Biden Shocks During Florida Visit With DeSantis

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During a trip by Joe Biden to Florida, the politician shocked conservatives by heaping praise on the conservative Republican governor. During the visit, Biden said, “I think he’s done a good job,” Biden continued, despite the two having “different political philosophies.”

“I want to thank … Joe Biden, as well as administrator Deanne Chriswell for coming down here,” DeSantis said of Biden’s visit.

“We were very fortunate to have good coordination with the White House and with FEMA from the very beginning of this, we declared a state of emergency last Friday Sep. 23 … we really appreciated that and that basically set off the massive mobilization that we had ready to be able to respond to the storm,” the governor added.

According to PowerOutage.us, “The meeting took place in Lee County, the site of the 55 of the 109 reported deaths from the hurricane. As of Wednesday afternoon, there were still 283,088 power outages in Florida.”

But despite heaping praise on DeSantis, Biden said Hurricane Ian “has finally ended the discussion on whether or not there’s climate change and we should do something about it.”

“The biggest thing the governor’s done and so many others have done, they’ve recognized there’s this thing called global warming.”



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Babsan
Babsan
1 month ago

How can supposedly intelligent people think that they can change Mother Earths behaviour?If you really think about it,it is the most stupid idea ever except the money grab to enrich themselves.

mark
1 month ago

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Robert
Robert
1 month ago

Biden said Hurricane Ian “has finally ended the discussion on whether or not there’s climate change and we should do something about it.”
“The biggest thing the governor’s done and so many others have done, they’ve recognized there’s this thing called global warming.”

The climate has changed and will always change. That has never been at issue, whether and how much human activity has been involved is what is still unclear / in dispute.
Biden’s words are, as usual, biased and agenda driven misinformation.
All actual meteorologists will clearly state (and did) that the strength of Ian cannot be directly related to changes in the climate.

Marlene
Marlene
1 month ago
Reply to  Robert

They need to separate them between “man made climate change” and “weather change”. Now that they’ve lumped them together they are claiming more instances.

Tzioni
Tzioni
1 month ago

And what about all those hurricanes in the last few centuries, the ones we know about? Are they all due to “climate change”? If this had been the first hurricane ever, we might think there is a possibility of climate change. But this is just the cyclical nature of weather.

geezer mike
1 month ago

81,000,000 people voted for this man!! REALLY…..

DrBarbara
DrBarbara
1 month ago
Reply to  geezer mike

No… not really.

catherine
1 month ago
Reply to  geezer mike

NEVER! 25 million is too much also.

fay butler
1 month ago

Frankly, if Joe Biden farted into an open mike, I would not be surprised. At best, he’s a joke. At worst – post dumb. He is stupid, mean spirited but very obedient to his users.

Bob Campbell
Bob Campbell
1 month ago

There were 7 hurricanes last year at this time. Ian is only the first one this year. So is he saying climate change is reversing course and getting better?

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