Article originally appeared on thepostmillennial.com.
While on her second visit to Seattle since taking office, Vice President Kamala Harris attempted to blame the deadly wildfires in Hawaii on climate change, even though environmental experts are pointing to poor state land management practices.
Harris returned to the Emerald City to mark the one-year anniversary of the Inflation Reduction Act being signed into law and touted how she and President Joe Biden “have committed nearly $1 trillion to build a thriving, clean energy economy for America.” Harris had to cast the tie-breaking vote on the legislation to get it passed the Senate.
While at McKinstry, a construction and energy company based in Seattle, Harris said, “One year ago, President Biden and I made the largest climate investment in America’s history. We are creating millions of good-paying clean energy jobs, we are rebuilding America’s manufacturing, and we are driving American innovation – something this state knows so well.”
“Together, we are building a clean-energy economy and through all our work, President Biden and I are building an economy that works for working people.”
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