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Biden Ignores Warnings About His New Plan To ‘Fix’ Inflation Sending USA Head First Into Another Shortage

by Paul Goldberg
Biden Ignores Warnings About His New Plan To ‘Fix’ Inflation Sending USA Head First Into Another Shortage

A couple of weeks ago electric grid operators sounded the alarm that if something doesn’t change soon America is going to experience power supply shortages during the summer.

“I am concerned about it,” MISO Chief Executive John Bear told the Wall Street Journal in a report Sunday. “As we move forward, we need to know that when you put a solar panel or a wind turbine up, it’s not the same as a thermal resource.”

Joe Biden’s policies are forcing electric companies to shut down their traditional methods of power and use green energy methods like wind and solar. The problem is green energy methods don’t produce electricity 24/7 like a nuclear power plant and some regions in the USA are one heatwave (or extreme weather event) away from brownouts.

The problem is Joe Biden is not allowing new nuclear power plants to be built and is closing coal plants faster than green energy power stations can be built or cover the gap.

One week later, Biden is ignoring the warnings and doubled down on using green energy to “fix” inflation.

From the Charles Gasparino at the New York Post:

To remedy inflation, Biden’s is planning to go big in so-called clean energy (i.e., windmills, EVs, and solar) that reduce our dependence on foreign oil. OK, but when will windmills and EVs really replace what we rely on now for energy and transportation? Certainly not now as Tesla EV creator Elon Musk recently pointed out.

I can go on and on — Biden even claimed falsely we would have more domestic oil production, thus lower gas prices and less inflation, if Big Oil wasn’t sitting on licenses to drill. He left out how the feds won’t green-light other permits that are needed.

Remember all of this in a few months when Biden says that there was no way for his administration to predict a power shortage when the brownouts start.

Even if we all converted to electric vehicles it’s kinda hard to use them when there is no electricity to charge them.

Wall Street Journal | New York Post 

Written by Staff Writer

May 15, 2022

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