President Joe Biden just celebrated coal workers losing their jobs
Even as his apparent dementia symptoms worsened, the President somehow managed to backhand laid off Twitter employees too when he crossed a line that Twitter’s old management brought some of their first censorship hammers down for.
And at the same time he made an announcement that could destroy your family budget.
With Democrats coming out of the Midterm elections far better off than they should have, Joe Biden has announced that he’s going to keep doing exactly what he’s been up to over the past two years.
One aspect of his disastrous plan for the future includes further crippling the American economy and the nation’s domestic energy supply.
Even as Biden is pressuring Americans to go all electric in just over a decade, he’s also ensuring they won’t have the power to drive those cars anywhere.
According to the Energy Information Administration (EIA) 61% of all electricity in the United States is produced using fossil fuels.
A full 21.9% comes from coal.
Now Joe Biden has announced a plan to arbitrarily cut off the nation’s coal supply.
In fact, only four days before the Midterm elections Biden arbitrarily announced that he’s set on coal plants being shut down entirely.
“We’re going to be shutting these plants down all across America and having wind and solar power,” Biden said.
BIDEN ON COAL:
"We're gonna be shutting these plants down all across America, and having wind and solar." pic.twitter.com/JXIZxDzvsu
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) November 4, 2022
According to the out-of-control leftist, every blue-collar worker working in the coal industry simply has to start doing something different.
His plans for the future of coal mining communities is reminding rural America of Biden’s tone deaf 2020 claims.
“Anybody who can go down 300-3,000 feet in a mine sure as hell can learn how to program as well,” Biden claimed during a campaign event. “But we don’t think of it that way. Anybody who can throw coal into furnace can learn how to program, for God’s sake.”
The term “learn how to program” is only one word off of a line the managers at Twitter at the time deemed “abusive.”
Back in 2019 the social media platform started kicking off users who used the line “learn to code.”
That astonishing policy came in response to what Twitter considered cyber bullying.
The barb was aimed at journalists on the platform who had been laid off.
Other users enjoyed throwing the words back at recently laid off “journalists” that they and their Democrat pals had commonly said to jobless blue collar workers in the past: “learn to code.”
Coming from Joe Biden and directed toward essentially workers keeping the economy running doesn’t make that line one bit more palatable.
Coal mines are scattered all over the country with many in critical electoral states.
Pennsylvania has 24 plants while Ohio has 15 and Michigan has 13.
Voters in those states should remember that whoever the Democrat on the top of the ticket is in 2024.
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