(RepublicanWire.org) – President Joe Biden is sending a message to Canadians that he takes global warming very, very seriously, by taking a 75-car motorcade through the capital city of Ottawa.

 “Biden will be taken—in his infamous armoured limousine known as ‘The Beast’—to Rideau Cottage to meet with Trudeau and his wife, Sophie Gregoire Trudeau,” CTV noted. “Rideau Cottage is the prime minister’s current residence, located on the grounds at Rideau Hall, approximately seven kilometres northeast of Parliament Hill.”

During their visit to Canada, the Biden’s claimed that it has been ‘a tough year’ for the United States, blaming ‘global warming’ for everything from forest fires to excessive rain.

Jill can be quoted as saying “It’s been really warm ’cause of global warming in the United States”.

Joe then adds, “On the West Coast — a great deal of rain and a lot of forest fires — we’ve had a tough year due to global warming”.

How ridiculous is this? To have a President who has brought our economy to its knees, saying it has been a tough year because of ‘global warming.’

Biden claims global warming is the number one threat to society, as areas of California experience record snowfall.

It is just hard to believe that Biden actually thinks global warming is an actually threat, when he is flying all over the world on a regular basis, and when he arrives at his destination, he has a ridiculous motorcade.

(RepublicanWire.org) – White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre struggled to accurately describe NORAD and mispronounced the word “Canada” during an interview with MSNBC on Sunday.

Jean-Pierre joined network host Jonathan Capehart to discuss objects the military continues to shoot down over North America.

Four such objects have been taken out of the sky since a suspected Chinese spy balloon was shot down just off the South Carolina coast.

Saturday, a U.S. military F-22 fighter downed what was described as a cylindrical object in Canadian airspace, Reuters reported.

The object was targeted after it was identified by NORAD.

During an awkward segment, Jean-Pierre struggled to adequately describe NORAD, which is tasked with protecting the skies over both Canada and the U.S. as part of a joint organization between both countries.

Capehart, for his part, was seemingly unaware as to why a U.S. jet operated outside of the country’s borders.

“Why is the American military shooting something out of the sky over Canada?” he asked.

“Because it’s part of, uh, NORAD,” Jean-Pierre responded. “There’s — uh — the NORAD is part of like a — part of — It’s a, it’s a, what you call a coalition — a consortium. A pact.”

Jean-Pierre went on to explain U.S. military leadership had not made a rogue decision to take action against an object in another country. In doing so, she bungled the name of the country’s neighbor to the north.

“We did it … clearly in step with Canadia,” she explained.

NORAD was founded during the Cold War and is headquartered near Colorado Springs, Colorado.

“On May 12, 1958, the agreement between the Canadian and U.S. governments that established NORAD was formalized,” the organization said on its website.

The agreement has been renewed numerous times, most recently in 2006.

(RepublicanWire.org) – New York City is paying for bus tickets to the Canadian border for migrants who want to flee the Big Apple. The New York Post not only reported on the issue Sunday night, but they also confirmed it with top government officials.

Seems southern border states like Texas, frustrated with the flood of people coming across the Mexican-American border, have been sending busloads of people to progressive sanctuary cities. It’s a move that’s attracted widespread criticism from people saying it shows Texas doesn’t care about the plight of migrants and is inhumane.

Now it turns out N.Y.C. is doing the same thing by passing the problem on to Canada.

“Mayor Eric Adams’s administration pays various companies that run programs for migrants that include ‘re-ticketing’ so they can travel to other cities, a City Hall source said,” the Post reported Sunday.

Venezuelan Raymond Peña told the Post on Monday that he and his family received free bus tickets at Manhattan’s Port Authority Bus Terminal and said they were “going to Canada for a better quality of life.”

Susy Sanchez Solzarno, who emigrated from Peru, told the Post that she decided to head to Canada after one of her daughter’s saw a video of other migrants making the trip on TikTok, and said that she spent about two weeks selling candy on the New York City subway in order to fund their move.

“I wanted to live in New York because I thought it would be a better future for my daughters,” she told the newspaper. “But as the days went by, I saw insecurity, many homeless people, many people who shout and are disrespectful, and many people on drugs.”

She added, “I am going to Canada for the safety and future of my girls. I only ask God that everything goes well and that Canada is not like the United States.”

(RepublicanWire.org) – Sen. Rand Paul, a Kentucky Republican with a strong libertarian streak, has issued a warning to Americans after Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau recently invoked a little-used law to break up the “Freedom Convoy” trucker protest in Ottawa.

In an interview with a political podcast that was released on Sunday, Paul compared Canada’s “Emergencies Act” to similar laws on the books in the United States, noting that a number of ‘national emergencies’ currently in effect were initially declared years ago and are simply renewed by presidents annually without debate for fanfare.

“I think statutes that allow presidents or heads of state to invoke emergencies are very, very dangerous,” said Paul during an episode of the BASED Politics program.

“We have the same sort of statutes here, and I have long-time been an opponent of these. We actually have in the United States an Emergency Act that allows the president to shut down the internet,” he said.

Fox News adds:

Several Canadian civil liberties groups have also spoken out against Trudeau after he invoked the Emergencies Act to cut off funding for “Freedom Convoy” truckers, freeze their bank accounts and crack down on the lingering demonstrations in Ottawa. The trucker protest has been largely cleared from the Canadian capital, but Trudeau has not yet relaxed the state of emergency.

Paul explained how he failed in his attempt to corral anti-Trump Democrats into an alliance with libertarian-leaning Republicans to strike down such emergency power legislation during the Trump administration.

“[Sen.] Mike Lee had some reforms that he put forward on the Emergency Act, and it’s something we should look at, because these things go on and on,” Paul continued. “There are some emergencies in the U.S. that have been going on for many, many decades. And the president can just renew them every year. There’s no real stopping him.”

The Kentucky senator went on to point out how he tweeted Feb. 16 that Canada had transformed itself into Egypt, where he said President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi has been extending his emergency powers so he could arbitrarily detain or target political opponents.

“And so the emergency edict that Trudeau has done in Canada allows him to do some horrendous things, allows him to stop travel, allows him to detain people without trial. Now we don’t know that he’s going to do that, but it is very, very worrisome what he might do,” Paul said.

Canadian groups have also pushed back on Trudeau’s emergency declaration.

The Canadian Civil Liberties Association has said that despite the disruption caused by the trucker’s protests, that did not rise to the level of standard needed for the prime minister to invoke the Emergencies Act. The group said that the law exists for “the ability of the Government of Canada to preserve the sovereignty, security and territorial integrity of Canada” and only for actions that “cannot be effectively dealt with under any other law of Canada.”

That said, the Canadian parliament voted Monday to support Trudeau’s declaration, with two left-wing factions coming together in order to pass the measure.

“Even though the prime minister was allowed to use the powers authorized under the Emergencies Act immediately, parliamentary approval is required within seven days for the declaration to be valid. Canada’s Senate must also vote on whether it approves the use of emergency powers, though no date has been set,” the Washington Post reported.

“The Emergencies Act is not something to undertake lightly, and it’s something that needs to be momentary, temporary and proportional,” Trudeau said ahead of the vote.