President Donald Trump wasn’t about to waste his time sitting in on the G7 climate change meeting in Biarritz, France. It’s all a hoax anyway.
No tilting at windmills like Don Quixote for President Trump, not when we’re sitting on more energy reserves than we know what to do with. “I feel that the United States has tremendous wealth. The wealth is under its feet. I’ve made that wealth come alive. We are now the No. 1 energy producer in the world, and soon it will be by far.”
That’s what he told reporters on Monday, who tried to corner him about the non-existent climate change crisis. “I’m not going to lose that wealth, I’m not going to lose it on dreams, on windmills, which frankly aren’t working too well.”
One of the big reasons he was elected was because of his position on that issue. He kept his campaign promises in 2017, when he pulled the United States out of the Paris Climate accord.
The scheme roped nearly 200 countries into a “hoax” designed to create money out of smog. Big polluters like China could continue fouling their air as much as they wanted, as long as they could pay for carbon offset credits.
Clean countries like the U.S. would be able to trade credit for the hard work they put in to produce cleaner air by selling some of it to China on paper. Net impact on the environment — None.
As soon as he got into office, he set his administration to work shredding all the job killing climate regulations put in place by Barack Obama.
Instead of wasting his time at the “climate change and biodiversity” meeting, the president chose to sit down for deep discussions with Angela Merkel, Germany’s Chancellor, and the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi.
In Trump’s absence, the other six leaders “discussed the rainforest fires in Brazil and agreed to draw up an initiative for the Amazon.” They will throw it out on the floor at next month’s United Nations General Assembly.
Emmanuel Macron, France’s president, notes that he wasn’t even missed. “He wasn’t in the room, but his team was.” They were well prepared. “You shouldn’t read anything into the American president’s absence. The U.S. are with us on biodiversity and on the Amazon initiative.”
President Trump is all for a cleaner planet, just does not believe in the climate change smoke and mirrors. Even when he was a developer, he fought environmental battles. “I want the cleanest water on Earth. I want the cleanest air on Earth. And that’s what we’re doing”
President Trump calls himself “an environmentalist” even though nobody seems to believe him. “I have done more environmental impact statements probably than anybody that’s … ever been president. And I think I know more about the environment than most people,” he assured reporters.
Liberal environmental activists turned purple. They don’t agree that Trump’s decisions are the right ones because they destroy globalist goals of population control. Saving spotted Owls only serves to keep industry from expanding and stop the cash from flowing.
“Trump’s phony brand of ‘environmentalism’ means gutting the Endangered Species Act, bowing down to polluting industries, and denying climate change while the world burns,” Greenpeace USA spokesman Travis Nichols whined.
As more and more Americans are going back to work and our gas prices continue to drop, conservatives are looking forward to giving President Trump’s ideas another four year run.
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