Biden’s Transgender HHS Asst. Secretary Rachel Levine Says ‘Climate Change Is Having A Disproportionate Effect’ On ‘Black Communities’

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Assistant Health and Human Services Secretary Rachel Levin is a very important person.

“She” (Levine is a biological male who is transgender, born Richard Levine) has now made a bold declaration about a significant problem that is uniquely affecting the black community.

It’s climate change. Specifically affecting the black community worse than other communities.

Thank God someone is finally speaking out on this important subject!

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You Can’t Make This Up

Remember, in this tax season, where Americans pay trillions to the US government, your dollars are going to pay Levine’s salary.

But enough about that. Levine has actually achieved a woke trifecta: A transgender government official warns about climate change that affects black Americans worse, somehow, than all other Americans.

You really can’t make this stuff up.

Does the change in the climate stop changing when it reaches white, Latino or Asian communities?

How does climate know there are borders among certain racial communities when the US federal government doesn’t believe there are any kinds of borders at all?

It’s all so amazing.

Levine said, with a straight face, “Climate change is having a disproportionate effect on the physical and mental health of black communities.”

Seriously? Seriously.

Levine said:

Hello, I’m Admiral Rachel Levine.

This Black History Month, I’m pleased to partner with OMH in advancing better health through better understanding for Black communities.

Climate change is having a disproportionate effect on the physical and mental health of black communities.

Black Americans are more likely than white Americans to live in areas in housing that increase their susceptibility to climate related health issues and 65% of black Americans report feeling anxious about climate change’s impact.

Through our Office of Climate Change and Health Equity and the Office of Environmental Justice we’re working with providers and community leaders to identify innovative approaches that empower communities to address the health consequences linked to climate change.

Wow! Sounds pretty serious.

This is a grown adult person who holds a high office in the official government of the United States.

God help us.

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