Joe Biden: ‘Our Planet Will Never Recover’ if I Lose to Trump
Former vice president makes baseless claims against trump
Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden made his final pitch to voters, claiming the planet “will never recover” if he loses the election to President Donald Trump.
Without evidence, Biden said:
“If we give Donald Trump another four years in the White House, our planet will never recover."
If we give Donald Trump another four years in the White House, our planet will never recover.— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) November 3, 2020
Biden's desperate plea to voters comes after his far-left proposals on climate and energy alienated a huge chunk of likely voters.
Throughout the course of Biden's campaign, he said he would put clamps on fracking.
CNN later reported that it is “false” to suggest that Biden has not expressed opposition to fracking.
Trump cornered Biden in the final debate over his previous remarks about fracking.
“We’re going to have the greatest economy in the world,” Trump said.
“But if you want to kill the economy, get rid of your oil industry."
"And what about fracking? Now we have to ask him about fracking.”
“I have never said I oppose fracking,” Biden claimed.
“You said it on tape,” Trump fired back.
“I—show the tape, put it on your website,” Biden yelled.
“The fact of the matter is he’s flat-lying.”
Trump’s social media team tweeted out a video of Biden making the remarks.
Last month, Democrat Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) vowed to push Biden as far left as possible if he wins the coming election.
Ocasio-Cortez, who is pushing her Green New Deal, made the comments during an interview on CNN with host Jake Tapper.
"And my role is consistent in making sure that we push the Democratic Party to have a larger vision for our future, to listen to the needs of the working class, of people who are living paycheck to paycheck, young people, people of color, because I believe that is the base of the Democratic Party, and that who—that is who we are … it is our job to make sure that we are serving all people in the United States, and particularly our base."