After ruining tens of thousands of jobs in the energy industry, President Joe Biden is diverting $30 billion earmarked for farmers by former President Donald Trump to a controversial climate change program. 

In his bill, Biden created a “carbon bank” that will compensate farmers who grow crops following so-called sustainable farming practices that are supposed to help “capture carbon in the soil,” author Cristina Laila wrote on Feb. 2. 

Trump dedicated those funds to compensate farmers who were affected by the trade restrictions, which resulted from his campaign to get the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to pay the United States fair customs tariffs it had evaded for years.

The $30 billion will be allocated to users through the Market Facilitation Payment (MFP) program.

But Biden has prioritized climate change theories, which is why he also rejoined the Paris Accords, from which Trump broke away in 2017 arguing that they damage the country’s economy and are also based on theories questioned by the scientific community.

As for global warming campaigns for astrophysicist Willie Soon, “It’s all about hand-waving, emotion, sending out kids in protest. It has nothing to do with the science,” according to Daily Signal. 

It appears that the propaganda about the coming destruction of the Earth is driven by the intentions of those pushing the climate change theory, including the U.N. and is an attempt to gain more power over people.

This is inferred from the words of climatology professor David Legates: “Governments want to keep control. … Carbon dioxide becomes that molecule by which [they] can take control of your lives.”

For Trump one of the priorities was the economic well-being of Americans, taking care also of the environment and ecological consequences, and in this field he also made great achievements

“Compliance with the terms of the Paris accord and the onerous energy restrictions it has placed on the United States could cost America as much as 2.7 million lost jobs by 2025 according to the National Economic Research Associates,” Trump explained when announcing his withdrawal from the treaties. 

He added, “This includes 440,000 fewer manufacturing jobs—not what we need—believe me, this is not what we need—including automobile jobs, and the further decimation of vital American industries on which countless communities rely. They rely on so much, and we would be giving them so little.”