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Sean Hannity roasted President Biden on Wednesday for his failed policies and condemned the “New Green Deal Democrats” for using climate talk as a disguise to usher in socialism.
SEAN HANNITY: Every American suffers. There is no doubt that Joe Biden’s policies have been an absolute disaster, both at home and abroad. As a result, Joe Biden is now the most unpopular president of the modern era. Now, you would be hard-pressed to find anyone who approves of his performance in power. Yesterday, 30 people showed up for the president’s high-profile speech in New Hampshire. Can you imagine if Donald Trump hosted an event and only 30 people showed up? So what about the media reaction?
A lot of Biden’s problems, they’re very obvious, but they hurt the American people. His obvious decline in cognitive abilities, his public outbursts of anger, confusion, handshakes in the air. The constant stream of lies and blame from Joe and the ongoing scandal surrounding Zero Experience Hunter, and of course the Biden family syndicate. But at the very heart of Biden’s failed presidency are his terrible policies and all of these policies are hurting you, the American people. Biden, like any modern Democrat, is required to prove his loyalty to the religious cult of climate alarmism. He cannot deviate. To demonstrate his dedication, Biden took a wrecking ball to Americas gas industry on day one and, predictably, gas prices soared. Prices for heating and air conditioning have increased significantly, prices for goods and services, which require transport and energy, have also increased. Everything you buy and every store you go to costs a lot more.
To add to these mounting costs, Biden has injected trillions of dollars into an already booming economy, largely in the name of climate change alarmism. According to a foxnews.com report, some of those funds meant for COVID-19 relief, oh, their investigation shows they were used by Joe Biden’s EPA to pay for grants promoting “green infrastructure” and “environmental justice.” A non-profit organization actually received money to tell stories and take tree walks to raise awareness about fair tree cover. What is that?