Is Biden seriously ill or merely suffering from a severe case of verbal diarrhoea? There’s been no word from the White House about whether or not he has cancer.
Biden says that his mother using windshield wipers to "get literally the oil slick off the window" is "why I and so damn many other people have cancer." pic.twitter.com/YIoBlZadRJ
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Biden declared that climate change is a “clear and present danger” while speaking in front of a dystopian background. Citing doomsayers scientists who have warned of a “code red for humanity,” he said it’s an “existential threat.” He adjusted his sunglasses as he spoke.
“We’re here at Brayton Point today,” he announced as he surveyed the devastation of a now-closed power plant. “The coal facility at Brayton Point was the biggest of its kind in New England, with 1500 megawatts of electricity generation capacity. It supplied enough electricity to power one-in-five houses and firms in Massachusetts.”
“This plant supported the economy of this area for over 50 years by providing electricity, fine employment, and taxes,” he added. “But the plant, like many others across the country, had another legacy: toxins, smog, and greenhouse gas emissions. The sort of pollution that has helped us end up at today’s climate emergency.”
He stated that people in the region had to wipe oil off of their automobile windows, “not very much unlike Claymont, Delaware the place i grew up, which features even more oil refineries than in Houston, Texas,”(unintelligible) just across the border in Pennsylvania and all of the prevailing winds were our way.
He continued reminiscing along memory lane.
“I lived just up the road in a residential complex when we moved up to Delaware, and I attended Holy Rosary Grade School, which was also accessible due to its four-lane design, so my mother drove us there rather than us being able to walk. And what do you know? The first frost! You know exactly what was going on. To remove the oil slick from the windshield, you had to use your windshield wipers—literally. That’s why I, along with so many other people like me who grew up there, have cancer. Delaware had the highest rate of cancer in America for a long time.”