On Wednesday, former Vice President Joe Biden completed his Delaware basement journey to the White House, where he was installed after taking his official oath.
Most people assume and believe that Biden is only the frontman for those who have serious plans to remake America and who want to “build back better,” a slogan that has become commonly used by the globalist left.
Those people behind the 78-year-old are determined to implement their Green New Deal policies, even though those will dismantle the traditional economy piece by piece so they can save the world from climate change.
One of Biden’s top priorities as soon as he sits in the office will be to appease the environmentalists who mobilized on his behalf and declared war on the domestic fossil fuels industry. The first item on his list seems to be the elimination of the Keystone XL pipeline.
According to a Canadian CBC report, the possibility of Biden canceling the project that has been the focus of climate change extremists on his first day on the job isn’t low. Should he take the aggressive route, this might be the first thing he’ll do.
Although Biden’s takedown of energy independence is a big deal, it doesn’t come as a surprise after he had admitted and revealed his intent to do so during the presidential debates.