6/25/21 The Impossibility Of Going To All Electric Cars
Bryan Fischer here with today’s Life and Liberty Minute. California governor Gavin Newsom wants to ban fossil fuel cars in California by 2035. But less than two percent of cars on the road today are electric vehicles. California’s obsession with wind and solar, which generate zero electricity when the wind doesn’t blow and the sun doesn’t shine, means Californians can’t even reliably charge up the cars they already have. With its constant power outages, the state is being turned into a third world country. But California shut down its main nuclear plant, which produced the greenest energy there is - zero carbon emissions. California will end up requiring people to drive their cars only at night so they can charge them during the day. Green energy is a disaster everywhere it’s tried. If you want to see how bad it can get, keep your eye on California.