Heartless John Kerry Tells Americans Who Lost Jobs Because of Biden Where to Go
On Joe Biden’s first day in office, he started slashing jobs. There was no easing out of it, he just shut the whole thing down and immediately plummeted tens of thousands of American workers into unemployment.
Democrats are absolutely heartless and ruthless. When do you remember President Trump doing something like this? How about…never?
President Trump is a man who is all about creating job and bringing jobs back to America, while Democrats, and especially these career politician rats for some reason just want to kill jobs and send them overseas. It makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
John Kerry is Biden’s Special Presidential Envoy for Climate and he had a special message for those people who lost their jobs after Biden canceled the contracts with the Keystone XL pipeline. He told them to go build solar panels.
“What President Biden wants to do is make sure that those folks have better choices… That they can be the people to go to work to make the solar panels.”
John Kerry—who flies in private jets, owned a 76-foot yacht and several mansions—has the carbon footprint of a small nation.
Yet he tells energy workers to "make solar panels" when the Biden administration kills their jobs. pic.twitter.com/QhK2FVykxU
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) January 27, 2021
Kerry said that the same people who work in the mines or work in the oil field can go make solar panels. This guy is so far from reality that it’s insulting. This career politician has never had to do any manual labor and doesn’t know that just because two jobs exist that a person can do either one.
Can a McDonald’s worker go work for a logging company? More than likely not. Just because two jobs exist, doesn’t mean that person is equipped to do them. Also, just because the pipeline is shut down and solar jobs supposedly exist, that doesn’t mean that they magically pop up where the oil job was.
This sort of idea completely would displace a person from potentially their family and everything they know and cast them into an unfamiliar territory where there is no certainty that they would even be able to keep this new job very long.