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Started 20/3/22 by Apollonius (Theocritos); 4169 views.

Oddly enough! grin

I watched "climate change" warning on the TV and heard it all again on Radio - only to get interrupted by Car commercials… hysterically without a break, isn't that odd and hypocritical from the Media to get more cars on the road?!  

There's no logic or consistency to these people, except the pursuit of money.

That is exactly it!  thumbsupgrinning

Does money make the world go around as Lisa Minelli's song says?

maxi4

From: maxi4

21-Nov

Good luck with all that,. pal.

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Menton makes note of the many lies and contradictions when Biden talks about his energy policy:

Category A.

  • Biden at a February 2020 rally“We are going to get rid of fossil fuels. . . . That’s okay. These guys are okay. They want to do the same thing I want to do. They want to phase out fossil fuels, and we’re going to phase out fossil fuels.”

  • Biden at a March 15, 2020 CNN debate with Bernie Sanders"No more drilling on federal lands. No more drilling including offshore. No ability for the oil industry to continue to drill, period. [It] ends.”

  • Biden Executive Order, January 27, 2021“The United States and the world face a profound climate crisis. We have a narrow moment to pursue action at home and abroad in order to avoid the most catastrophic impacts of that crisis and to seize the opportunity that tackling climate change presents.”

  • White House press release, April 22, 2021“Today, President Biden will announce a new target for the United States to achieve a 50-52 percent reduction from 2005 levels in economy-wide net greenhouse gas pollution in 2030. . . . On Day One, President Biden fulfilled his promise to rejoin the Paris Agreement and set a course for the United States to tackle the climate crisis at home and abroad, reaching net zero emissions economy-wide by no later than 2050. As part of re-entering the Paris Agreement, he also launched a whole-of-government process, organized through his National Climate Task Force, to establish this new 2030 emissions target.”

  • List of section headings from Report at RealClearEnergy by Joseph Toomey dated September 2022, listing major Biden Administration energy initiatives: “Canceling the Keystone XL Pipeline; Halting Lease Sales in Alaska’s ANWR; Placing a Moratorium on Drilling on Federal Lands; Rejoining the Paris Climate Accord; Proposing Energy-Inhibiting Budgets; Canceling Oil and Gas Drilling Leases; Initiating Punitive Government Investigations; Restricting Permian Basin Drilling Using Ozone Rules; Imposing Stricter Methane Emissions Rules.”

Category B.

  • Biden remarks at White House, October 19, 2022“[W]e need to responsibly increase American oil production without delaying or deferring our transition to clean energy. [Ed - very Fettermanesque there] Let me — let’s debunk some myths here. My administration has not stopped or slowed U.S. oil production; quite the opposite.

  • Biden remarks in upstate New York, October 27, 2022“Today . . . we’re in a much better place [than when I took office]. . . . [G]as prices are declining. We’re down $1.25 since the peak this summer, and they’ve been falling for the last three weeks at well — as well. That’s adding up to real savings for families. Today, the most common price of gas in America is $3.39 — down from over $5 when I took office.

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drl0lip0p

From: drl0lip0p

21-Nov

Biden and his LEFTY flipflop personal want American poor and totally financial dependent just as the most of the MARXISTS have done ! 

          expressionless

smmheart1

From: smmheart1

23-Nov

Cheap smm Panel has never been here before. I guess I am not the only one enjoying myself here, based on the numerous comments on your articles.

drl0lip0p

From: drl0lip0p

27-Nov

 You gót spámmed.. . Please feel free to delete my post too...

  • Edited 27 November 2022 10:33  by  drl0lip0p
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Not a (Pinck0)

From: Not a (Pinck0)

30-Nov

CNN, of all places, called out that last line in a big fact check of recent Biden whoppers (of which there are many):

Biden’s claim that the most common gas price when he took office was more than $5 is not even close to accurate. The most common price for a gallon of regular gas on the day he was inaugurated, January 20, 2021, was $2.39, according to data provided to CNN by Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy. In other words, Biden made it sound like gas prices had fallen significantly during his presidency when they had actually increased significantly.

Not a (Pinck0)

From: Not a (Pinck0)

30-Nov

"The object of power is power."

-- Orwell

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