Joe Biden’s White House administration has many problems to focus on.
The spending proposals being pushed and advanced by this administration are both wasteful and unsustainable. Moreover, the Southern border crisis remains a nightmare; it’s gotten to be so bad that now states have to pay for the damages, cartel arrests, and other problems that the federal government should have under control by now.
Unfortunately, these are not the matters that Biden is choosing to address. Instead, the 46th president is far more focused on matters such as climate change, raising taxes, and more.
Townhall now reports that the Biden administration has launched a climate change support office.
What to Know About the Climate Change Support Office
The climate change support office was created by President Biden via executive order. In a statement from the White House, Americans learned that the climate change support office will focus on tackling the “global” issue that is climate change.
When I think about climate change, I think about jobs.
There's no reason why wind turbine blades can't be built in Pittsburgh instead of Beijing. None.
— President Biden (@POTUS) May 3, 2021
Furthermore, the Department of State will have a role in this matter along with other agencies and executive organizations. The ambition of “international climate” will also be heightened, per this executive order, as will climate change’s involvement in various foreign policies coming from the Biden administration.
Democrats have used professed concerns about climate change to push for radical policies such as the Green New Deal. It appears that the Biden administration has similar plans in mind.
Addressing True Matters of Concern
The Biden administration has many more matters to address other than climate change. The massive bust in jobs last month is one great example; however, Biden isn’t putting together a government office for job growth.
Right now, the climate change support office speaks volumes, but not in a good way. It shows that Biden is more interested in appeasing radical leftists than focusing on true matters of concern. The border crisis, the economy, the need to increase jobs, etc., should all be dealt with before Biden sets up a climate change office.
The @WhiteHouse just announced the creation of the Climate Change Support Office within the @StateDept to support @ClimateEnvoy as well as the dept in leading diplomatic engagement on climate change (among other goals).
— Our Daily Planet (@ourdailyplanet) May 7, 2021
From the jump, this administration has had its priorities deeply out of order. Apparently, with Biden at the helm, bad decisions are par for the course.
What do you think about President Biden starting a climate change support office with all the grave, pressing issues facing this nation? Do you believe that Biden’s priorities are where they ought to be? Let us know in the comments section below.