• Hillary: “Climate Change Is The Most Urgent, Consequential Challenge We Face”

    These people are insane.

    Just days after Secretary of State John Kerry said “Confronting climate change is one of the greatest challenges that we face” and that it’s our biblical duty to do so, Hillary Clinton is now saying that it’s the most urgent challenge facing humanity. 

    “No matter what deniers say,” Hillary wants you to know that extreme weather and droughts are among “the most consequential, urgent, sweeping collection of challenges we face.”

    “The threat is real, but so is the opportunity,” Clinton said yesterday at the National Clean Energy Summit. “America can be the clean energy superpower for the 21st century.”

    For the people who are still skeptical and cautious about the causes and remedies of manmade global warming (or climate change, or whatever they’re calling it this week), Hillary has a message for you.

    “Aside from the deniers and the special interests and all the other folks who want to pretend we don’t have a crisis is the fact that we are leaving money and jobs behind,” she added. “For those on the other side, they have to answer to the reality they are denying peoples’ jobs and middle class incomes and upward mobility by their refusal to look to the future.”

    Harry Reid, who hosted the annual conference, introduced Hillary and praised her saying she “understands climate change — she was first to identify the fact that there is something called climate change.”


    It’s worth noting that the first U.S. ambassador killed since 1979, was brutally murdered on Hillary’s watch. Iran is still developing a nuke, Russia–who Hillary was supposed to reset relations with–is invading one sovereign country after another, Libya, Syrian, Iraq, and Afghanistan are all (still) in shambles. And China remains a major threat to America’s national security.

    Oh, and there’s ISIS.

    Hillary can’t heal the planet. She couldn’t even be a mediocre secretary of state.

    The only thing Hillary Clinton is good for is gaffes, dodging shoes, showing up, giving lame speeches, and cashing big checks.

    Jerome Hudson

    Managing Editor

    Jerome Hudson has written for numerous national outlets, including The Hill, National Review, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was recognized as one of Florida’s emerging stars, having been included in the list “25 Under 30: Florida’s Rising Young Political Class.” Hudson is a Savannah, Ga. native who currently resides in Florida.

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