On Saturday, Nancy Pelosi drew some criticism for her remarks regarding the Inflation Reduction Act, which is expected to pour over $350 billion into environmental justice initiatives and climate change.
Nancy Pelosi’s remarks came hours after the bill passed both houses, with bipartisan support, and she seems to suggest that to appease “Mother Earth” was a top priority in achieving its passage. The measure is expected to be signed by President Joe Biden when he returns from South Carolina.
“How can they possibly vote against the earth?” asked Nancy Pelosi of the GOP lawmakers who were against this sweeping bill, that also provided cash for 87,000 additional IRS agents despite vows that there would not be “any new audits” for people who have incomes below a set amount.
“Mother Earth gets irritated sometimes,” Pelosi added. “This bill will assist us in dealing with all of that.”
“Law that is literately faith-based law,” Aaron Walker tweeted in reaction.
WMAL’s Julie Gunlock commented that Pelosi was probably “day drinking again.”
“Instead of ‘Mother Nature’s rage. Perhaps the ‘good Catholics’ Pelosi and Joe Biden should be a lot more concerned about the vengeance of “Father God,” as suggested by VRWCTexan, referring to their extreme abortion views?” added one user.
“For the sake of his father,” replied actor Mark Pellegrino. “This is exactly how regression looks,” he continued.
“We’re back to savage animism,” Dinesh D’Souza said. “The ship sank due to the ocean being in a bad mood. Because of the clouds’ violent dispute, thunder was heard. Ancient people, on the other hand, were not naïve enough to believe that “laws” might alter nature’s path.”
“Isn’t it true that flowers and chocolates are more effective and not as expensive?” submitted Mary Forbes, referring to the entire thing as a #ClimateScam.
“#Marxists are only satisfied when they’re squandering other people’s money. Look at Raskin, for example – he’s having a ‘moment.’” The WilkowMajority Twitter account added.
Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), House Minority Leader, lambasted the bill in a long speech just before it was passed the House.
“Today, the majority of us continue on a spending binge. I believe this chamber has seen the biggest tone-deaf legislation in 230 years. Passing this legislation right now means that future Americans will have to foot more bills.”