By Duncan Smith
The American dream relies on American energy, and the Joe Biden regime has already made it clear that it seeks to make American energy less plentiful, more expensive, and not so abundant over hoax known as ‘human-caused climate change.’
On his first day in office, Biden erased the Keystone XL pipeline; banned new leases for fracking on federal lands (breaking a campaign promise); and shut down new exploration of oil and gas in waters near Alaska as well as federal (taxpayer-owned) lands around the country.
Tens of thousands of Americans with good-paying jobs — many of them union jobs — found themselves out of work with the stroke of a pen.
But that’s not all threatening American energy and security. Enter Russia and China.
With the United States waking up to the threat posed to the electric grid and electronics from cyberwarfare, Russia is mastering systems that can already overcome the latest protections to keep the lights on, according to one of the nation's leading experts.
The latest intelligence indicates that Russia has specialized a 'super-electromagnetic pulse' weapon and warhead capable of traveling at Mach 20 that could put the U.S. in the dark with little notice.
Peter Vincent Pry, executive director of the EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security, also said China has leapfrogged U.S. developments in electromagnetic pulse warfare. …
What's more, administration critics claim that President Biden's decision to lift former President Trump's ban on China involvement in the U.S. grid gives the communist foe a backdoor opening to attacking the nation's electric supply.
Proponents of preparing for an EMP attack believe that Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran see the U.S. as an easy target and one that could quickly be brought to its knees because so much of the economy relies on electricity, communications, and the internet, all of which would cease in an attack.
Meanwhile, we’re told that these threats must take a back seat as Biden’s Pentagon instead considers climate change to be much more pressing — or, as Biden’s ‘climate czar’ John Kerry calls it, the “climate crisis.”
The Pentagon will now be prioritizing climate change as a national security threat, Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin said Wednesday.
In a statement, Austin said the Defense Department “will immediately take appropriate policy actions to prioritize climate change considerations in our activities and risk assessments, to mitigate this driver of insecurity. As directed by the President, we will include the security implications of climate change in our risk analyses, strategy development, and planning guidance.”
“There is little about what the Department does to defend the American people that is not affected by climate change,” Austin said. “It is a national security issue, and we must treat it as such.”
What a load of manure.
But hey, look at it this way: Should Russia, China, or another enemy of the U.S. destroy our power grid, at least we’ll cut our ‘harmful emissions.’
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