Bloomberg Quietly Edits Article Criticizing “Renewable Energy” for Power Grid Failure

Bloomberg News quietly edited an article that criticized the renewable energy sector amid blackouts that left millions without electricity during a winter storm in Texas.

In an archived version of the Feb 15 article titled, “Millions Lose Power in Texas as Deep Freeze Sows Market Chaos,” Bloomberg authors remarked the outage highlighted the vulnerability of so-called “green energy.”

The outages underscore how as the globe moves away from fossil fuels into an all-electrified system that relies more and more on renewable energy, the grid becomes more vulnerable too.

Now, in an update done two days later, Bloomberg has completely reworked the article, added authors, changed the headline and amended its criticism of wind power, instead focusing on the unpredictability of climate change.

They’ve all underscored how vulnerable the world has become in the face of increasingly unpredictable weather brought on by climate change and it’s raising questions about the global push to electrify everything from transportation to heating and cooling.

White House Press Sec. Jen Psaki on Wednesday blamed ERCOT’s planned power outages on coal and natural gas.

The slippery edit is illustrative of how the leftist mainstream media colludes to defend the liberal green energy agenda.


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