By Duncan Smith
Without question, one of the top reasons why we want President Trump to successfully fight the vote fraud that stole this election is because his successor, Joe Biden, will ruin the massively successful economy the president built.
We know this — as does the president — because of policies Biden says he’ll pursue once in office.
One of them is to rejoin the Paris Climate Accords negotiated during the Obama regime, which was marked, of course, by a crappy economy.
The dirty little (open) secret is this: Rejoining will not only tank the U.S. economy, but it’ll also give our enemies (China comes to mind) a huge economic advantage because they’re not going to comply.
President Donald Trump on Sunday criticized the global climate pact, which the United States withdrew from under his administration and which Democratic presidential contender Joe Biden hopes to rejoin, as being designed not to save the planet but to undercut America's economy.
Trump said in a video statement from the White House to the Group of 20 summit hosted by Saudi Arabia that the Paris Climate Agreement was 'not designed to save the environment. It was designed to kill the American economy.'
'To protect American workers, I withdrew the United States from the unfair and one-sided Paris climate accord, a very unfair act for the United States,' Trump said amid a discussion by world leaders on issues relating to environmental protection and climate change.
The Trump administration announced its intent to withdraw from the climate deal back in 2017, though the complex rules of the treaty meant the United States formally exited the agreement on Nov. 4 of this year. The day after, Biden took to Twitter to announce his wish to lead efforts to rejoin.
'Today, the Trump administration officially left the Paris Climate Agreement. And in exactly 77 days, a Biden administration will rejoin it,' Biden wrote in a tweet.
Today, the Trump Administration officially left the Paris Climate Agreement. And in exactly 77 days, a Biden Administration will rejoin it. https://t.co/L8UJimS6v2
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 5, 2020
Rejoining this ‘agreement’ will come with real costs to our economy.
According to the Heritage Foundation, joining the agreement will cost the average American family $20,000 per year by 2035.
Our country’s annual GDP will take a bigger hit — $2.5 trillion — than the vast majority of countries earn in an entire year.
And here’s the best (worst?) part: According to Heritage, the required costs and hits to our economy will only result in a reduction in temperatures of a barely measurable 0.015 degrees Celsius by 2100.
No wonder Trump withdrew.
And no wonder the Marxist socialists running Biden want to rejoin.
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