There may be no President in history as disastrous as Barack Obama.
His eight year reign nearly destroyed the country as a whole.
And a major Obama ally just said two words and every jaw hit the flood in confusion.
There is no issue that Democrats are more hysterical on than the environment.
They want Americans to believe that they must pass insanely intrusive environmental reforms, including the elimination of all commercial air travel, and phasing out of all oil and gas energy.
To push these ideas, they claim that the world is about to come to an end, oftentimes making doomsday predictions arguing that if their radical agenda isn’t passed, that the world will end in 10 or 12 years.
And they push these claims onto the children of America, who justifiably are upset due to the lies being fed their way.
While their entire agenda is radical enough, there are times where somebody comes forward with even crazier claims about the environment.
In the case of Julian Castro, he made up a term to promote his environmental agenda.
During a town hall, Castro was given a question from an inner city school teacher, claiming that it is the poor who “suffer the most from climate change.”
And in response, Castro essentially argues that “climate change” is racist, calling his plan a civil rights issue to “address environmental injustice.”
“I know that too often times it’s people who are poor, communities of color, who take the brunt of storms that are getting more frequent and more powerful,” Castro began. “My plan actually calls for new civil rights legislation to be able to address environmental injustice.”
Castro argues that issues like the water conditions in Flint, Michigan are racist, as most citizens in the area are minorities.
He also argues that government-funded housing is a form of this environmental racism, because they are more likely to be near polluted areas, and that minorities are more likely to require government-funded housing.
Castro is very familiar with government-funded housing, considering he served in Obama’s Administration as the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
If there is anybody to blame for the conditions in government housing, it is him.
But he is never going to acknowledge that fact.
After just a few years in the Obama Administration, Castro believes he deserves to be President.
The only thing people know Castro for is his position under Barack Obama.
But if the candidacy of Joe Biden proves anything, proximity to Barack Obama doesn’t mean much.
Even after serving as Obama’s Vice President for eight years, the former president refuses to endorse him.
So there is virtually no chance that Obama will be any different for Castro.
And that is likely why he has consistently been one of the lowest-polled candidates in the race.
It is clear that his short record in politics isn’t impressing many people.
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