Last week, Hurricane Ida ravaged Louisiana. When President Joe Biden visited the state to survey the damage, he probably was not expecting the cold shoulder he received.
According to the official White House Twitter account, Biden delivered an address from LaPlace on Friday.
Happening Now: President Biden delivers remarks on the Administration’s response to Hurricane Ida from LaPlace, Louisiana. https://t.co/5p5SAZAJri
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) September 3, 2021
While he attempted to argue the natural disaster should be a nonpartisan issue, he turned around and pushed his own leftist ideas on climate change.
“Hurricane Ida is another reminder that we need to be prepared for the next hurricane and superstorms that are going to come, and they’re going to come more frequently and more ferociously,” he said.
In addition, Biden later attempted to pitch his infamous “Build Back Better” agenda as victims of the hurricane’s wrath were still reeling from the damage.
“I’ve been working closely with the governor and our colleagues in Congress in both parties on my Build Back Better plan that will modernize our roads, our bridges, our water system, sewers and draining systems, and power grids and transmission lines to make sure they’re more resilient,” he said.
“I walked through the backyards here — so many telephone lines are down. So many telephone poles are down. … We got to not just build back to what it was,