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Posted on September 13, 2022 5:06 am
California is not turning green at all. It’s turning fascist!
Here is a prediction for you. As the deadline approaches, Dems will redefine “green” in order to meet their ridiculous goal.
Newsom and the other Democrats were willing to mass murder the elderly, and they consider murdering babies to be a civil right, so just ponder what will they be willing to do to you.
It could be, but it would be 3rd world stuff. Look at North Korea from space and the ONLY part of the country with electrical power is the capital.. The same is waiting for kaly if they continue on this 3rd world path
High party officials in North Korea always have electricity. Peasants don’t. Emperor hair gel wants the same here.
It is a bluff engineered by Newsom.
He was hoping national politics would treat it like corrupt state politics does. By the time decisions have to get made, he and the legislators will be termed out.
Being used to a corrupt and docile press, he didn’t realize he threw a bomb into the democrat party nationalizing one more stupid idea.
Henry Kissinger: “Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people.”
Sure we can, just buy 90% of our power from AZ and NV (coal/nat gas/ Nuc) and 10% from windmills/ solar from CA
easy peezy right Galvin???
Sure paint everything green and claim victory.
Only if you believe that unicorns crap money … wait they do, in downloadable content, titled “Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One Shot Adventure” for a game called Borderlands 2. Back to answering the original question of the article title, “In reality, no, in make believe fantasy, yes.”
The real question is does California even WANT to go 100% green or does it even care about the environment! Or is it just a tool to seize power?
It’s not your decision to make. It is decided by public unions and their ballot harvesters.
Not even close.
The short answer is no. As long as lithium batteries are considered “green” and windmills, with a service life of 25 years, are a significant part of the power grid equation, no.