Liberals have pledged to “fight any Republican” in order to safeguard their climate policy achievements.
On Monday, U.S. delegates began arriving in Cairo, Egypt, for the United Nations’ 27th session on climate change. No matter who is in charge of the Senate or the White House, the House has made it clear that it will not stop fighting against climate change and the Republican Party.
On Friday, Frank Pallone, the chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, said additional research was required. And if the Republicans do lose, I hope they learn that our foreign allies can always count on the Democratic Party to fight back against any attempts to turn back our victories.
One New Jersey Democrat in the House said that Republican candidates have “made it obvious that, if elected, they will pursue an extreme agenda that puts fossil fuel and corporate special interests” ahead of the interests of the American people and U.S. allies.
We will vehemently reject any proposal that would undermine or destroy our hard-earned climate victories,” Obama said in a speech to the Democratic caucus.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi lashed out at Republicans on Thursday, calling their focus on partisan games instead of finding a solution to the climate catastrophe shocking.
Ahead of Tuesday’s midterm election results, House Democrats showed their support for her on Friday.
The vice president’s confidence in our ability to tackle climate change has prompted House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal to call the Democrats’ climate change proposal “the most significant proposal as it pertains to Climate Change in the history of Earth.”
There have been numerous expressions of gratitude from Democrats in both chambers of Congress to Speaker Pelosi for her leadership and the legislation that has been passed and signed into law by President Biden, particularly the infrastructure package and the Inflation Reduction Act.
As of this writing, there are still uncalled races for 32 seats in the House of Representatives and three seats in the Senate. Both the Republicans and the Democrats fell short of their goal of gaining a majority in the legislature.
Republicans will have to fight Democrats after falling one seat short of the 218 required for a House majority.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi has assembled a delegation to send the message that the Earth will be preserved, and its chairman, Representative Gregory Meeks, said it best: “I’m pleased again to join this delegation, along with Speaker Pelosi, that she’s put together.”
He indicated his agreement with this viewpoint when he later said, “We need to work together.”