The Biden administration will present the first part of a gigantic investment plan on March 31, which will emphasize infrastructure focused on controversial climate change and “green energy.” The second part will be for “social infrastructure.”
The plan for the second part will be released in about two weeks as White House press secretary Jen Psaki announced to Fox News on March 28. This budget comes on the heels of $1.9 billion in “relief.”
Biden and the Democrats insist on boosting the use of green energy by installing more electric vehicle charging stations on the nation’s highways, modernizing the electric grid, and encouraging more wind and solar projects.
However, Germany’s disastrous experience is evidence of the disadvantages of the approach that promotes this type of energy.
The renewable energy industry in Germany suffered a catastrophic loss of more than 50% in jobs in the last 10 years, which eliminated hundreds of thousands of jobs according to a report by Clean Energy Wire.
According to the same report, “The drop in employment is mostly due to the collapse of Germany’s solar power industry over the past decade, as many companies were forced out of business thanks to cheaper competitors from China scooping up most of the market.”
Worse, the biggest threat is competition from companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) that are not obliged to follow the protocols of the Paris Agreement, which Biden signed up to again. China is the country that emits the most carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Rep. Bill Johnson (R-Ohio), issued a harsh comment against the environmentalist policies of President Joe Biden, and affirmed that the new energy measures and the Paris Agreement imply an implicit collaboration in the violation of human rights of the CCP, apart from attacking the work of millions of American citizens.
The direct objective of these actions is the replacement of fossil energies by the so-called clean energies. Incorporating this type of energy implies an exponential increase in dependence on the CCP, given that it is the world’s main producer of this type of energy.
“Nearly every solar power panel sold in the European Union has its origins in China’s oppressed Xinjiang region,” said Johnson, in a NewsMax article.
These controversial expenditures and investments will involve the largest tax increase the country has seen in the last 30 years, which is opposed by a majority of Americans according to a Rasmussen poll conducted mid-month.