On Thursday, Joe Biden visited FEMA’s headquarters to offer remarks on the federal government’s relief efforts in response to Hurricane Idalia.
The Category 3 storm made landfall along Florida’s west coast before moving into Georgia and the Carolinas.
Biden encouraged those affected by the hurricane to take advantage of available resources and expressed his hope that these would aid in mitigating the destruction caused by Idalia.
“We’re not this engaged this often, but this past couple years with climate change really kicking in, you guys are going 24 hours a day!” Biden said before lashing out at ‘climate deniers.’
“There are still some deniers out there in terms of whether or not climate change had anything to do with any of this, and we’re gonna need a whole hell of a lot more money!” Biden said.
After mumbling through remarks at the FEMA headquarters, Biden got lost.
Where am I going now?” Biden mumbled.
Joe Biden's most famous quote:
"Where am I going now?" pic.twitter.com/4weh30hyTL
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) August 31, 2023