Kamala Harris Says Recent Deaths From Flooding in Missouri and Kentucky Could Have Been Prevented if Congress Spent More Money to Fight Climate Change (VIDEO)
Kamala Harris on Monday delivered remarks on the Biden Regime’s investments in climate change.
Harris traveled to Miami on Monday to announce $1 billion to states destroyed by recent floods.
A flash flood last week caused massive property damage in St Louis.
One man drowned in his car on Skinker Boulevard.
Kentucky Governor Beshear said the death toll from floods in his state has risen to at least 37.
Gov. Beshear is also canceling his upcoming trip to Israel. He says he cannot be overseas while the people of eastern Kentucky are suffering. #WKYT
— Chad Hedrick (@ChadHedrickWKYT) August 1, 2022
Kamala Harris on Monday suggested that the recent deaths in Missouri and Kentucky could have been prevented if Congress spent more money fighting climate change.
“For years we have debated the impacts of climate change on our country and our world and today we know…just watch the evening news and see that the time for debate has long passed,” said Harris.
“Climate change has become a climate crisis and a threat has now become a reality,” Harris added.
“In recent days, deadly floods have swept through Missouri and Kentucky washing away entire neighborhoods, leaving babies and children and it’s been reported four children from one family – so the devastation is real, the harm is real, the impact is real and we are witnessing it in real time,” she said.
.@VP Harris suggests recent deaths during flooding in Missouri and Kentucky could have been prevented if Congress were spending more trying to stop the climate from changing pic.twitter.com/xFUOmKDdbj
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) August 1, 2022
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