Speaking during a livestream event on Periscope, Biden pretty much promised the world, noting that if "climate arsonist" Donald Trump wins reelection, then the United States can expect plenty more "hellish" events to occur.
"If you give a climate arsonist four more years in the White House, why would anyone be surprised if we have more of America ablaze?" Biden asked, as prompted by his teleprompter.
"If you give a climate denier four more years in the White House, why would anyone be surprised when more of America is under water?"
Biden went on to accuse Trump of "ignoring the facts" and "denying reality" when it comes to the wildfires ravaging the West Coast. Despite some evidence that arsonists may be involved in some of the fires, Biden suggested that Trump's "failed" climate policies could lead to more of them.
"Donald Trump's climate denial may not have caused these fires and record floods and record hurricanes, but if he gets a second term, these hellish events will continue to become more common, more devastating, and more deadly," Biden contends.
"Meanwhile, Donald Trump warns that integration is threatening our suburbs," he added, attacking Trump for rejecting Biden's plan to federally rezone America's suburbs in the name of "racial integration."
Biden called Trump's insistence upon allowing local governments to manage and zone themselves "ridiculous," once again pointing to the wildfires that Biden says are "burning the suburbs in the West."
In areas where fires are not burning, Biden says that floods are "wiping out suburban neighborhoods in the Midwest," while "hurricanes are imperiling suburban life along our coast."
"If we have four more years of Trump’s climate denial, how many suburbs will be burned from wildfires," Biden fear-mongered in a threatening tone. "How many suburban neighborhoods will have been flooded out? How many suburbs will have been blown away in superstorms?"
Biden's basic message to the American people is that it is our own collective fault that all of these disasters are occurring because we continue to burn fossil fuels rather than pay exorbitant climate taxes to global government systems.
Anyone who disagrees with this notion, by the way, is a "denier" of "science," according to Biden, and his entire voting base for that matter.
When Trump claimed that our nation's forests need to be "raked," prompting ridicule from the left for this seemingly inane statement, he was actually right. America's forests, in large part, are being improperly managed which, combined with dry weather, causes them to burn, burn and burn when the conditions are right.
We have seen this time and time again in recent years, often in areas where forests are not being thinned and, yes, "raked" in the sense that dry brush and other "duff," as PJ Media's Tyler O'Neil refers to it, is left to accumulate.
"I grew up in the foothills of dry Colorado, where the grass is not green but brown," O'Neil writes.
"My father sent my brother and me out to rake up dry leaves, pine trees, and other materials we termed 'duff' – matter from the forest floor that would go up in flames upon contact with the smallest spark. My father – and later my brother and I – would go out with a chainsaw to trim the lower-hanging pine branches and a weed-whacker to take care of the tall trees."
This and more is what proper forest management looks like, but rather than tell the facts, Biden resorted to attacks, conspiracy theories, and empty promises about a coming utopia if he is elected. Does anyone believe this guy?
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