Climate activists let Biden know what they think of his ‘bulls**t’ plans with heaping piles of cow poop

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Climate change extremists aren’t impressed with President Joe Biden’s plans to tackle alleged man-made climate change through drastic emissions cuts.

As the president was reportedly busy Thursday morning touting his climate plans to other world leaders in a virtual Earth Day summit, the extremists were busy dumping cow manure in front of the White House to protest his “bullsh-t” plans.

But it wasn’t that they took issue with the economic repercussions of Biden’s plans — so far his climate agenda has already destroyed an estimated 10,000 jobs. Rather, they took issue with his plans allegedly not going far enough to stave off certain doom.

“Extinction Rebellion D.C. said their call to action is to bring attention to ‘Biden’s Bulls**t Climate Plan.’ They are demanding that President Joe Biden declare a climate and ecological emergency under the National Emergencies Act and set a net-zero emissions target of 2025,” Washington, D.C. station WUSA reported.

Watch scenes from Extinction Rebellion’s protest below:

Extinction Rebellion is a radically far-left group that genuinely believes humankind faces certain doom in only a matter of years unless it staves off climate change. Because it’s left-wing, the group also frequently delves into race politics as well:

Were its demand for zero percent emissions actually pursued, millions of jobs would be hemorrhaged, according to economist Stephen Moore. Yet that’s exactly what Biden promised on the campaign trail last year — zero emissions, albeit by 2035, not 2025.

“Given that we currently get about 80% of our energy from oil, gas and coal, according to Daniel Yergin, a world expert on energy, getting down to zero is going to be a gut-wrenching experience for blue-collar workers,” Moore warned last year in response to the then-Democrat presidential candidate’s rhetoric.

Combined, the oil, gas and coal industries reportedly account for up to 10 million jobs, all of which would disappear in a zero emissions society.

Dovetailing back to the present, the extremists with Extinction Rebellion are upset because the president has since backtracked on his pledge.

Speaking at the virtual “Leaders Summit on Climate” on Thursday, he reportedly vowed to reduce U.S. fossil fuel emissions by up to 52 percent less than what emissions levels were in 2005. He pledged to achieve this by 2030.

That’s a long way off from the zero emissions he’d promised on the campaign trail, ergo why the climate extremists he’d catered to while trying to win office are so aggrieved.

In a statement, the group vowed to continue performing “acts of non-violent civil disobedience” until its demands are met, according to WUSA.

Note that its definition of “non-violent civil disobedience” apparently includes shattering windows, disrupting activities, dumping fake blood and, obviously, playing with cow manure.

See more scenes from Thursday’s protest below:

Meanwhile in the U.K., Extinction Rebellion extremists there spent Thursday morning smashing windows at HSBC bank’s headquarters in London.

“The Earth Day protest was staged to draw attention to the banking giant’s links to the fossil fuel industry, activists said. Nine women took part in the protest, wearing patches with the words ‘better broken windows than broken promises’ in reference to the Suffragette movement of the early 20th century,” The Independent reported.

See scenes from that “protest” below, and take note of the anger coming even from the extremist group’s supporters:

Vivek Saxena

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