COP 28: United Nations’ Fashion Police and Kamala’s Cash

They are talking about limiting your access to fashion at the UN climate conference in Dubai. Really.

However, V.P. Kamala Harris isn’t worried about limits on her power under the U.S. Constitution.  Kamala just pledged $3 billion of your money (Congress didn’t appropriate) to the UN Green Climate Fund.

Watch Marc Morano’s exclusive interview with fashionista Dame Ellen MacArthur.  Marc asked Dame Ellen at COP 28 about the “C40” Mayors group plan to limit you to three clothing purchases per year.

“It’s how they have access to the product,” MacArthur explained, “as much as the product itself. And there are different ways to have access to clothing products.”

Maybe the UN could create a clothing wait list modeled after the way the old East Germany distributed cars to the unconnected. It was very efficient. It only took 13 years to put you behind the wheel of a cramped little Trabant with a noisy two cycle engine.  You know, like your lawn mower.  Think how well that could work for a pair of coveralls or a prom dress.

V.P. Kamala Harris spoke at COP 28 after President Biden gave it a pass.  Peter Murphy reports  at CFACT.org that the V.P. came bearing gifts for the UN in the form of a pile of Kamala climate cash.  Murphy asks: “on a $34 trillion U.S. debt, what’s another $3 billion?” If only the Biden Administration would ask hard questions and act responsibly.

Murph’ interviewed a project coordinator for a group called “The Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty Initiative.  They want developing nations to forego reliable electricity and “leapfrog” to wind and solar.  Like so many walking the UN’s halls of climate power, they expect the U.S. to fork over “the lion’s share” of the expense.

As Murphy explains, that’s where Kamala Harris and the UN Green Climate Fund come into play.  “The U.S. Department of Treasury said at the tail end of its statement issued last week that the Vice President’s pledge ‘is subject to the availability of funds.’ Exactly. The U.S. Constitution stipulates that Congress, not the Executive branch, authorizes spending by the federal government.”

Can the Constitution stop the Biden Administration from sending your tax dollars to the UN?

It didn’t stop Barack Obama.

For nature and people too.

EDITORS NOTE: This CFACT column is republished with permission. ©All rights reserved.

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