Pelosi’s focus questioned after meeting with G7; signing declaration undermining US on Paris Accord

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi joined parliamentary leaders from Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the U.K. and the European Union on Saturday in pushing dogmatic BLM-styled rhetoric while playing politics with critical problems here at home.

During a virtual G7 meeting, the leaders issued a joint declaration ostensibly about climate change. Yet the declaration was dripping in blatant racial grievances and a subtle but still observable disdain for the Trump administration.

For instance, the declaration signed by Pelosi called for “all parties to take action on the climate crisis in accordance with the Paris Agreement.”

Yet President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the Paris Accord years ago, raising the question of why the Democrat leader is still promoting it.

This isn’t the first example of her defying the administration. During a U.N. summit last year, she rebelliously suggested the United States “is still in” the agreement.

The declaration also contained an abundance of identity politics and containing paragraphs like this:

“We shall also pay particular attention to environmental justice for economically vulnerable and front-line communities. Committing to fight against environmental injustice requires providing a healthy environment, equal opportunity and meaningful involvement in environmental decisions to all people, regardless of race, color, gender, orientation, national origin, belief, or socio-economic condition. Climate policy can end the perpetuation of systemic inequalities.”

This is the same sort of mindset that’s led to the propagation of wild, bizarre theories such as the claim that pollution is rooted in white supremacy …

Watch:

“Today, the words of His Holiness resonate with great urgency, for the verdict of science is clear: the climate crisis is real, and its consequences are undeniable. Rising sea levels, horrific wildfires, savage droughts, deadly famines, devastating floods and life-threatening air pollution will impact every nation on every continent,” she said.

She’s been preaching this sort of rhetoric nonstop this week.

“Mother Earth is angry. She’s telling us — whether – she’s telling us with hurricanes on the Gulf Coast, fires in the West, whatever it is, that climate crisis is real and has an impact,” she’d during an appearance on MSNBC earlier in the week.

Listen:

While the topic of the discussion had been the wildfires raging across the West Coast, it included no mention of the additional factors also involved, including incompetence by Democrat governments and alleged arson by suspected BLM supporters.

Also missing from her speech, and from her attitude in general, is the same urgency to pass coronavirus relief legislation here in America.

Despite Pelosi ripping President Trump for promoting peace in the Middle East as an alleged distraction from COVID-19, Senate Dems voted 52-47 on Thursday to block a relief bill set forth by Republicans. They claim that the bill was far too anemic and didn’t do enough to address the needs of the American people during the pandemic.

Sen. Chuck Grassley laid some of the blame at Pelosi’s feet, saying that there likely wouldn’t be an agreement until she decides to talk to the White House.

“It looks like they don’t want to get to an agreement. And if they don’t want to sit down and talk, I think they think they’re going to have a political victory, but it’s going to be a loss for the American people,” he said. “And so my guess is, as of now, unless Pelosi changes her mind, talks to the White House, there’s not gonna be anything done, and it’s sad.”

As evidence that the funds are quite desperately needed by the people, look no further than a protest that took place at the doorstep of Mitch McConnell’s home, where liberals activists demanded “$600” or there would be “no peace.”

Despite the protest being misplaced, it illustrates the congressional inaction – aided in no small part by intractable Democrats like Pelosi and Schumer – is causing additional suffering by those who can least afford it. If she is unwilling or unable to take care of her own people at home, what gives her the authority to stand with world leaders and attempt to influence global climate policy?

Twitter users were quick to jump on this glaring difference in priorities: (**Language warning)

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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