Given the recent tornados to rip through the Mid-South and Midwest, President Joe Biden had no other option than to give a speech on the disaster. And as we all know, when it comes to Biden giving any kind of speech, it is always a circus of confusion and incompetence.
On Saturday, President Biden was speaking in Delaware when he stated that his main objective was to“provide an update on the deadly and devastating tornadoes that moved across several states in central United States.” He added, “I’m monitoring the situation very closely since early this morning. This is likely to be one of the largest tornado outbreaks in our history. Earlier today, I called the governors of the states that have been — experienced severe impacts of the storms, including Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Missouri, as well as Tennessee.”
While the beginning of his speech, which can be watched below, was standard, Biden entered phase two of how he was feeling about the disaster. He noted, “Jill and I pray — and I sincerely mean this — pray for those who have lost loved ones and for those who are uncertain of the fate of their loved ones. And the debris that you see scattered all over the hurricane’s path.”
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In less than a minute from saying the disaster was caused by a tornado, Biden completely forgot and suggested it was a hurricane that caused the damage. And what makes it worse is the fact that he just continues talking, “They lost their homes. They lost their businesses. And it’s a tragedy. It’s a tragedy. And we still don’t know how many lives were lost or the full extent of the damage.”
Not stopping to correct himself, Biden moved on to phase three of his agenda and that was to blame the hurricane tornado on climate change. “All I know is that the intensity of the weather across the board has some impacts as a consequence of the warming of the planet and climate change. The specific impact on these specific storms, I can’t say at this point.”
And to drive it all home, he concluded, “The fact is that we all know everything is more intense when the climate is warming. Everything. And, obviously, it has some impact here, but I can’t give you a quantitative read on that.”
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on December 14, 2021. It originally appeared in DrewBerquist.com and is used by permission.
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