Joe Biden wants to bring the United States back into the Paris Accord. What does that mean for the American economy?
As opposed to President Donald Trump’s successful America First agenda, it looks like Democrat Candidate for President, Joe Biden is running on a ‘United Nations First, America Last’ vision of the United States.
Look at this, right from geriatric Joe’s own website:
Joe Biden knows how to stand with America’s allies, stand up to adversaries, and level with any world leader about what must be done. He will not only recommit the United States to the Paris Agreement on climate change – he will go much further than that. He will lead an effort to get every major country to ramp up the ambition of their domestic climate targets. He will make sure those commitments are transparent and enforceable, and stop countries from cheating by using America’s economic leverage and power of example. He will fully integrate climate change into our foreign policy and national security strategies, as well as our approach to trade.
Do you really think Joe Biden is going to convince China’s imperialist communists to hobble their own economy while he cripples his own to please the UN? China almost uses more coal than the entire rest of the world combined. That’s not going to stop.
Under Trump, the United States is experiencing an energy renaissance and Biden is campaigning on killing it, along with his anti-fracking running mate, Kamala Harris.
So joining me tonight to talk about what a Biden-Harris win would mean for American energy independence and the American worker is Tom Harris from the International Climate Science Coalition.