Stephen, this Earth Day, I hope you will give me a chance to explain the stakes of the climate fight, what we’ve done, and where we need to go from here.
First, the stakes — the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issued a report last month that said that if we do not cut our emissions in half this decade, the Earth will warm to catastrophic levels by the 2030s, and we will fail the mission set forth in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement.
[OCS: The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is not a credible or trustworthy organization as they are complicit in cherry-picking research reports, suppressing contrarian viewpoints from well-educated and experienced professionals in the field, and exaggerating their findings with extreme narratives to raise funding and attract media attention. The group refuses to answer fundamental climate questions in open debate. Over the years, the group has been forced to revise many of its so-called findings or predictions to cover gross errors and deliberate misinformation.
The 2015 Paris Climate Agreement is little more than a plan to re-distribute wealth and to convey that distribution authority to self-serving individuals and organizations who will amass and abuse great political power.]
Now, what we’ve done: Thanks to Democrats’ Inflation Reduction Act that President Biden signed last summer, the United States has made the single largest investment in clean energy in our history. The investments are projected to cut our carbon emissions by 40 percent relative to 2005 levels. It’s a good start, and also helps make clean energy more affordable for folks like you — like with the $7,500 electric vehicle tax credit.
[OCS: The misnamed “Inflation Reduction Act” is a lie as it imprudently ramps up inflationary spending. No amount of taxes or spending on green projects can alter the global climate or even the hemispheric climate one iota. The fact that the most significant influence on our local weather, ENSO (El Niño-Southern Oscillation), is ill-understood and relatively unpredictable -- exposing the falsity of those using imperfect models and highly manipulated data to create narratives for gaining and consolidating political power.]
But we still must do more. The United States must be a global leader in the climate fight. Donald Trump and the Republican Party have squandered precious time that we should have spent accelerating our transition to clean energy and ending our destructive reliance on fossil fuels. In 2024, we need to protect the White House, our Senate majority, and retake the House.
[OCS: As long as the global emitters of pollution, China, India, and Russia, continue unabated, we are weakening America in favor of hostile foreign powers. Global climate plays out over enormous time periods like eons, not years, decades, or even a thousand years. Since we do not know the optimum temperature of the Earth in terms of pole-to-equator findings and cannot directly measure man’s climate signal amid the noise of a changing climate’s natural variability, this is far from the global emergency as described by the progressive communist democrats and their globalist allies.
We are not prepared for a transition to expensive green energy. In Schiff’s State of California, there are already power shortages, brownouts, and blackouts – along with an urgent plea not to charge your electric vehicle, do your laundry, or run your air conditioner during certain hours.
Give the progressive communist democrats the House, the Senate, and the Presidency, and you are committing national suicide. We have a cognitively impaired President who is being manipulated like a puppet by the dark forces of Marxism. Likewise, two of our Democrat Senators (Feinstein and Fetterman) are cognitively incapable of governing on behalf of their constituents or nation.]
The Inflation Reduction Act is the first step toward passing a Green New Deal, of which I am a proud cosponsor and which was re-introduced this week.
[OCS: The Green New Deal is little more than the socialist/communist agenda to weaken and finally destroy America from within by destroying the economy, our military, our institutions, and our national identity. The sad truth is that green energy Is toxic, inefficient, and unprofitable.]
We must abolish the Senate filibuster. Pass more bold climate legislation. And defeat any MAGA Republican and dark money efforts to stand in our way.
[OCS: By abolishing the Senate filibuster, we are defeating one of the last checks and balances in our constitutional process and handing the majority party almost absolute power, which corrupts absolutely.]
Nothing less than the future of life on Earth is at stake.
[OCS: This is incorrect. Voting for the progressive communist democrats puts our nation and the lives of its citizens at risk NOW, not in some unknown future when you and your children will be long dead!]
Stephen, this Earth Day, will you join me in supporting the Green New Deal by adding your name today as a citizen cosponsor?
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Californians are demanding that our next Senator be a bold leader who will do everything possible to ensure future generations can inherit a livable planet. Thanks for joining me by adding your name today.
P.S. This week, I introduced my own piece of legislation cosponsored by Rep. Ocasio-Cortez, The Climate Change Relief for Urban Areas Act, which would open the door to planting more trees in urban areas and cities to combat climate injustices, including urban heat islands and stormwater runoff that adversely impact those communities.
[OCS: Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is the most radical of the communists in Congress, far to the left of even Bernie Sanders. This is the opposite of an endorsement; it should be a condemnation!]