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Biden’s Green Agenda Falling Apart | Problems Left & Right As Narrative Collapses [VIDEOS]

In the ambitious pursuit of a green future, the current trajectory appears to be wavering despite extensive financial backing. Reports highlight that the much-touted transition to green energy is faltering, even in the face of significant government subsidies.

Jesse Watters had Marc Morano [1] of the Climate Depot [2] on his show on Fox News to discuss:

“We’ve been telling you for months how Biden’s offshore wind projects are destroying the Jersey Shore. But just yesterday, the Danish Windmill company pulled the plug on two massive projects off the Jersey coast. The company’s admitting Biden omics doesn’t work. Despite billions and giveaways, the windmills still won’t work. They won’t make money because of high rates, inflation, and China. But that’s not all. offshore wind farms in Massachusetts were just canceled. Offshore wind in Connecticut is collapsing. And offshore wind projects in New York are about to get canceled. The whole Green New Deal is falling apart right before our very eyes. Biden’s favorite electric bus company Proterra just filed for bankruptcy. It’s what happens when your buses catch on fire. General Motors and Honda just killed their low-price electric car joint venture. Ford just stopped work on their new Michigan electric battery plant. The company’s losing $36,000 per Evie per Biden’s handing out $7,000 coupons to buy electric cars and no one’s buying them. This is what happens when companies make cars for politicians, instead of companies making cars for customers. No one even thought to ask the customers if they wanted an electric car. The smart money is an oil. That’s right. Exxon Mobil and Hess have discovered 11 billion barrels of oil off the coast of South America with a b It’s the biggest discovery in a decade. It appears as if we’re going to run out of minerals for batteries before we run out of oil for cars. Joe Biden tried to run our economy like Joe Stalin. But just like the Soviet Union, the math doesn’t add up. And now billions of dollars are gone. And all we have are cars that never made it off the lot and windmills that never made it out of the warehouse. Now if I know Democrats and I do, we’re about to witness one of the biggest green bailouts in history.” – Jesse Watters

“This is arrogance at its height. You can’t manage an energy economy, before you can save the world you need to save the people in it. They forgot that simple rule. And they literally came up with their 5, 10, 20 year plans and they’re not backing down. This failure is only proof that they haven’t spent enough and mandated enough.” – Marc Morano [1]

The data paints a bleak picture. Contrary to the widespread belief that green energy would be the panacea to our environmental woes, the sector’s growth remains sluggish. This, despite billions of taxpayer dollars being funneled into the industry as incentives to spur innovation and expansion.

Even Joe Biden’s Department of Energy Deputy Secretary David Turk has no idea what effect all of the $50,000,000,000,000 in taxpayer dollars would accomplish (besides grifters getting rich). John Kennedy [3] brilliantly exposes him. Watch:

“You don’t know, do you? You just want us to spend $50 trillion. And you don’t have the slightest idea whether it’s going to reduce world temperatures. Now I’m all for carbon neutrality, but you’re the Deputy Secretary of the Department of Energy, and you’re advocating we spend trillions of dollars to seek carbon neutrality and you can’t and this isn’t your money and my money. It’s taxpayer money. And you can’t tell me how much it’s gonna lower world temperatures there or you won’t tell me you know, but you won’t.” – Senator John Kennedy [3]

Advocates of renewable energy have often heralded it as the definitive solution to the world’s increasing energy demands and the pressing need to mitigate the impacts of climate change. Governments worldwide, including the U.S., have bought into this vision, pouring vast sums of money into the sector. The expectation was that these substantial investments would catalyze a swift and efficient shift from fossil fuels to cleaner energy sources.

However, the dream seems to be unravelling. Instead of witnessing a robust and self-sustaining green energy sector, we’re seeing an industry heavily reliant on government support. This over-dependence raises questions about the sector’s long-term viability and whether it can ever stand on its own without continuous financial crutches.

The challenges are manifold. Technological limitations, infrastructure constraints, and market dynamics have all played a role in slowing the momentum. Furthermore, while green energy solutions like solar and wind power are making strides, they still provide just a fraction of global energy needs. Their intermittent nature also poses significant challenges, necessitating backup systems that often rely on traditional energy sources.

The overarching question is: Are taxpayers getting a fair return on their investment? With billions directed towards green energy, one would expect a more substantial shift in the energy landscape. Instead, traditional energy sources, particularly natural gas, continue to dominate the market, underscoring the challenges inherent in the green transition.

The climate change scare tactics have been going on for a very long time…

Meanwhile, Al Gore is still as crazy as ever…

And what about this from Robert F. Kennedy Jr.: