Biden’s Secretary of Commerce: American children ‘having clothes comes second to the existential threat of climate change’

We have lived through a period that went from mankind cannot control the weather to environmental alarmists first warning about global cooling, then global warming and now the “existential threat” of climate change.

Now we learn from Biden’s Secretary of Commerce Gina M. Raimondo that American children having clothes comes second to dealing with the “existential threat” of climate change. Watch and listen:

When the climate cools during the winter children need coats, scarves and other clothes to keep them warm and protect them from the elements. When the climate warms in the summer children need clothes to keep them cool and protect them from sunburn and overheating.

Logic right? Wrong. The climate myth trumps logic.

On February 17th, 2021 USA Today’s Kerry Breen reported:

A winter storm that pummeled the state has set record-low temperatures in cities like San Antonio, Dallas and Corpus Christi, with some areas of the state seeing single-digit and below-zero temperatures. According to NBC News, the unprecedented cold put too much strain on the state’s electrical system, meaning that more than 3 million residents of the state are dealing with rolling power outages or total blackouts.

NBC News also reported that at least 25 people have died in “weather-related fatalities” since the weekend, with the “majority” of the deaths happening in Texas.

In an ABC News report published on Aug 23, 2021 titled “Don’t Waste Your Money: Clothing Shortage” John Matarese reported:

Shoppers are ready to restock their closets for the fall and winter. But many are asking, where’s all the clothing?

Kristin Sterling was trying to do some back-to-school shopping at TJ Maxx. “I’ve been looking for baby items, as well as for a teen, a school-age child,” Sterling said. But inside, she found a much smaller selection than she has seen before. “I’m finding that there’s not that much clothing,” Sterling said.

Shoppers across the country are finding half-empty clothing racks, and shoe shelves out of popular sizes at many stores. At a Burlington store, a third of the store is now closed off with a divider. High school sophomore Mia Dressel was looking for a homecoming dress with her grandmother, but… “All the dresses were really, really short, or really long,” Dressel said.

Read the full article.

In a December 2nd, 2021 Forbes article titled “Inflation is coming for your closet—the cost of clothing to jump next year, new report showsSophie Mellor reported:

Owing to supply-chain snarls, two-thirds of fashion executives said they are expecting to increase prices in 2022, with an average price increase of 3% across all clothing and apparel, this year’s State of Fashion 2022 report by the Business of Fashion and McKinsey & Co. found.

A worrying 15% of executives polled said they planned on increasing prices by more than 10% in 2022.

Inflation in fashion is caused by a combination of material shortages, transportation bottlenecks, and rising shipping costs straining supply and demand, according to the study, which surveyed more than 220 international fashion executives and experts.

Read the full article.

All of these things are happening now but worse. Biden’s build back better for Americans nothings built, nothings back and nothings better.

The Bottom Line

America depends on cheap and reliable power. America depends on its supply chain to deliver goods and services. America depends on our economy to provide what we need to live healthy and prosperous lives. That is now all at risk.

Biden’s green policies of eliminating fossil fuels and replacing oil, coal and natural power plants with solar and wind generators to stop the “existential threat” of climate change is destroying foundation of the economy.

From climate change to lockdown mandates we are seeing the long term impact on everything we Americans have come to depend on. Going to the supermarket or store or online and buying what we need and want is gradually going away. It’s becoming more and more common to see shortages and higher prices for essentials.

Biden’s policies are the root cause our supply chain to being disrupted.

3PL Central in its 2022 State of the Third-Party Logistics Industry Report warned:

Disruptions to the supply chain aren’t over yet. It is predicted that supply chain issues facing the United States will continue into 2022citing demand as one of the top contributors. The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, which account for 40% of shipping containers entering the U.S., have already started operating 24/7 to relieve supply chain bottlenecks. But with labor shortages in both warehousing and transportation, are consumers looking at something similar—or more disruptive than—the 2020 toilet paper shortage?

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With a quickly shifting marketplace, many companies are finding it increasingly difficult to navigate the intricacies of the supply chain. This has led to many businesses looking to outsource their logistics needs to third-party logistics warehouses and transportation providers. In 2021, users of 3PL services reported that 40% of their total logistics expenditures were related to outsourcing. Much of this growth can be directly correlated to the rise of the ecommerce industry. Considering this push of online sales, expectations for the global third-party logistics market are expected to be valued at $1.1 trillion over the next six years.

Biden and his administration have reset the priorities of America and Americans are now feeling the pinch. From Covid to Climate Change this administration has fundamentally transformed our economy from being robust, our supply chain from being dependable and our store shelves full to the polar opposite.

From baby formula, to clothing, to fuel prices to the cost of living Biden’s policies are NOT making America better, rather it is making America MUCH worse.

What is more important to you? Feeding and clothing your new born baby or climate change?

Bill Nye said,

“The less we do to address climate change now, the more regulation we will have in the future.” 

Under Biden we now have more and more regulations and mandates negatively impacting our economy in the name of climate change.

How’s that working out for you now?

Choose wisely on Tuesday, November 8th, 2022 because you and your family’s long-term health, welfare and well being are at stake.

©Dr. Rich Swier. All rights reserved.

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  1. Royal A Brown III
    Royal A Brown III says:

    O’Biden and Raimondo are both total Looney Tunes as is the entire Obama 3 Administration.

    How these Marxists, socialist Democrats think they can blame the hyperinflation we’re experiencing on Mega MAGA’s is beyond insane ! They know all our current problems with supply chain; inflation; identity politics separating rather than uniting; overspending; overtaxing; etc. etc. are entirely their fault

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