While speaking about "clean" energy in San Diego, Biden expressed his desire to close down the rest of America's coal plants and convert them to wind and solar farms.
"We're going to be shutting these plants down all across American and having wind and solar," Biden mumbled while struggling through the script.
"No one is building new coal plants because they can't rely on it, even if they have all the coal guaranteed for the rest of their existence of the plant," Biden went on to state, suggesting that coal is somehow unreliable.
"So it's going to become a wind generation." (Related: Coal is how Poland is attempting to dig its way out of the energy crisis – solar and wind are not cutting it.)
According to Biden, erecting massive wind turbines all over the place and plastering the landscape with unsightly solar equipment is a more "affordable" way to produce energy.
"Folks, it's also now cheaper to generate electricity from wind and solar than it is from coal and oil," Biden blathered. "Literally cheaper. Not a joke."
The dementia-ridden windbag failed to provide any evidence to back these claims, but proof is not something that Biden's supporters seem to concern themselves with.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV), who represents coal country West Virginia, was furious upon hearing Biden's statements in San Diego. In a statement, he called them "offensive and divorced from reality," adding that:
"Comments like these are the reason the American people are losing trust in President Biden and instead believe he does not understand the need to have an all-in energy policy that would keep our nation totally energy independent and secure."
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre would quickly come to Biden's defense following even more public criticism, claiming that Americans simply misheard what Biden actually said with his own mouth.
"The president's [sic] remarks yesterday have been twisted to suggest a meaning that was not intended; he regrets it if anyone hearing these remarks took offense," she said.
What Biden's statements were supposedly meant to intend was not explained by Jean-Pierre, who said nothing more than that Biden did not say what he actually said.
One lingering question that remains is: how will the "green" clan charge their electric vehicles (EV) without a steady supply of coal-generated electricity? After all, fossil fuels are the most reliable source of energy generation, without which none of those "emission-free" cars would even run.
"Manchin got hoodwinked by an eggplant," wrote a commenter about the situation.
"Still think you're getting your pipeline, Manchin?" asked another. "I'd laugh, but thanks to Manchin's siding with an idiot, the joke is on us."
Another pointed out that communists have on many occasions in the past destroyed energy infrastructure as a means to seize control over their target countries. Is the same thing happening here in the United States?
Someone else who claims to have worked in a coal-fired power plant challenged Biden's claim that coal is unreliable, stating:
"The only time it shut down is when we did it. Extremely reliable."
Another pointed out that Biden flat-out lied when he stated that America under his leadership was on track "to hit the highest production in our country's history next year."
"The blatant lies are staggering," this person added.
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