Biden Shuffle in CO Won’t Get Burned Homes Rebuilt

Biden Shuffle in CO Won’t Get Burned Homes Rebuilt

Biden Shuffle in CO Won’t Get Burned Homes Rebuilt

FICUS Biden’s handlers have an election to steal this November. In the meantime, they have to make sure Creepy Joe at least looks like a caring human being. So it’s off to Colorado to stand in front of some burned homes, hug a select few people who won’t cringe (much) then do a few talking points for the cameras.

LOUISVILLE, Colo., Jan 7 (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden, visiting the scene of Colorado’s most destructive wildfire on record, said on Friday the rare winter blaze marked the latest “code red” reminder of an ominously changing climate he hopes to confront with his renewable energy agenda.

“We can’t ignore the reality that these fires are being supercharged” by global warming, Biden said

An aside here for a moment. This is from Reuters – supposedly a neutral news agency that many media outlets subscribe to. That they tossed in an editorial OPINION in the first paragraph ominously changing climate is just another example of how journalistic standards have been destroyed.

Yep, let’s use reporters to shake their pom-poms for Good O’Joe’s Green Energy scam! And it doesn’t stop there. Reading like a campaign press release rather than a news report, Reuter’s writer Jeff Mason gushes over Joe and Jill’s shuffle through the ruins to shake hands, give hugs and pinky-promise: “We’re going to make sure that everything you need occurs.”

Square that image of a warm, interested and engaged Holy Samaritan with this performance later:

Disney’s Mr. Lincoln appears more human than clown Biden with his mush mouth platitudes, faux folksy stories and the inelegant segue to the Left’s favorite crisis topic — Climate Change!!

“The situation is a blinking code red for our nation”

#FJB then launches into a pitch for his graftastic Build Back Better (while destroying America) bill that has nothing to do with all those homeowners facing the reality that Sir Joe of Woe and Ruination has ground down their chances for a reasonable recovery under the shuffle of his hobnailed bedroom slippers.

From start to finish, construction of a 2,500-square-foot house in Denver would normally take four to five months. Now, that same project typically takes eight to 10 months, said John Covert, principal at Zonda Advisory, a homebuilding market research firm based in Denver. The local surge in demand after a disaster only compounds the problem. (snip)

Contractors are tough to come by amid a surge in remodeling and supplies of lumber and steel are being held up by supply-chain snags, said Robert Dietz, chief economist for the National Association of Home Builders.

Lumber prices have soared from about $350 per 1,000 board feet before the pandemic to nearly $1,500 last year, Dietz said. That can mean additional costs of $30,000-$40,000 for a typical home, he said.

Don’t worry too much, Coloradoans. Bidenflation may mean your homeowners insurance payout won’t actually rebuild your home, but Good Old Joe feelz.your.pain.

No word if Corn Pop was around to help save the home.

There is little evidence that climate change has anything to do with either the frequency or intensity of wildfires, regardless of Biden mumbles after a shuffle through the ashes of what used to be someone’s home. It is just another crisis too good to waste. It wasn’t that long ago #OrangeManBad was the reason California burned. Today the citizens of Colorado were the props to be used. And forgotten as soon as the circus leaves town.

Let’s go Brandon!

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  • George V says:

    There’s a good rebuttal to the climate change argument for the Colorado fire on the WattsUpWithThat climate website:

    https://wattsupwiththat.com/2022/01/06/the-colorado-wildfire-and-global-warming-is-there-a-connection/

    • Nina Bookout says:

      That’s an excellent summary of how climate change is NOT the culprit. Furthermore, he is correct in that there are large swaths of grassland right next to large housing developments. Grassland that because ‘open space and keep it as nature intended!’ no grazing is allowed. I live near that area and there are over 1,084 homes and counting that will need to be rebuilt.

      • Scott says:

        Hopefully you were able to avoid pudding cup and his entourage Nina..
        When we were up there last week, we just had the sidesaddle governor flying overhead.. he didn’t get in our way thankfully…though that was Friday morning, and by then it was mostly mop-up.. I did hear that fool blaming glow-bull warming too.. It’ll be interesting how far the investigations into the fire go. I’ve heard some buzz through the grapevine that fire departments in the area were requesting a declaration from the state as early as 11:30-Noon, but Polis didn’t act on it till around 3:30..( sounds really similar to his delay during the “bomb cyclone” a few years back.. it’s almost as if he’s incompetent in his position..) If the surge we went up on had been 2-3 hours earlier, results could have been far different..

  • alanstorm says:

    “We can’t ignore the reality that these fires are being supercharged” by global warming, Biden said”

    In the middle of winter?

    Go back to sleep, Joey.

  • Cameron says:

    I remember the Obama years. He’s about to give a speech on illegal immigration and he just happened to run into an illegal alien saying “President Obama please pass laws that will help us.” When a Muslim terror attack happened, he received a Valentine’s Day card from a 9-year-old Muslim girl who was So Scared about “islamaphobia.”

    Joe isn’t even that inventive. He just inserts himself into the narrative and tells tales about his disaster prone life. Amazing that he didn’t make it about his dead son for a change though.

  • Ted says:

    N. b. All references to federal or government funds need to be edited to refer to taxpayer funds. Even Resident Brandon doesn’t sit on a pile of “government money” like Mr Pennybags, as ALL funds, whether derived from taxes, fees, fines, or settlements comes, ultimately from we who buy goods and services.

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