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April 22, 2021


Paloma Ave

From the Post, "It Doesn't Matter"; President Biden's climate czar, John Kerry, told a White House press briefing that even if the U.S. reduced its emissions to zero, it wouldn't make much of a difference in the global climate change fight because 90% of the plant's emissions come from foreign countries, such as China.

Kerry made his remarks before President Biden signed a number of executive orders on climate.


This fiction is gonna cost a lotta money. And Buyden will not be the one paying it.


And JP will not be around to see what happens. So why care?

Paloma Ave

Holy - Did you think changing your handle from Holy to Holly would lead people to believe you are more sane? (P.S. It is not working)

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