The Left has tried to ram the Green New Deal down our nation’s throat with little success so far.
But with Biden in office the Green New Deal has gained new life in Washington, D.C.
And world leaders were stunned into silence when Pope Francis had this to say about Biden’s climate agenda.
The past couple years have been cringeworthy listening to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and her “Squad” ramble on about their Green New Deal.
Who can take them seriously when one of the initial goals of the Green New Deal was to eliminate cow farts?
Thankfully, the Green New Deal wasn’t able to gain much traction in Washington, D.C. because Trump was President.
But we aren’t so lucky now.
Now that Joe Biden is cluelessly wandering the halls of the White House as President, climate extremists have put the Green New Deal up front and center.
Even though Biden claimed during the Presidential debates that he doesn’t support the Green New Deal, his website declared:
Biden believes the Green New Deal is a crucial framework for meeting the climate challenges we face. It powerfully captures two basic truths, which are at the core of his plan: (1) the United States urgently needs to embrace greater ambition on an epic scale to meet the scope of this challenge, and (2) our environment and our economy are completely and totally connected.
"I don’t support the Green New Deal" pic.twitter.com/1MTsdScEbw
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) September 30, 2020
As part of Biden’s push to ram climate extremism down our throats, he hosted a Summit late last week where he invited numerous world leaders.
And one of the biggest speakers of the event was a video recording from Pope Francis.
Pope Francis shocked the crowd when he claimed, “our concern is to see that the environment is cleaner, purer and preserved, and to take care of nature so that it takes care of us.”
If that wasn’t a clear enough show of support for Biden and the Green New Deal then just look at what Pope Francis tweeted out right before attending Biden’s Summit.
The Pope claimed, “We have broken the bonds of our relationship with the Creator, with our fellow human beings, and with the rest of creation. We need to heal the damaged relationships that are essential to supporting us and the entire fabric of life. #EarthDay”.
We have broken the bonds of our relationship with the Creator, with our fellow human beings, and with the rest of creation. We need to heal the damaged relationships that are essential to supporting us and the entire fabric of life. #EarthDay
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) April 22, 2021