Biden Vows to ‘Increase Number & Intensity of Extreme Weather Events’

Democrat President Joe Biden has been accused of a “Freudian slip” after declaring during a speech that his administration is manipulating the weather.

Biden turned heads with a bizarre remark vowing his government is working on plans to increase the severity and amount of extreme weather events.

The president made the eyebrow-raising gaffe last week in Live Oak, Florida,

Biden delivered comments during an address following Hurricane Idalia.

Video has since emerged on social media showing Biden making the apparent flub.

Speaking to the press, Biden said, “I also convened my entire Cabinet as part of a whole-of-government response.

“And that response is to increase the number and intensity of the extreme weather events and be wary — we’re going to be — use all the resources available to the government to do it.”

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White House transcript of the event included alterations to Biden’s speech, seemingly done by the president’s unidentified and unelected handlers.

The transcript inserts segments that Biden had apparently omitted in an attempt to refine his remarks.

The transcript states:

I also convened my entire Cabinet as part of a whole-of-government response.  And that response is to [the] increase [in] the number and intensity of the extreme weather events and be wary — we’re going to be — use all the resources available to the government to do it.

The gaffe arrived in the wake of the wildfires in Lahaina, Hawaii.

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Theories have been spreading on social media that suggest the fires might have been intentionally ignited using government-operated direct energy weapons.

The comments from Biden come after Vice President Kamala Harris was also recently accused of making a similar “Freudian slip.”

As Slay News reported in July, Harris made a disturbing comment while laying out the administration’s plans to meet the globalist green agenda goals.

During a Friday speech at Coppin State University in Baltimore, Maryland, Harris stated that in order to meet “climate change” goals, governments must “reduce population.”

Harris told the room:

“When we invest in clean energy and electric vehicles and reduce population, more of our children can breathe clean air and drink clean water.”

The audience responded to the disturbing comment with cheers and applause.

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The White House handlers also “corrected” the transcript of the speech by stating that Harris meant to say “pollution.”

Many on social media suggested that the comment was a “Kinsley gaffe.”

The term comes from journalist Michael Kinsley, who said, “A gaffe is when a politician tells the truth – some obvious truth he isn’t supposed to say.”

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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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