It is not uncommon for Joe Biden to make mistakes and gaffes whenever he speaks, but it is newsworthy when he makes one this big.
Biden was reading his script on Friday as he talked about reducing carbon emissions when he made a rather big mistake.
“Fires have raged across Australia, and the Amazon, and the Russian tundra. In Siberia, I found it almost unbelievable, temperatures reached 118 degrees. 118 degrees inside the Arctic Circle. The finding from a new Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change represents a code red for humanity, and the time to act is really narrowing as the secretary just pointed out. If we get too close to a point of no return, we don’t have a lot of time. So we have to act. All of us, we have to act, and we have to act now. When we met in April, we agreed to strengthen our efforts as we had COP26 in Glasgow. Today I’ve called us together again to candidly assess our progress,” he said at the start of the meeting.
“Here’s what I believe we have to do right now, and what we’re advancing here in the United States. We have to bring to Glasgow our highest possible ambitions. Those that have not yet done so, time is running out. For our part in America, I’m working to pass historic investment and to modernize our climate resilient infrastructure, to build a clean-energy future that creates millions of jobs and ushers in new industries in the future. As part of this work, the United States is committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions between 50 and 52% below 2005 levels by the year 2030. And we set a goal that by 2025 our power sector will be free of carbon, and 2030 50% of the cars sold in the United States we believe should be, must be, electrical vehicles,” he said. (emphasis added.)
A power sector free of carbon by 2025? How would that happen and not crash the entire infrastructure?
Well, it won’t. That’s how. The White House later clarified to Fox News that he meant to say it would happen by 2035, which is also rather far-fetched.
President Biden: “We’ve set a goal that by 2025 our power sector will be free of carbon.” pic.twitter.com/OSYWkmM5zK
— The Hill (@thehill) September 18, 2021
Former White House Doctor and current Republican Rep. Ronny Jackson has called for Biden to take a cognitive test to prove he can do the job in light of his many gaffes.
“I think he’s demonstrating every single day that there is something going on,” he said to Fox News in July.
“You don’t need to be a physician to look at this behavior and see there’s something concerning happening,” he said. “He’s just not aging gracefully at this point.”
“You can go back – there’s forty years of tape of this man – he’s always made gaffes and stuff but these are different, he’s confused, he’s disoriented,” he said.
“We all know people who are 100-years old, who basically are as sharp as a tack, and we know people who are in their mid-60’s that having some cognitive difficulties…and I think he’s on that end of the spectrum,” he said.
“I’m just asking them, when you do the physical exam include the cognitive assessment,” the representative said. “As far as I’m concerned the standard precedent has been set and they need to follow and do the same.”
When the mainstream media was questioning Donald Trump’s mental cognition he acquiesced and took the Montreal Cognitive Assessment (MoCA) which is a 30 point exam that tests for memory impairment, Fox News reported.
“The far left and the mainstream media were demanding that be the new standard for anybody who’s going to lead our country and be our Commander-in-Chief and our
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