BREAKING: HOUSE REPUBLICANS Introduce RESOLUTION OPPOSING MADE-UP CLIMATE CHANGE EMERGENCY


By John Paluska, Founder of The Daily Fodder

House republicans just introduced a resolution declaring opposition to Biden's national emergency over climate change. The resolution calls the emergency "so-called" and states such an emergency "would fall outside the bounds of an emergency as contemplated by the NEA" (National Emergencies Act).

The resolution states:

Whereas a climate national emergency, and actions taken pursuant thereto, would magnify his environment agenda that is littered with policies that would drive up consumer costs, produce job losses, drive up Federal deficits, increase dependence on oil from foreign countries, and generally disadvantage the United States with nations such as Saudi Arabia and Mexico, as well as adversaries such as China, Russia, Iran, and Venezuela;

Whereas according to the Brennan Center for Justice, “Emergency powers cover almost every imaginable subject area, including the military, land use, public health, trade, federal pay schedules, agriculture, transportation, communications, and criminal law” and the Brennan Center has identified 136 statutory provisions available during national emergencies;

Whereas the myriad of ways in which Biden could seek to carry out his expansive climate agenda cannot be predicted with certainty;

Whereas President Biden’s climate agenda includes broad, far-reaching policy proposals that extend far past the acute, severe emergencies envisioned under the National Emergencies Act, such as a commitment to end the use of all fossil fuels by 2050, decarbonizing the food and agriculture sectors, and unprecedented Federal spending on clean energy research and innovation;

As is already known, the bulk of arguments surrounding the "climate crisis" are based on unscientific narratives that have been repeatedly debunked. Unlike what the climate alarmists are claiming, earth's foilage has grown substantially as a response to the increase of Co2 in the atmosphere, meaning the food supply could grow to support humanity in the current climate. Additionally, it is a fact that, historically, mankind has died off much more in colder than warmer climate periods.


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