What is to Come with Biden’s Climate Promises

What is to Come with Biden’s Climate Promises

December 29, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden’s promises on climate have been big from the outset and his cabinet selections have only validated his intentions to carry out those promises as soon as he enters office. As FOX News wrote, “Biden appears to have raised climate change to the level of a religious doctrine.”

The article went on to say:

COVID-19 is being used by politicians — nearly all of them Democrats — to erode our liberties. If given the power to dictate what we drive, the type of house we can live in and other freedoms we have long taken for granted, government will not be able to resist adding even more demands in the name of saving the planet.

And with the promises in Biden’s climate plan, it is undeniable this is the direction we are heading in. Forcing industries to transition to electric cars, and most likely individuals next, and forcing households to adopt clean energy sources. These are all expensive transitions being forced from the top that push costs onto the consumer. Sound fair? Yeah, didn’t think so. 

The media will join politicians and some “experts” to promote climate change during the Biden administration, including end-of-the-world scenarios with little or no scientific information that contradicts their line. Two years ago, “Meet the Press” host Chuck Todd announced he would not have any guests on who doubted climate change. This is censorship and the promotion of a single point of view constitutes indoctrination.

Implementing the Biden climate doctrine will cost a fortune and result in an outcome most Americans will not like.

This is all part of the eco-left’s tirade to make the oil and gas industry out to be the boogeyman. Biden has stated he plans “to move away from fossil fuels.” Yet, the fossil fuel industry is to thank for the United States having the largest decline in energy-related CO2 emissions in 2019 on a country basis.

The United States oil and gas industry is too valuable to our economy, workforce, and diplomatic power to be erased by false narratives and factless “crises”.