Biden Energy Secretary Granholm Says War In Ukraine Is Chance To Transition To Green Energy (VIDEO)

The American people are feeling real financial pain because of inflation and rising gas prices.

Does it seem like the Democrats aren’t doing much to solve the problem? There’s a reason for that and it’s infuriating.

Democrats are using this moment to push their green agenda.

Biden’s energy secretary Jennifer Granholm even said recently that the war in Ukraine can be used to transistion to green energy. That’s what these people are thinking about, rather than solving problems for the people. This is what they care about.

FOX News reports:

Energy Sec. Granholm: Ukraine crisis provides ‘urgent moment’ for Congress to act on ‘clean energy’

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Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said Wednesday that the unfolding crisis in Ukraine has created a “moment” where Congress should be acting to push clean energy before the midterms.

“This crisis in Europe, and the crisis our allies are facing and the reduction of supply of natural gas and oil from Russia creates a moment that we should be acting,” Granholm said Wednesday in response to a question about Congress pushing a “clean energy” package. “We heard President Zelenskyy. We do not want to see any country that is held hostage to Vladimir Putin and this is a moment for Congress to be able to act. There can be a compromise. There can be movement on this. What the form is and what the responses are and all of that, that’s a conversation that’s happening but this is a moment to have this happen, it’s an urgent moment.”

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They are not trying to solve the problem.

They’re trying to use it to their political advantage.

 

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