Incoming Transportation Sec. Pete Buttigieg Likes Idea Of Taxing People Based On Miles Driven (VIDEO)

Pete Buttigieg is going to be Joe Biden’s Transportation Secretary and he is already entertaining some truly awful ideas.

Can you imagine a scenario in which you get taxed based on the number of miles you drive in your car? Buttigieg can.

This administration is going to try to embrace every bad idea the left has come up with in the last twenty years.

Just The News reports:

New tax on number of miles you drive? Incoming Transportation Secretary Buttigieg likes the idea

Incoming Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has suggested taxing Americans for the number of miles they drive, a policy he endorsed as a Democratic presidential candidate.

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The Biden Administration is actively searching for ways to fund its ambitious $1 trillion infrastructure plan.

Buttigieg, the former mayor of South Bend, Ind., acknowledged “privacy concerns” related to implementing a vehicle miles traveled (VMT) system but said it should be considered as a potential replacement for the gas tax.

During Buttigieg’s confirmation hearing in the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee on Thursday, Florida Republican Sen. Rick Scott asked him if he would support increasing the federal gas tax, which is currently charged to drivers in addition to state gas taxes. The federal gas and diesel tax is the primary source of funding for the Federal Highway Trust Fund.

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“I think all options need to be on the table, as you know, the [federal] gas tax has not been increased since 1993, and it has never been pegged to inflation, and it’s one of the reasons why the current state of Highway Trust Fund is that there’s more going out than coming in,” Buttigieg replied.

See the video below:

This is a guy who had a reputation for being unable to fix potholes when he was the mayor of South Bend.

Get ready for four years of incredibly stupid ideas.


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