On Day 7 of the Biden-Harris regime, the White House pulled out all the stops to tackle everyday Americans’ biggest concern: climate change.
Fighting Climate Change… Absolutely Everywhere.
Continuing an historic, dictatorial spree of executive actions, the Biden-Harris White House announced a slew of new steps to make climate change a central consideration in U.S. foreign policy and national security and make “environmental justice” part of the mission of every federal agency.
Among the actions: developing the United States’ “nationally determined contribution” under the Paris Climate Accord, establishing the Office of Domestic Climate Policy, a halt on new oil and natural gas leases on public lands or offshore waters “to the extent possible,” and directing ALL agencies—“not just those that fund, conduct, or oversee scientific research”—to designate a Scientific Integrity Official.
Support for Abortions, at Home and Abroad.
The Biden-Harris Administration is reinforcing its pro-abortion priorities week by week.
As part of a series of healthcare actions to strengthen the Affordable Care Act and open a new “Special Enrollment Period,” Biden rescinded the Mexico City Policy introduced by the Reagan administration in 1984 and reinstated by President Trump.
The Mexico City Policy restricts funding to foreign organizations involved in global health issues that also perform and promote abortions.
“Across the country and around the world, people—particularly women, Black, Indigenous and other people of color, LGBTQ+ people, and those with low incomes—have been denied access to reproductive health care,” reads a White House factsheet.
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, Biden Muses on Much More.
With 11 references to “I,” “me,” and “my,” Biden official statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day had a great deal to do with… Joe Biden.
The statement alludes to conversations at Biden’s childhood dinner table, his father’s strong feelings about the United States’ role in World War II, his tour with his children of the Dachau concentration camp, his hope to do so with his grandchildren, and the motivation for his (third) presidential run.
The president notes in his statement that “Holocaust deniers and minimizers are growing louder in our public discourse.”
Biden himself has recently compared Republican elected officials to Joseph Goebbels—evidently, an analogy that Biden does not consider minimizing of the Holocaust.
On Wednesday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked whether the White House has had any conversations with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) about skyrocketing GameStop stocks.
Her response: We have a female Treasury Secretary.
“Well, I’m also happy to repeat that we have the first female Treasury Secretary,” Psaki said. “Secretary Yellen and others are monitoring the situation. It’s a good reminder, though, that the stock market isn’t the only measure of the health of our economy. It doesn’t reflect how working and middle-class families are doing.”
Yellen has made over $7 million from speaking at Wall Street firms including Citadel—which has invested billions of dollars in the primary hedge fund now suffering as a result of the GameStop stock surge.