“I also convened my entire cabinet as part of a whole of government response, and that response is to increase the number and intensity of the extreme weather events and be wary,” he said. “We’re going to be, use all the resources available to the government to do it.”
Biden either misread his notes or believes the government is controlling the weather. Either way, we move ahead in the statement.
“Nobody can deny the impact of climate crisis,” Biden claimed. “Nobody intelligent can deny the impact of a climate crisis anymore.”
This is a casual discrediting of anyone who might criticize the government’s response to fighting “climate change,” which is a fundamental aspect of nature.
“Just look around the nation and the world for that matter,” he continued. “Historic floods, intense droughts, extreme heat, deadly wildfires, wildfires that have caused serious damage like we’ve never seen before.”
“Just since being president in two and a half years, I’ve flown over more land, burned to the ground as a consequence of wildfires than occupy the state or the entire land of the state of Maryland from down in New Mexico and Alabama all up to Montana and around. It’s been devastating,”