Top Official Refuses To Disclose Carbon Tax Earnings

The current political climate in the United States is extremely polarized and divisive. America, now nearly three calendar years into Joe Bidens presidency, face another presidential election in November 2024. For the last several years, a significant feeling of uncertainty, tension, and fear has engulfed the national political climate. Since entering the oval office in 2021, Biden has appeared incompetent, incoherent, and feckless as a leader. Americans have taken notice, and the president is disapproved of by a majority of citizens in a most recent poll. Much of the agenda that Biden has fixated on while serving as the head of the executive branch has been one concerned with “green” alternative energy. Biden has bent and acquiesced to the progressive wing of the Democratic party.

One area of contention in regard to Joe Bidens “green energy” agenda, is the Keystone pipeline. The pipeline, which would have stretched 1,200 miles, was revived during the term president of Trump after being delayed by the Obama administration. It would have connected oil fields in Canada with pipelines in Nebraska, linking oil refineries on the American gulf to supplies of oil. Biden cancelled the project on his first day in office. Ironically, due to international developments in Ukraine and a significant decrease in oil production domestically and internationally, gas prices soared in the months and years following Bidens decision. Unrelated to the 46th president, another pipeline was nixed in South Dakota after regulators voted to prevent a company from building a carbon pipeline.

In Canadian news, the political climate within the northern nation is arguably even more worrisome than in the United States. The Canadian Prime Minister has championed progressive agendas that promote extreme regulatory and economic measures to stop “climate change”. Taxes deemed “carbon taxes” have been implemented, forcing citizens to pay the government to “better the planet”. It is unknown how much of that money has actually benefitted the citizens of Canada.