Biden Gets Confused about Tornadoes: ‘They Don’t Call Them That Anymore’
'We don’t have any more time'
Demcorat Joe Biden claimed that tornadoes were no longer referred to as "tornadoes" during a discussion on extreme weather in America.
“Looks like a tornado — they don’t call them that anymore — that hit the crops and wetlands in the middle of the country."
“In Iowa, in Nevada, in —it’s just across the board.”
Joe Biden said we don’t call tornadoes tornadoes anymore but last week at my daughters high school they announced that they were going to test the tornado sirens. Poor old fella is lost. pic.twitter.com/tc6D9zU5m4— Kambree (@KamVTV) September 7, 2021
During his visit to New Jersey after sudden rains and flooding, which left 50 people dead, Biden elaborated on tornadoes and extreme weather.
During his remarks, Biden paused t look at his notes before affirming, “we are all in this together.”
But although it's not clear what Biden was referring to, it looked like he was talking about Agists 2020 storm in Iowa which damaged millions of acres of crops.
A derecho is a sustained storm that causes widespread damage.
During a presidential debate in October 2020, Biden said such weather was because of climate change.
“Look what’s happened in just the Midwest,” Biden said.
“These storms that come through and wipe out entire sections and counties in Iowa.
"That didn’t happen before."
"They are because of global warming.”
Biden warned that time had run out to prevent climate change from causing such extreme weather in the U.S.
“Climate change is real,” he said.
"We’re living through it now.
"We don’t have any more time."
Biden was recently heckled while he assessed the damage from Hurricane Ida in New Jersey.
New Jerseyans call out Biden: “You leave Americans behind!” pic.twitter.com/m5hfrlly5z— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) September 7, 2021