Biden's climate czar John Kerry claims climate change policies not driven by 'ideology'

"We need to learn the lessons that Mother Nature is teaching us and screaming at us about," Kerry said.

Joshua Young North Carolina

On Friday, Biden's climate czar, John Kerry spoke to MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell and said that the president's climate change policies were not driven by "ideology" but that "Mother Nature" was screaming at human beings about the climate.

"We need to learn the lessons that Mother Nature is teaching us and screaming at us about," Kerry said. "This is about math, mathematics and science, about physics. There's no politics, no ideology, no liberal conservative, no Democrat or Republican. This is about facts, scientific facts that dictate that if we don't respond in the way the science has called on us to, we will pay even more for damages."

Kerry went on to say that "We will have millions of climate refugees" if Biden's climate policies are not enacted.

According to Merriam-Website, the phrase Mother Nature is defined as personifying nature as a sentient force in the nature of a god-like woman. Personifying nature as a sentient god-like creature is part of the ideology of pantheism.  

In the same interview, Kerry addressed Biden's goal of cutting US greenhouse gas emissions by up to 50 percent by 2030.

Kerry also touted Biden's $739 billion Inflation Reduction Act, which the White House admitted did little to reduce inflation. The bill passed last year and allocated $369 billion on climate change goals. In 2022, Biden's $1.7 trillion government funding omnibus spending bill portioned off $576 million for the Environmental Protection Agency. Since Biden took office he has canceled oil pipelines in the US and his cabinet have  spoken on the need to go green.

Kerry has previously said that the goal is for transportation vehicles to produce zero carbon emissions by 2050.

Later in the interview Kerry addressed one of the world's largest producers of carbon emissions, China, and said,"It is imperative that China and the United States find a way to cooperate with respect to the climate crisis."


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