In a recent interview, the Biden Administration once again emphasized its belief that climate change poses a greater threat to Americans than nuclear war. This statement has raised eyebrows, especially given the escalating tensions in global nuclear politics. It is a clear indication of the Biden administration’s misplaced priorities when it comes to national security.
WATCH: Biden Admin Reiterates Stance That 'Climate Change' Is A Greater Threat To Americans Than Nuclear War…..https://t.co/LCOM9IMtED
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During the interview, Fox News played a clip of President Biden’s speech in Vietnam, where he claimed that global warming exceeding 1.5 degrees in the next 10 years is a more terrifying existential threat than nuclear war. When asked to confirm if President Biden still stands by his comments, John Kirby, the administration’s spokesperson, had no hesitation in asserting that Biden absolutely does.
Kirby went on to exaggerate the issue by claiming that climate change is capable of wiping out all human life on Earth over time. This assertion is not only alarmist but also undermines the real and immediate threats that our nation faces. With ongoing airstrikes in the Middle East and the death toll surpassing 1,500, it is clear that immediate action needs to be taken to address the pressing dangers in the world today.
The Biden administration’s fixation on climate change as the ultimate national security threat only serves to divert attention and resources away from issues that demand immediate attention. It is essential for our leaders to prioritize real and tangible threats, such as nuclear tensions and ongoing conflicts, rather than getting caught up in exaggerated claims that only serve to push a political agenda.