First Major U.S. City Imposes WEF’s Ban on Meat & Private Car Ownership

Phoenix, Arizona has become the first major U.S. city to impose the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) total ban on meat, dairy, and private car ownership to fight “global warming.”

However, many legal experts are warning the move is unconstitutional.

The Democrat mayor of Phoenix Kate Gallego says she wants to fast-track the WEF’s radical agenda so that the city is fully compliant with WEF policies well ahead of the 2030 deadline set for the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group.

C40 Cities is a group of American cities that signed a WEF treaty that legally compels them to ban meat, dairy, and private car ownership by the year 2030.

Globalist politicians around the world have all agreed to ban members of the public from consuming meat and dairy and banning them from owning cars by 2030.

C40 Cities also placed strict limits on the number of items of clothing people can purchase each year, and severely restricts air travel to once every three years.

The new rules suggest that members of the public should “wear a uniform” to reduce fashion-based clothing needs.

The organization is headed by billionaire globalist Democrat Mike Bloomberg, according to Slay News.

Much of the funding comes from Bloomberg



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