Biden Admin Plan Will Pretty Much Doom Our Military

Apparently, nobody inside the Biden administration has heard of an EMP/electromagnetic pulse weapon. An EMP weapon (very simple definition) turns electronics into toast.

In a recent hearing for the Senate Armed Services Committee, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm voiced her support for transitioning the military to exclusively rely upon electric vehicles by 2030. Despite Sen. Joni Ernst’s (R-IA) concerns on the potential impact on the military’s lethality, Granholm insisted that electrification would decrease vulnerability to worldwide turbulence in the fossil fuel sector.

Granholm’s faith in the Biden administration’s proposal stems from the belief that reducing reliance on the volatility of globally traded fossil fuels is crucial for achieving energy security. As she commented during the hearing, “I think energy security is achieved when we have home-grown, clean energy that is abundant.”

The White House has been promoting an increase in electric vehicle reliance as part of a broader renewable energy adoption in the federal government over the past two years. President Joe Biden himself has vowed in a speech last year to “start the process where every vehicle in the United States military” would become “climate friendly.”

While concerns have been raised on the potential impact on the military’s ability to carry out their missions, the Biden administration sees this as an opportunity to not only reduce the military’s carbon footprint but also increase their efficiency and operational readiness.

According to Granholm, the transition to electric vehicles will provide greater energy security as it eliminates the need to rely on global events such as the war in Ukraine that can jack up prices for people back home. Instead, home-grown clean energy can be produced, which contributes to energy security.

Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks has also gone on the record saying the Biden administration wants a “zero emissionszero emissions non-tactical vehicle fleet.” However, she added, “Tactical vehicle electrification, initially through hybrid electric technology, has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but it should also provide significant operational capability,” she claimed. “Electric vehicles are quiet. They have a low heat signature, and incredible torque, and because they tend to be low maintenance with fewer moving parts. They have the potential to reduce logistics requirements, all with these attributes can help give our troops an edge on the battlefield.”

Sure they do but I got a quick question…

If you are on the battlefield and engaged in a fight where the hell are going to charge the tank?

Just an FYI, Granholm had financial ties to an EV company.


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