Joe Biden Wants Every US Military Vehicle To Be Climate Friendly

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By Paul Homewood

If you thought we were potty enough in this country, than God we are not living the senile idiot who supposedly is in charge of the USA:

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

ERNST: “Do you support the military adopting that EV fleet by 2030?”

GRANHOLM: “I do, and I think we can get there as well. And I do think that reducing our reliance on the volatility of globally traded fossil fuels where we know that global events such as the war in Ukraine can jack up prices for people back home does not contribute to energy security.”

Granholm added: “I think energy security is achieved when we have homegrown, clean energy that is abundant like you see in Iowa. We think we can be a leader globally in how we have become energy independent.”

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

The DOD has at least 640 staff working “on environmental justice, either in a full- or part-time capacity.”

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

While delivering Earth Day remarks from Seward Park in Seattle, Washington, Biden said last April his administration is working to make “every vehicle” in the United States military “climate-friendly.”

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

He added: “We’re spending billions of dollars to do it.”

No wonder we couldn’t execute proper plans in Afghanistan or Sudan. The military is more concerned about environmental justice.

In the US they are lucky to have the GOP to oppose these foolish policies, and hopefully reverse them someday.

Which is 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 they will have sufficient EV charging stations?