Sneaky pandering move by Biden Admin kills Zero Emissions program before it’s begun


This was devious. The left likes to exclaim its support for Net Zero and Zero Emissions of the essential plant food trace gas, carbon dioxide but when presented with the most logical replacement for fossil fuels it screeches and calls for inefficient “renewables”. As France can attest, the cleanest, cheapest fuel is nuclear.

A new nuke opened in Georgia earlier this year and there was to be an uptick in new construction of nuclear power stations across America.

Except, the old left are having a hard time moving with the times. Cue a tribal protest. And a typical response that fails to address the issue.

“President Biden is leaning toward designating a vast area near the Grand Canyon as a national monument to safeguard it from uranium mining, according to five people familiar with the plans.

Leaders of local tribes and environmentalists have spent years lobbying to protect areas near the park from potential uranium mining, which they say would threaten aquifers and water supplies. They have asked Washington to double the protected area around the canyon by including 1.1 million acres of public lands in a Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni Grand Canyon National Monument.”

So Uncle Joe has decided to establish a new national monument protecting nearly 1 million acres of federal lands adjacent to Grand Canyon National Park from uranium mining and other development. 

The site, named Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni – Ancestral Footprints of the Grand Canyon National Monument, will span approximately 917,000 acres north and south of the park. It is Biden’s fifth national monument designation as president and will advance the “administration’s goal” of protecting 30% of the nation’s lands and waters by 2030.

By protecting, they mean keeping out of the hands of the people.

The monument will “preserve the status quo by not allowing new mining claims to be put into effect,” a senior administration official told reporters Monday, noting that the area contains 1.3% of the nation’s known uranium reserves.

But mining interests have condemned Biden’s upcoming move, arguing it doesn’t square with the administration’s broader effort to combat climate change and boost carbon-free energy. Huff Post