Biden budget calls for taxpayer dollars to be shoveled to climate busybodies — “climate resilience workers” who will “tackle climate change.”

President Biden’s new budget calls for the deployment of a 50,000-person green new deal youth patrol which the White House describes as “paid experiences” for young climate progressives.

Officially called ClimateCorps, taxpayers will send in their hard-earned money to provide the climate hall monitors with uniforms, lodging, transportation and food (probably vegan).

Taxpayers are also asked to fund a “hub” for the climate hall monitors.

A previous White House statement said the Climate Corps will “train young people” to “advance environmental justice” while “tackling climate change.”

“They are building an extralegal political machine with your tax dollars,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. “The taxpayer-peasants will pay for it.”

Note the White House word salad used to describe the program:

“The American Climate Corps will focus on equity and environmental justice – prioritizing communities traditionally left behind, including energy communities that powered our nation for generations, leveraging the talents of all members of our society, and prioritizing projects that help meet the Administration’s Justice 40 goal.”

Members of the youth patrol will receive “lodging, transportation, clothing, a living allowance, health benefit, and more.”

How much will this cost taxpayers? $8 billion. And $15 million to “support and expand” the ClimateCorps “hub” so the clipboard-wielding brigade can be comfortable while they commiserate with fellow climate activists and recharge before knocking on your door to ask about your gas stove or air conditioner.

“Uniforms must be worn at all times when on duty,” states the official page for Americorps, of which ClimateCorps is a part of, created illegally last year by the Biden administration after the program failed to pass through congress.

Small businesses across the country who have a hard time finding employees will no doubt be thrilled to send their tax money to Washington so that 50,000 young adults are no longer available for hire in the private sector.