All that money is sent to corporations promising to “innovate” green technology, yet they have little to show for it.
Sure, they might put up a wind turbine here or there. But real results that show we are reducing our “carbon footprint”? They are nowhere to be found.
Perhaps all this “green” spending is really about Biden paying back his globalist allies?
Author: Mac Davis