Joe Biden desires each US navy car to be local weather pleasant – Watts with that?


By Paul Homewood

If you thought we were foolish enough in this country, then we don’t live the senile idiot who supposedly runs the US:

Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said she supports the call for the military to have an all-electric vehicle fleet by 2030:

ERNST: “Do you support the adoption of this fleet of electric vehicles by the military by 2030?”

GRANHOLM: “I do, and I think we can do it too. And I think that reducing our dependence on the volatility of globally traded fossil fuels, knowing that global events like the war in Ukraine can push up prices for people back home, does not contribute to energy security.”

Granholm added, “I think energy security will be achieved when we have self-generated, clean energy that is plentiful, like you see in Iowa. We believe we can be world leaders in how we have become energy independent.”

Can you imagine?! It’s bad enough that the Department of Defense has a scorecard to hold itself accountable as it drives “environmental justice for communities across America.”

The DOD has at least 640 employees who “work on environmental justice, either full-time or part-time.”

President Joe Biden has been pushing this agenda since last April. He admitted it would cost billions:

Last April, while delivering an Earth Day speech at Seward Park in Seattle, Washington, Biden said his administration was working to make “every vehicle” in the US military “climate friendly.”

“One of the things I’ve found as President of the United States is that I have a lot of that money to spend,” Biden said at the time. “We’re going to start the process where every vehicle in the US military, every vehicle, is going to be climate friendly — every vehicle — I mean it.”

He added, “We’re spending billions of dollars on this.”

No wonder we couldn’t carry out any real plans in Afghanistan or Sudan. The military is more concerned with environmental justice.

In the US they are fortunate that the GOP is defying this foolish policy and hopefully one day will reverse it.

That’s more than we can say in the UK.

Here’s a simple question for the Simpleton Joe:

Next time you invade a country, how will you know there are enough EV charging stations?

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