Kamala Harris Suggests Spending More Of Your Tax Dollars Could Change The Weather, Save Babies [VIDEO]

Playing the baby card when it fits the narrative of the day?

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MIAMI, FL – During a trip to Miami to announce $1 billion in federal spending to address recent disasters across the country, Vice President Kamala Harris claimed that severe flooding that led to losses of life in states like Kentucky and Missouri could’ve been prevented had Congress spent more time-fighting climate change.

Harris made the Miami appearance on August 1st, telling a crowd gathered at Florida International University, “Climate change has become a climate crisis,” and suggested that had action been taken sooner on the matter than the losses of life from recent floods across the country may well have been prevented.

“For years, our nation and many of us have discussed, have lamented, have talked about the threat of climate change. For years, we debated the potential impact that climate change could have on our communities, on our country and our world. And today, we know the impact if folks weren’t clear about it before. Just watch the evening news and see that the time for debate has long passed.

“Climate change has become a climate crisis and a threat has now become a reality. In recent days, deadly floods have swept through Missouri and Kentucky, washing away entire neighborhoods, leaving at least 35 dead – including babies. Children. As it’s been reported, four children from one family. So the devastation is real, the harm is real, the impact is real, and we are witnessing it in real-time.”

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On the same day of Harris’ comments in Miami, the Biden administration released a statement titled, “10 Ways the Biden-⁠Harris Administration Is Making America Resilient to Climate Change,” which again reiterated that there is an active “climate crisis” which demands billions of dollars to be invested in countering.

“Through the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, President Biden secured $50 billion in resilience investments, the most in American history, to protect communities against extreme weather. For example, the Department of Transportation recently announced $7.3 billion in formula funding through the PROTECT program, which will help states and communities make transportation infrastructure more resilient by focusing on resilience planning, making resilience improvements to existing transportation assets, and evacuation routes, and addressing at-risk highway infrastructure.”

Among some of the listed action items purportedly meant to address “climate change,” one agenda item stood out in particular due to the fact it does nothing to address climate change but rather aims to use taxpayer dollars to subsidize electricity bills for lower-income households – and in some cases, just outright buy AC systems for people using tax dollars.

“The Biden-Harris Administration is taking a wide range of actions to respond to intensifying heat waves and reduce associated health risks, especially for vulnerable groups and underserved communities. These efforts include using the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) to reduce cooling costs and deliver air conditioners and electric heat pumps to homes.”

This piece was written by Gregory Hoyt on August 2, 2022. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.

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