So here’s the new ‘New Deal.’
And, by the way, it’s been the plan all along.
In keeping with the guiding principle of the Voldemorts pulling the strings of the latest puppet in the White House, we’re in the process of being bamboozled by another Deep State sleight of hand which, like the covid hoax before it, has been a long time coming.
Specifically speaking about his Cap and Trade legislation that would have taxed the coal industry out of existence in order to curtail emissions of so-called green house gasses, the former marionette-in-chief said, “If somebody wants to build a coal-fired power plant, they can. It’s just that it will bankrupt them.” Alas, this nice simulacrum’s Master’s attempt to usher in the fossil fuel-less Green New Age largely died when its Cap and Trade Trojan Horse got torched in the Senate.
What can you say about this guy? Scion of Occidental Oil, an inconvenient truth for a self-proclaimed messiah of the new Green Golden Age, Al Gore never met a prophecy he ever got right. But that hasn’t stopped him from doubling down each time one of his predictions went belly up. Once his movie won for best propaganda film at the dinosaur that is the Academy Awards, the polar bear’s sad fate was certain, extinction could not be too far behind. Except tht it wasn’t. The bear’s numbers have tripled since the 1970s and do not appear to be dwindling any time soon. Nor does the North Pole’s ice cap , which he predicted would be completely gone by 2014. Can you blame a man for persisting with the grift that has enriched him to the tune of 300 million USD? Though he can sell the snake oil, he’s proved his impotence when it comes to moving the needle for direct climate change action, though his self-serving philanthropy has shown the world his elitist controller’s end game strategy which, unlike Al Gore, is real.
Excerpted from AOC’s FAQ released to bolster her signature resolution THE GREEN NEW DEAL: Yes, we are calling for a full transition off fossil fuels and zero greenhouse gases. … We do this through a huge mobilization to create the renewable energy economy as fast as possible. We set a goal to get to net-zero, rather than zero emissions, in 10 years because we aren’t sure that we’ll be able to fully get rid of farting cows and airplanes that fast, but we think we can ramp up renewable manufacturing and power production, retrofit every building in America, build the smart grid, overhaul transportation and agriculture, plant lots of trees and restore our ecosystem to get to net-zero.
The cancellation of air travel and cow farts notwithstanding, The Green New Deal was put out of its misery March 26, 2019 when the Senate voted on the resolution. It received 0 (that’s a big fat ZERO, zilch, nada) votes FOR and 57 votes AGAINST, while 43 Democrat senators ducked the vote by voting “PRESENT”
In Europe, gas prices then were more than $7 a gallon, and the typical U.S. price was under $2. But when, as mentioned earlier, Barack Obama’s fossil fuel cancelling Cap and Trade legislation didn’t make it out of the senate, Chu’s dream of driving gas prices so high most consumers would be priced out of the market met its Waterloo.
That is, until now.
…this crisis is a stark reminder: To protect our economy over the long term, we need to become energy independent.
[Editor’s note: America was energy independent one short year ago, then Biden was installed as president and his first official act was to cancel the Keystone Xcel Pipeline, then he proceeded to get us back sucking on the teat of Saudi (and Russian) oil. The energy independence he is talking about here is predicated on his pipedream of a clean energy future that isn’t going to be a reality any time soon and that, in its current state (wind mills, solar panels, electric cars) heavily dependent on raw materials extracted through the use of machinery that runs on oil!]
I’ve had numerous conversations over the last three months with our European friends of how they have to wean themselves off of Russia — Russian oil. It’s just not — it’s just not tenable.
It should motivate us to accelerate the transition to clean energy. This is a perspective, as I said, that our European allies share and the — a future where together we can achieve greater independence.
Loosening environmental regulations or pulling back clean energy investment won’t — let me explain — won’t — will not lower energy prices for families. But transforming our economy to run on electric vehicles powered by clean energy with tax credits to help American families winterize their homes and use less energy, that will — that will help.
And if we can — if we do what we can, it will mean that no one has to worry about the price at the gas pump in the future.
That’ll mean tyrants like Putin won’t be able to use fossil fuels as weapons against other nations.
And it will make America a world leader manufacturing and exporting clean energy technologies of the future to countries all around the world.
This is the goal we should be racing toward.
And so, thanks to Russia invading Ukraine—the totally unexpected and coincidental new crisis that kicked off just when covid was starting to wain and that definitely is not being wasted—this is the future toward which we’re being led: