Biden Mulls A Dozen Foreign Mining Projects After Blocking Domestic Ventures

While the Biden administration continues to put America last when it comes to – well, most things, they sure are great at handing money to foreign governments.

In the latest example, the administration is considering funding 12 critical mineral mining projects overseas under the guise of fighting climate change, Axios reported Monday.

According to Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment, Joe Fernandez, “around a dozen” overseas projects are under consideration, including mining, mineral processing and recycling, which would allow the administration to secure ‘critical minerals’ required to manufacture green energy technologies – such as ones the Biden team have blocked in both Minnesota and Alaska over ‘environmental concerns.’

In January, the Biden Department of the Interior revoked two permits for Twin Metals mines in Minnesota which would have produced copper, nickel and cobaltclaiming that they would contaminate nearby watershed. All three of those metals are essential for wind turbine and battery production. – READ MORE