On Saturday night, Nancy Pelosi appeared at a festival called New York City’s Global Citizens music festival. She hopped on stage with some Jonas brother I’ve never heard of, and a lot of other musicians I have limited knowledge of, and thanked the assembled “Global Citizens” for their efforts in stopping the next ice age, global warming, climate change… the “climate crisis.”
We’ve gone through a lot of names for what was climate change about two days ago. We are, apparently, in the “climate crisis” iteration stage. Since the world was told in the 1970s that it was about to freeze over, “climate crisis” puts some urgency into the title. Al Gore’s predictions didn’t pan out. Manhattan should be underwater. AOC still has eight years left on her prediction that the Earth will end.
The musicians appearing at the festival might very well be true “activists” or, more likely, they are the Leonard DiCaprio, virtue-signaling variety wherein they perform, offer a dire warning to the crowds, beg people to buy electric cars and eat bugs, then fly home on private jets while sipping chilled champagne. My guess is paying customers just wanted to hear music and get drunk.
So, I don’t think it’s much of a shock that when Nancy Pelosi grabbed a mic to thank the assembled “yutes,” she was roundly and loudly booed.
She thanked the “global citizens” and talked about the Inflation Reduction Act (yeah, that spending bill that will do nothing to reduce inflation) that included a whole lot of billions for the “climate crisis.” Nancy said:
“It’s thanks to your help that the United States recently enacted historic climate legislation, which will be a game changer,” she added, being drowned out by the crowd.
“It will slash carbon pollution by 40% by 2030, it will give a historic, a historic $370 billion to fight the climate crisis.”
She also called for “better water and air for our children and better-paying jobs and lower energy bills for their parents.”
Sure, there was a smattering of sycophants who seal-clapped for Madam Speaker, but her reception was somewhat chilly.
— Kyle Tomczak (@ThomasCzakary) September 25, 2022
Here’s the deal, man. I am not making this up – God’s truth, man. I swear. Hurricanes are not going to be fewer and “smaller.” The hurricane season will not be “helped,” regardless of dopes like Karine Jean-Pierre claiming otherwise. I have another Nostradamus prediction, and it is far more likely to come true than AOC’s predicting the end of the world. Here’s my prediction:
The fraudulently titled “Inflation Reduction Act” will not slash carbon pollution by 40 percent in eight years, nor will it result in “lower energy bills” for anyone. Here’s a news flash. Nancy Pelosi is lying.
The Act includes tax credits for homeowners to install: “efficient heat pumps ($8,000 back per household), electric water heaters ($1,750), and electric cooktops ($840). And a 30 percent credit for buying an electric car – but that doesn’t include buying a Tesla, because Tesla isn’t a union shop. It doesn’t have much to say for people renting apartments.
The Act omits and credits (as in zero) for “resilience” buildings in areas susceptible to hurricanes or floods, per the Washington Post.
It’s all based on assumptions. A lot of assumptions. And a lot of smoke and mirrors. Recently in California, Governor HairGel announced climate change news – by 2035, all cars sold would be electric cars. At the same time, the electric grid spokesperson was asking electric car owners not to charge their cars. Oops. In fact, charging electric cars at night in 2022 makes the grid unstable. Imagine what would happen in 2030, if most of the cars in America were electric, and grids across America went critical then went “poof.”
Oh my goodness! Nancy wasn’t lying. Electric bills will be reduced in 2030 after all! If Americans are in constant blackouts–of course your bill will be reduced. Now I get it.