Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Trump Blames ‘Climate Hysteria Hoax’ for Economic Ruin

'We have to defeat the Climate hoaxsters once and for all... '

(Alex Tien, Headline USA) Former President Donald Trump gave a powerful and inspirational keynote address at the Heritage Foundation’s annual leadership conference, Breitbart News reported.

The 45th President of the United States touched on a number of pressing topics facing the nation, but he especially gave attention to the failing economy and how climate change activists have been allowed to destroy the potentially dominant American economy.

“One of the most urgent tasks not only for our movement but for our country is to decisively defeat the Climate Hysteria Hoax,” said Trump.

“The deranged ideology of the Green New Deal is a massive self-inflicted economic wound,” the president stated. “It is helping fuel runaway inflation. It is causing the cost of food, cars, housing, and raising a family to skyrocket.”

Trump pointed out how not utilizing our own resources makes the United States unnecessarily dependent on other nations, even those who are not friendly to America.

“[We’re] at the mercy of Iran, Russia, Venezuela, and other hostile foreign nations—all while we are sitting on oceans of liquid gold right under our feet,” he said.

Trump continued and said how even though climate hoaxsters have raised alarm bells and panicked about the world ending, Americans have a lot to be confident about in the future.

“The world is not ending. Our future is not dying. We have to defeat the Climate hoaxsters once and for all,” he said. “They said we only had 12 years to live, four years ago. That means we only have eight years left. That’s ridiculous.”

The former president also hinted at a possible run at the 2024 presidency.

“I ran twice, I won twice, and we might have to do it again,” Trump remarked, again stating the 2020 presidential election was illegitimate and there was a need to “get to the bottom of what happened in 2020.”


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