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Biden-GM Urge Electric Vehicle Transformation, But Experts Say Climate Case Is Weak

Hugh Hewitt's TownHall Blog

Detroit - As the Texas power grid shudders in part under renewable power, the auto industry is also facing an uncertain transition to green energy. General Motors dropped a bombshell last month that it will build only electric vehicles by 2035. The commitment comes as the Biden administration stocks up on climate activists to?transform the economy to fight global warming. The administration is ...


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Roger Arnold on Mar 2, 2021

Others are entitled to their opinions, but FWIW, my reaction to this article is a strong thumbs down.

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Matt Chester on Mar 2, 2021

Based on your comment I expected this would be a case of the article talking about how EVs still contribute CO2 emissions, which can be high if the local grid is carbon-intensive, as well as issues with mining battery elements, but no-- it's just saying 'climate science is wrong, fossil fuels are fine.' ugh!

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Bob Meinetz on Mar 2, 2021

Why anyone consider would something coming from far-right fascist Hugh Hewitt and his Town Hall blog "news" is beyond me.

That Hugh trots out a nuclear physicist as a climate denier is a new twist, a new page in API's playbook. I guess those nuclear physicists are getting too much of a "green" reputation.

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