What Does that Even Mean? Biden Says Infrastructure Bill will Help Bring Climate Change to 'Environmental Justice'

Nick Kangadis | March 1, 2022
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Following at least 15 minutes talking about the conflict between Russia and Ukraine, President Joe Biden switched gears during Tuesday evening's State of the Union address to begin talking about infrastructure as a means to transition to his regime's priority of combatting climate change.

Biden used a very specific term while promoting the "bipartisan infrastructure bill" that made him sound like the leftist activists we're all accustomed to hearing, "environmental justice."

"We'll create good jobs for millions of Americans, modernizing roads, airports, ports, waterways - all across America," Biden said. "And we'll do it to withstand the devastating infects [sic] of climate change and promote environmental justice."

Quick question, can you arrest or file a lawsuit against climate change? Because that's what using a term like "environmental justice" would indicate. It has no real meaning other than it sounding nice for the Twitterati and the "great" folks at the World Economic Forum (WEF).