No Need for Congress

PUBLISHED: 5:31 PM 22 Oct 2021

Biden Regime “We Don’t Need Congress” To Pass Radical Climate Social Credit ‘Scoring System’

Make no mistake, this bill will rank you according to your climate score, and can deny you loans and other essentials based on it.

Social credit scoring is hidden in the radical plan. (Source: YouTube Screenshot)

The Biden regime is getting more and more despotic. A radical climate agenda bill has been introduced, and unlike what the law says, they think they don’t need the consent of the governed to ram it through.

The Gateway Pundit explained:

During Thursday’s White House press briefing, Biden’s Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was asked about the administration’s radical “climate-change” agenda that has stalled out in Congress because of pushback by legislators on both sides of the political aisle.

Democrats are attempting to include the climate change plans in Biden’s massive $3.5 trillion (more like $5.5 Trillion according to some economists) “build back better” spending plan. As of now, it looks like the climate change agenda will most likely not be included in Congress’ final version of the package.

Apparently, that’s no problem at all for the authoritarian tyrants in the Biden regime. When Jean-Pierre was questioned specifically about the measure not being included in the final draft that makes it through the House, she clarified that this dictatorship doesn’t play by the rules anyway. 

“We don’t need Congress. We can do it without Congress, as I just laid out. 

No surprise, Biden is still running Obama’s playbook.

The reporter who opened the line of questioning on Jean-Pierre asked “It’s looking more and more like the clean energy performance program might not make it in the final version of the reconciliation package that was a really big part of how the President planned to meet his own emission goals. So what message does that send to other countries?”

he Deputy Press secretary responded by listing out several programs that Biden believes he can ram through if the elected representatives of the people decide against the crippling climate change measures, explaining that America’s fraudulent, feeble-dictator “will advance his climate agenda using every tool at his disposal.” (except the democratic ones of course)

Some of the ridiculous policy changes that she claims can be passed without congressional approval include: “curbing emissions, growing our economy, and good-paying union jobs,” leading the shift towards electric vehicles, bringing together automakers and autoworkers, phasing out super pollutants to reduce emissions, clean energy like offshore wind and solar, and “making historic commitments to use every lever at his disposal to advance environmental justice and spur economic opportunity for disadvantaged communities and extreme weather events.”

In other words, meaningless platitudes and progressive equity psychobabble. As benign as that seems, the policies come with a hefty price tag for US taxpayers, in addition to systematic changes that will have ramifications on almost every citizen.

If Biden unilaterally rams this agenda through, especially after being turned down in the peoples house, it will be catastrophic for everyday Americans. 

According to the Daily Wirecountless jobs are potentially at risk if the agenda is enacted, especially in the coal and auto industries. Despite the administrations claims that their climate plan would “create over 1,000,000 jobs in the auto industry alone, workers who experience job loss will likely have a hard time finding work because there are no plans to replace the jobs that are killed by Biden’s plan, resulting in fewer jobs overall.

As even the liberal Associated Press points out:

“There’s plenty of skepticism about this claim. At least some of those new auto-related jobs would come at the expense of current ones. Auto industry analysts don’t see how a net gain of 1 million jobs in that sector can come from Biden’s plan.

Many analysts and the United Auto Workers union, in fact, have warned that electric vehicle manufacturing probably will mean fewer net auto-making jobs.”