Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden marked Election Day by launching an unfounded claim on Twitter that the Earth “will never recover” if Americans choose to re-elect President Donald Trump.

“If we give Donald Trump another four years in the White House, our planet will never recover,” the former vice president said.

His tweet was seen as an effort to throw a shade at President Trump’s climate change efforts despite himself endorsing in all but name the extreme and overly-ambitious “Green New Deal,” as well as his support for putting clamps on fracking — which his campaign maintained is not his official position but CNN fact-checked as a “ falsely claim.”

In his  Twitter storm on the morning of November 3, Election Day, the Democratic presidential hopeful also made several other claims —  without evidence —  against the incumbent Republican president in his last ditch effort to sway American voters into voting him to the White House.

“If we give Donald Trump another four years in the White House, he will forever alter the character of our nation. We can’t let that happen,” Biden said.

“I believe health care is a right for all. Donald Trump believes it’s a privilege for the few.”

“Over 230,000 Americans have died from COVID-19, and 30 million people have lost hours, paychecks, or jobs. Nearly one in five small businesses have closed. Are you better off than you were four years ago?,” the Democratic challenger added.

Lastly, in the final hours to the election, the presidential candidate stuck to his narrative to attract voter’s support by promising to continue former President Barack Obama’s legacy but this time, with running mate, Senator Kamala Harris.

“In 2008 and 2012, you placed your trust in me to help lead this country alongside Barack Obama. Today, I’m asking for your trust once again — this time, in Kamala and me,” he said.


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