Nancy Pelosi on climate change, at the opening of the U.N. conference on climate change: “This is a mission, this is a passion, this is a scientifically-based approach, to all. We are here to say to all of you, on behalf of the House of Representatives … We’re still in it.” pic.twitter.com/mQUFhNf937
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) December 2, 2019
Instead of focusing on issues Americans outside of Washington, D.C. care about, like passing the USMCA trade agreement or lowering the cost of prescription drugs, Speaker Pelosi seems determined to impeach President Trump.
But that’s not all.
When their blind hatred of the president doesn’t consume her party, Pelosi is committed to fighting the existential threat posed by cow farts.
But none of that stopped the California Democrat from using taxpayer money to fly herself and 14 Democrats from the House and Senate all the way to Madrid, Spain, this week.
They’ll be attending the COP25 conference on implementing the Paris agreement on climate change — the same Paris agreement that Trump pulled out of on Nov. 4, at the first opportunity he had. The withdrawal will take effect Nov. 4, 2020, one year after the withdrawal, and one day after the next presidential election.
“By coming here we want to say to everyone, we’re still in,” Pelosi said at a news conference in the Spanish capital, according to Politico. “The United States is still in.”