Pelosi: ‘Mother Earth is Angry’

“Mother Earth is angry,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said during an appearance on MSNBC. “She’s telling us — whether she’s telling us with hurricanes on the Gulf Coast, fires in the West, whatever it is … that the climate crisis is real and has an impact.”

“Sixteen people have died in Washington, Oregon, and California, including a firefighter and 1-year-old baby,” said Pelosi. 

On Thursday, Pelosi committed to making climate change a prominent legislative priority if Joe Biden wins the White House.

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“It’s a terrible moment for us in California. … Wildfire ash is blanketing all of the areas beyond where the fire is, in the Bay Area, turning the skies to orange,” Pelosi said. “It’s dark; it’s dark there. It’s morning and they’re waiting for the sun to come up and it’s dark all day. They need … to drive with their headlights on.”

“The climate crisis was my flagship issue,” Pelosi said of that time. “President Bush was president [and] together we passed the most significant energy bill in the history of our country – the equivalent of taking millions of cars off the road.”

“Preserving the planet for future generations is the challenge to this generation. We’re late. America is not a leader in this [with] the Republican presidents,” Pelosi said.

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