“Here’s my prediction,” het die gasheer gesê. “Mark my words, this will not end well.”
The newly-elected president took off running on climate reform after canceling the Keystone XL Pipeline and killing thousands of jobs on day one. Hannity said that stripping America’s workers of their livelihoods and then taxing the middle class won’t improve the climate but will increase America’s dependence on foreign oil and gas.
“All the oil and gas, die lewensaar van die wêreld se ekonomie, they’re going to have to ship it on boats and trains and trucks,” hy het gesê.
As gevolg daarvan, Het Hannity gesê, die VSA. will once again import its energy from countries that “hate our guts” in the Middle East, as well as hostile regimes like China and Russia.
“Sjoe, no EPA in these countries,” het hy opgemerk. “I guess we’re going to make all those hostile regimes against us rich again. We’ll make them great again.
“And America, weereens, will be dependent on foreign energy, which compromises our national security,” hy het gesê. “Not a good idea.”
Daarbenewens, global pollution will likely worsen, Hannity explained, and Americans will pay more at the gas pump and to heat their homes. Verder, while tens of thousands of Americans are grieving over lost jobs, foreign nations are doing “backflips.”
“We’ll pay more in taxes and our enemies and hostile regimes around us will all get rich and they’ll be prospering,” het die gasheer gesê.
Hannity also panned Biden’s pledged to give workers reliable, well-paying careers through his climate plan.
“The guys in the energy sector now are getting paid on average $ 100,000 n jaar,” Het Hannity gesê. “You just laid them off, Joe … You just destroyed their careers, hul drome, their livelihoods with promises that millions of jobs are going to be created, good jobs.
“Wel, how are they gonna put food on the table next week? Pay the mortgage [of] rent next week? Or pay their truck or car payment next week? Your unemployment insurance, Joe, is not gonna cut it, and the competition for jobs right now [het] never been greater.”