Washington D.C. – This Leftist White House Reporter doesn’t seem to be very overly concerned about the impact of higher gas prices and even shortages on everyday Americans. She seems to be interested in advancing an agenda.
White House Reporter: “Obviously we have the acute issues with the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack but looking more holistically, in a macro view, how does this speed up the efforts at DOE to move in more of a renewable direction since this is going to have an impact on people at the pump”
Department of Energy Secretary, Jennifer M. Granholm: “We obviously are all in on making sure that we meet the President’s goals of getting to 100 percent clean electricity by 2035 and net zero carbon emissions by 2050. And umm ya know if you drive an electric car this would not be effecting you, clearly umm but it’s just, it’s it it I I don’t want to, this company umm is acting in a responsible way. uh they took their pipeline down so that the ransomware would not spread. And so up to this point, they have, they’re carefully reviewing so that they’re doing this in a responsible way.”
Department of Energy Secretary, Jennifer M. Granholm: “The broader issue in a very important issue. It’s an issue for the President’s priority in the American Jobs Plan. The issue of investing in a transmission grid for example so that you don’t have the cyber issues associated with it. So there’s a lot of broader questions in this. Umm and we hope that we’ll be able to see that investment in infrastructure that will facilitate clean and renewable energy”
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