President Joe Biden’s administration has published a report that blames “climate change” on unvaccinated Americans.
The Biden admin recently published the Fifth National Climate Assessment (NCA 5).
The report claims that the alleged state of “climate change” in the U.S. is linked to increased pandemic risks.
The NCA 5 includes a full section that details the assumed connection between “climate change” and the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the report, future pandemics will become more likely and worse as the projected impacts of climate change take effect.
It also asserts that their combined effects can only be addressed with “early collective action and systemic change.”
The Biden admin argues that pandemics are worse than they should be when members of the public refuse to get vaccinated.
The “systemic change” pushed in the report includes Americans complying with vaccine mandates for “the common good.”
According to the NCA-5, people can do more to “save the planet” by yielding to the government’s pandemic protocols.
The report also states that climate-driven changes in ecosystems increase the risk of emerging infectious diseases by altering the interactions between humans, pathogens, and animals.
Additionally, the NCA 5 claims more than 50 percent of identified pathogenic illnesses are exacerbated by climate change, especially those originating in animals or vector-borne diseases.
It wants people to believe that aside from influencing the distribution, diversity, and abundance of vectors and non-human hosts, climate change can also increase host susceptibility to pathogens and pathogen replication, hasten the transmission of pathogens, and promote the establishment of new illnesses.
The NCA 5 offers some solutions to get ahead of the next pandemic, but many questions remain unanswered about the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A letter sent last June to CIA Director William Burns, signed by Republican Ohio Reps. Brad Wenstrup and Mike Turner, revealed that an experienced Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer told both the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence that the CIA paid six investigators six-figure sums to change their positions away from suspecting a lab leak in Wuhan, China.
But despite the evidence, the White House insists it still cannot say for certain that COVID-19 originated in a lab.
The NCA 5 states that both COVID-19 and climate change have “common underlying challenges and solutions,” such as cooperative action among nations to reduce threats, “bottom-up and top-down programming to build community resilience and solutions to address stark socioeconomic, racial, and gender disparities that increase the vulnerability of those who are facing discrimination or have fewer resources.”
The NCA 5 also claims that factors such as air pollution, drought, heat waves, hurricanes, and wildfires variously added to the transmission of COVID-19 and the severity of cases, particularly between minorities and lower-income populations.
When asked about the pandemic section of the report, Steve Milloy, a senior legal fellow for the Energy and Environment Legal Institute, said pandemics are caused by infectious diseases, viruses, and bacteria.
Milloy added that there is no evidence that the slight warming observed “over the last 150 years has anything to do with any of that…
“It’s about hygiene and insecticides.”