Kamala Just Got Busted In Her Cringy-est Lie Ever And It Is A Doozy

The Biden administration’s push for clean energy has sparked a debate in America over the best way to tackle climate change. On one side, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are advocating for policies that are designed to reduce emissions and increase investments in green technology.

Harris starts this cringe-worthy story by saying she has been “fighting” climate change “since birth.” No kidding…

“We called it ecology at the time,” Harris said. “So, some of us who were born around that time know what I’m saying. And we talked about it in the context of conservation. I couldn’t reconcile it. Now I can.”

On the other hand, Republicans have proposed an array of solutions that could help address climate change without putting an undue burden on individuals or businesses.

The Inflation Reduction Act is the so-called hallmark of the Biden administration’s environmental agenda. This bill accelerates the expansion of renewable energy sources like wind and solar power, but it also carries with it some serious consequences. According to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office, the Inflation Reduction Act will have little impact on reducing inflation which has reached historic levels under Biden due in part to sharp rises in energy costs since he took office.

In contrast, Republican proposals seek to spread out the cost burden by incentivizing individual investments in clean energy with tax credits as well as research and development into new green technologies. These policies would create jobs while reducing emissions and lowering energy costs at the same time.

It is clear that there are two distinct paths when it comes to tackling climate change: The Democratic Party’s top-down approach versus the GOP’s bottom-up strategy. While both parties may be aiming for similar goals – reducing emissions and protecting our environment – they ultimately differ on how best to achieve those objectives.

Though Vice President Harris may now be able to reconcile her views on conservatives and environmentalists, there is still much work that needs to be done before we can truly come together on this issue. It is up to us all – Democrats and Republicans alike – to find common ground so that we can make meaningful progress toward combatting climate change without sacrificing economic growth or burdening everyday Americans with costly regulations.

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