An announcement about “war” just shocked the nation. Millions of people are stunned — Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) has confirmed it.
“I’ve voted for several of President Biden’s nominees,” said McConnell in a statement this week. “But his choices to lead Interior and the EPA appear eager to restart the left’s war on domestic energy.”
“Kentuckians know that when radical policies are on the table, it means their jobs and pocketbooks are on the menu,” he concluded. As such, McConnell does not seem eager to support Biden’s nominees for these crucial posts.
Biden has nominated Michael S. Regan, a regulator from North Carolina, to lead the EPA. He has also chosen New Mexico Rep. Deb Haaland (D) for secretary of the Interior Department. Both candidates are troublesome.
Biden, you see, is on board with the left-wing “environmental justice” movement, which has nothing to do with science — it is all about a radical socialist agenda to redistribute wealth on a mass scale.
All Republicans should oppose these two nominees, however, if 50 Democrats vote in a block, Vice President Kamala Harris has still cast a tie-breaking vote. Moderate Sen. Joe Machin (D-WV) will likely be the crucial swing vote.
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