Biden’s Energy Secretary, Jennifer Granholm, is taking the climate crisis insanity even further saying she supports requiring the U.S. military to adopt an all-electric vehicle fleet by 2030. Of course, Granholm does not address where the raw materials would come from to power the Lithium based batteries that the military would have to rely on. Generally, green energy options are highly inefficient, and fossil fuels are the primary source of electricity nationwide. Fact: the national electrical grid, regardless of millions of solar panels and windmills, is primarily reliant on fossil fuels. Why? Because renewable technologies aren’t reliable particularly under heavy demand and other factors. But for the climate warriors, and their pseudo-religion “environmentalism,” that detail is irrelevant. The reality is that every time they charge their EVs, they are more likely to be using fossil fuel technologies than renewables and a lot of it. The truth that fossil fuel vehicles have an advantage over Electric vehicles is blatantly obvious. For one, there is no recharging stations nor the time spent recharging said vehicles. Refueling is quick and time efficient. And there is no need of a large energy producing source either. In a war zone, however, there would be no place to stop and plug your Tesla Humvee, nor the luxury of time or operational security. Shifting to EVs would only bottleneck and limit operations. And of course, there is the issue of range and time tables. Way too easy for a resourceful opponent to disrupt and exploit. Realistically, this electric vehicle obsession would also make the U.S.’s military dependent on China, and their monopoly on the rare earth metals necessary for making batteries. Did you know that Afghanistan has what probably amounts to the world’s greatest concentration of rare earth metals? The Chinese were signing treaties with the Taliban to mine those raw materials by the time our last C17 lifted off Kabul airport. Was “China Joe” and our Intel agencies aware of this before our disgraceful withdrawal? I would hope so and that in itself, is more troubling. In December Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, noted: “It's an expensive investment for an unreliable product constrained and controlled by the [Chinese Communist Party], and a child and slave labor-powered supply chain. Absolutely correct! You have to ask yourselves why this mad rush behind electric vehicles and other green technologies, which are wholeheartedly dependent of raw materials monopolized by our number one foreign adversary? Why aren’t we drilling for the huge deposits of oil we have within our borders? Why push on us an unreliable technology, incapable of supplying the energy needs of the nation? Why put us at such a national security disadvantage? It doesn’t make sense unless… The implications of what this is pointing to are inconceivable. As for Granholm, a Canadian-born lawyer, she is more than a notoriously tone-deaf environmental ideologue. Granholm is also following Joe Biden's handlers agenda—the invisible oligarchy—who is steering our country towards subjugation under a one world government controlled by China. Earlier this month, Biden signed an executive order titled “Revitalizing Our Nation's Commitment to Environmental Justice for All.” According to the order, the plan is further embedding environmental justice into the work of federal agencies to achieve real, measurable progress that communities can count on. The White House notes that Biden's order makes it clear that the pursuit of environmental justice is a duty of all executive branch agencies and should be incorporated into their missions. As part of the Biden climate lunacy last February, the Army unveiled a plan to tackle issues surrounding climate change, including the creation of an electric vehicle fleet and the reduction of the department's greenhouse gas emissions. The plan, titled “Climate Strategy,” calls for the military to cut its emissions by 50% by 2030.
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