In his big border PR stop, Biden talks about….climate change and ‘Neanderthal deniers’

President Joe Biden wants to convince Americans that he truly cares about the illegal alien invasion that he enabled, so much so that he went to the border where he talked about climate change.

On Thursday, the 81-year-old Democrat visited Brownsville, Texas for a public relations stunt with polls showing that voters are increasingly concerned about the ongoing influx of indigent foreigners into their cities, a part of a larger gaslighting campaign to blame the border crisis on Republicans.

But priorities are priorities when it comes to the White House’s hustling of the radical Green New Deal transformation and Biden just couldn’t resist taking advantage of the attention to make a statement by blaming Texas wildfires on the alleged weather doomsday and to take a cheap shot at Republicans.

“I’ve flown over a lot of these wildfires since I’ve been president,” he said. “Flown over more land burned to the ground. All the vegetation gone, more than the entire state of Maryland in square footage.”

“The idea there’s no such thing as climate change. I love that, man,” Biden added. “I love some of my Neanderthal friends who still think there’s no climate change.”

Biden didn’t specifically name Republicans, but considering his past remarks, there’s little doubt about who he was referring to with his insulting language.

“But it’s simply a simple fact that there are a number of my colleagues on the other side of the aisle — MAGA Republican leaders — who still deny climate change, still deny that it’s a problem,” Biden said in November 2023 during remarks about the National Climate Assessment. “My predecessor and much of the MAGA Republican Party, in fact, are — feel very strongly about that.”

“Anyone who willfully denies the impact of climate change is condemning the American people to a very dangerous future,” he said at a White House briefing. “The impacts we’re seeing are only going to get worse, more frequent, more ferocious, and more costly.”

Biden’s climate lecture was shredded by X users who, like everyone else, were under the impression that Biden’s message was about the border.

“Today, I’ll travel to Brownsville, Texas on America’s southern border to meet with border and immigration officials, and discuss the need for Congress to move forward on our bipartisan border security deal,” Biden posted to X on Thursday, pushing the latest sham “border security” bill. “It’s tough. It’s fair. And it’s time we got it done.”

Chris Donaldson


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