Biden Unloads on ‘Climate Change Deniers’ during Texas Border Speech: ‘Neanderthals’

Democrat President Joe Biden appeared to veer dangerously off-script during his “immigration” speech at the Southern Border during his trip to Texas.

Speaking in the border city of Brownsville, Biden turned his attention to the devastating wildfire in the state’s panhandle and Oklahoma.

He then blamed the fires on Americans who believe “the idea that there’s no such thing as climate change,” before blasting them as “Neanderthals.”

“I’ve flown over a lot of these wildfires since I’ve been president,” Biden said.

“Flown over more land burned to the ground.

“All the vegetation gone more than the entire state of Maryland in square footage.”

“The idea there’s no such thing as climate change. I love that, man,” he added.

“I love some of my Neanderthal friends who still think there’s no climate change.”

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Biden didn’t mention Republicans, but he has criticized the GOP in the past for disputing the “global warming” narrative.

When the globalist National Climate Assessment, which details “climate change impacts,” was released in November 2023, Biden blasted the GOP.

“Anyone who willfully denies the impact of climate change is condemning the American people to a very dangerous future,” he said at the time.

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“Impacts are only going to get worse, more frequent, more ferocious, and more costly.

“None of this is inevitable.”

After his brief “climate change” remarks, Biden further criticized Congress for failing to pass bipartisan “border” legislation.

“This bill was on its way to being passed,” he said.

“Then it was derailed by rank-and-file politics.

“The U.S. needs to reconsider this bill and those senators who oppose it need to set politics aside and pass it on the merits.”

“The majority of Republicans and Democrats in both houses support this legislation until someone came along and said ‘Don’t do that. It’ll benefit the incumbent,'” Biden added.

“That’s a hell of a way to do business in America for such a serious problem.

Biden urged President Donald Trump to “join me” in telling Congress to pass a “border security” bill.

However, Biden failed to mention that the “border” deal is failing because it sends tens of billions of dollars abroad to fund endless foreign wars while allocating nothing for border wall construction and other security measures.

Earlier, Biden visited the Rio Grande and received briefings from Homeland Security officials.

Meanwhile, Trump also visited the border some 300 miles away from Biden in Eagle Pass, Texas.

“This is a Joe Biden invasion,” Trump said of the border crisis.

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READ MORE – Top Climate Scientist: ‘Global Warming Emergency’ Is a ‘Lie’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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