Biden announces he has cancer during climate change speech, White House scrambles to explain

On a day when President Joe Biden announced that he would wield dictatorial power by going around Congress to impose his radical climate change agenda on America, it was his remark that he has cancer that drew the most attention.

Biden traveled to Massachusetts on Wednesday to deliver a speech that he will be using executive orders to address climate change which he called a “code red for humanity” invoking the words of United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres who used the exact same phrase last summer in reference to an IPCC report on global warming.

The 79-year-old Biden, who has been plagued by a series of embarrassing gaffes, then said that he “has” cancer in the present tense while telling a tale about his younger years and pollution in Delaware to blame the oil industry for health problems suffered by residents of his home state.

He told his audience that the town where he grew up, Clayton, Delaware “has more oil refineries than Houston, Texas, had in its region — just across the line in Pennsylvania.

“And all the prevailing winds were our way, ” Biden recalled. “I just lived up the road. I just — in an apartment complex when we moved to Delaware. And just up the road was a little school I went to, Holy Rosary grade school. And because it was a four-lane highway that was accessible, my mother drove us and — rather than us be able to walk.”

“That’s why I, and so damn many other people I grew up with, have cancer, and why can- — for the longest time, Delaware had the highest cancer rate in the nation,” Biden said as he adjusted his sunglasses.

Biden’s cancer comments were another “code red” for the White House and the administration’s media allies who flew into damage control mode with trusty Washington Post fact checker Glenn Kessler insisting that the befuddled POTUS was actually referring to his skin cancer, the product of spending extensive time outdoors as a youth including working as a lifeguard, his profession at the time when he ran into the notorious “bad dude” Corn Pop.

Twitter predictably exploded after Biden’s claim that he has cancer and the media’s insistence that he didn’t really mean what he said.

More disturbing than the idea that Biden may currently have cancer was the confirmation that he will begin issuing executive edicts to move his climate agenda forward as it remains stalled in Congress thanks to Democrat Senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia, the only man standing between America as it has existed and the tyranny of the European green agenda, one that seeks net zero carbon emissions regardless of the collateral damage to the economic wellbeing of citizens.

“So, let me be clear,” Biden said. “Climate change is an emergency, and in the coming weeks, I’m going to use the power I have as President to turn these words into formal, official government actions through the appropriate proclamations, executive orders, and regulatory power that a President possesses.”

“And when it comes to fighting the climate change — climate change, I will not take no for an answer. I will do everything in my power to clean our air and water, protect our people’s health, to win the clean energy future,” he added.

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