Energy Secretary Granholm Thinks Florida Building May Have Collapsed Due To Climate Change (VIDEO)

It’s amazing how Democrats are able to blame pretty much anything on climate change.

Biden’s energy secretary Jennifer Granholm was interviewed on CNN on Monday to talk about the building that recently collapsed in Florida.

When asked by the reporter if the cause may have been climate change, Granholm seemed receptive to the idea.

The Daily Wire reports:

WATCH: Biden Energy Secretary Says ‘We Don’t Know Fully’ If ‘Climate Change’ Caused Florida Building Collapse

Biden administration Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said that “we don’t know fully” whether climate change caused the collapse of a condominium building in Miami, Florida.

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“Do you think that climate could have played a role in that building’s collapse?” a CNN anchor asked Granholm, who previously served as governor of Michigan.

“Well, obviously, we don’t know fully, but we do know that the seas are rising,” replied Granholm. “We know that we’re losing inches and inches of beach — it’s not just in Florida, but all around.”

Granholm then touted the Biden administration’s efforts to pass infrastructure legislation.

“Michigan, where I’m from, we’ve seen the loss of beaches because the waters are rising,” she continued. “This is a phenomenon that will continue… We’ll have to wait and see what the analysis is for this building, but the issue about resilience and making sure that we adapt to this changing climate — that’s gonna mean levies need to be built, that means sea walls need to be built, that means infrastructure needs to be built.”

Watch the video:

So far, authorities in Florida have done a pretty good job responding to this tragic disaster.

It’s probably a good thing that Jennifer Granholm is not in charge of the response.

 

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