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Buttigieg “Astonished” People “Seem to Really Struggle to Let Go” of Gas-Powered Vehicles as Opposed to $65,000 Electric Vehicles (WATCH)


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Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is “astonished” that Americans would favor gas-powered vehicles in favor of $65,000 electric vehicles.

What’s really “astonishing” is the stupidity of Biden’s cronies.

If Americans are struggling to fill their tanks with gasoline at $5 per gallon, then what makes you think they can purchase a $65,000 vehicle.

While the sheer stupidity is mind-blowing, I must remind myself that it’s an intentional implosion of American energy independence to push the climate scam agenda.

Skyrocketing gas prices and record-high inflation has decimated American families since Biden took office.

Instead of drilling for oil at home, Biden embarrassed the country by begging the Saudis for more oil.

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Biden is even threatening to call for a national ‘climate emergency‘ since he didn’t get ‘Build Back Better’ pushed through Congress.

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Biden, Buttigieg and the rest this pro-globalist regime knows many Americans can’t afford electric vehicles.

Yet, they’ll gaslight us for refusing to let go of gas-powered vehicles.

Buttigieg on Wednesday appeared on CNBC’s Squawk Box to discuss gas prices.

Buttigieg said, “I’m still astonished that some folks seem to really struggle to let go” of their gas-powered vehicles in favor of electric vehicles.

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WATCH:

The Gateway Pundit noted:

Last Thursday Pete Buttigieg bragged about high gas prices forcing people to switch to electric vehicles during an appearance on REAL 92.3’s show Big Boy TV.

“We’re for cutting the cost of electric vehicles because when you have an electric vehicle, then you’re also going to be able to save on gas, but you got to be able to afford it in the first place,” Buttigieg said.

“Right now, we’re actually starting to see on some models the costs come to where even if your car payment’s a little higher, your gas payment will be a little lower, and you come out ahead, but the prices still need to come down for most Americans to be able to get an EV.”

 



 

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