Republicans v the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency

Electric Cars

The federal US government insists 60% of all new car production must be electric by 2030 – six years away. I have explained numerous times how this is unsustainable for US infrastructure, the private sector, and the average American consumer. Now, 13 Republican-led states are taking the federal government to the US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit to ask that this mandate be repealed.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Energy (DOE) are violating standing laws by ushering in this new wave of electric auto manufacturing, according to the 13 attorneys generals who are standing up for the people. The AGs believe that these agencies do not have the authority to issue fuel regulations that “multiplies the nominal fuel-efficiency of electric automobiles by 6.67.”

The DOE is mandated by law to conduct an annual review before implementing policies, so how could they issue mandates that begin as soon as 2027? “We’re pulling the plug on Biden’s electric vehicle handout,” Iowa Attorney General Brenna Bird said. “Biden has made it clear thmat he will take every avenue possible to wage war on gas-powered vehicles. And Iowa ethanol is getting caught in the crossfire.” Along with Iowa, Nebraska, Arkansas, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah, and the American Free Enterprise Chamber of Commerce are filing this appeal.

Rule of Law Justice

Furthermore, the lawsuit argues that the federal government is overestimating the efficiency of electric autos by at least 6 times. “Biden’s illegal boost to electric vehicles hurts car owners, car manufacturers, liquid-fuel producers and the electric grid. The rule manipulates a more than 30-year-old incentive for car manufacturers that design cars that run on gasoline, ethanol, biodiesel, or compressed natural gas. The benefit that was intended to support farmers and ethanol producers is now being exploited to harm them by giving handouts to electric vehicles. This rule favoring electric vehicles hurts car-owners, roads, and carbon emissions across the country.”

The push for EVs has nothing to do with the environment and everything to do with government control in allegiance with Agenda 2030 put forth by the World Economic Forum. The infrastructure for EVs is simply non-existent. I reported that the government has only opened seven charging stations since funneling billions into arranging a nation network of stations. Auto manufacturers have protested the initiative, and the average consumer simply cannot afford to make the switch. If the government receives no pushback, driving in itself will become a luxury that is out of reach for the average American. That will be by design. Say goodbye to the freedom of movement as you rely on your QR-coded public transportation within your 15-minute city.

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