According to Trump Stephen Moore, Trump’s economic adviser, the President of the United States, Joe Biden’s unwinding of U.S. energy independence under the former president’s administration will finally “bankrupt the country.” Moore said on Sunday during an appearance on WABC 770 AM-N.Y., the idea that they are going to eradicate fossil fuels is a pipe dream.
Further, he adds that they are not going to go from eighty percent fossil fuels down to zero in the next fifteen years, or else they will bankrupt America. Democratic leaders are arguing for renewable energy, whereas Moore said that the United States could allow the technology to evolve and become more reasonable and better as the officials use the resources that helped the country energy independent under the Trump administration.
Moore told John Catsimatidis, the host of “The Cats Roundtable,” to show that the country needs to use the energy that it has. America got five hundred years’ worth of coal and at least two hundred years of natural gas. So, United States is not running out of this stuff. Moore said the president needs to get with the energy program.
Moore said that the former president used to say that he doesn’t want the United States to be energy independent. However, the environment of the electric car is going to need the use of fossil fuels to generate electricity. Further, he adds that he doesn’t have a problem with electric cars, whereas people need to realize one has to have electric power to charge electric cars’ batteries that takes coal and oil.
Unity is a pipe dream – Biden
Joe Biden said last week at a CNN town hall in Milwaukee while responding to a question about he will bring nationals together that he takes issue with what everyone says about the division. Americans are not divided. Biden made an appeal for unity in his inaugural address. At this stage, unity is a pipe dream of the president.
Previously, Biden canceled permits for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline on his first day as a president. The pipeline project had estimated to carry oil approximately 1900 km (twelve hundred miles) from the Canadian province of Alberta down to Nebraska to join a current pipeline. Native American groups and environmentalists fought the pipeline project for more than ten years. The Obama administration blocked the development of the pipeline in 2015, but former president Trump reversed that order and allowed it to go ahead.