Joe Biden’s cabinet members have been a huge factor in his general unpopularity with the American public.
Collectively speaking, Biden’s cabinet has failed miserably in regards to resonating with Americans. Top members of the administration often fail to deliver the proper messaging on key policies while alienating a growing majority of the country.
Whether it’s Pete Buttigieg advocating for “more pain” at the gas pump or Alejandro Mayorkas claiming “the border is secure,” Biden’s officials have largely turned their backs on America to fulfill the administration’s globalist aims.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm is another out-of-touch official who consistently shows the average American citizen her true colors. She often urges struggling Americans, many of whom are finding it hard to pay their bills, to shell out tens of thousands of dollars for electric vehicles.
Granholm is seen as largely unpopular and unattached to the real struggles most face in Biden’s America today. Each and every time she appears on liberal TV, Granholm finds a new way to alienate most of the population. Why the White House finds it necessary to trot her out is beyond comprehension especially given her off-putting delivery and smug attitude.
Sec. Granholm decided to give poor Americans a few suggestions as to how to go green during a recession.
She appeared on “Fox News Sunday” where Granholm touted the ‘green’ tax credits found in the newly-passed Inflation Reduction Act, a bill Democrats claim will magically lower inflation.
Biden’s Energy Secretary urged struggling Americans to go into more debt not only by purchasing a $60,000 electric vehicle but also by weatherizing their homes and outfitting them with solar panels.
The interview pressed Granholm on the “practicality” of these tax credits during a period of record-high inflation when affording basic necessities has become a struggle.
Her response was typical of a Biden cabinet official. Granholm claimed anyone buying a new electric vehicle assembled in the U.S. would receive a $7,500 tax credit.
Whoopie! What good does a tax credit do for struggling Americans whose salaries have been sliced in half thanks to historic inflation levels? When prices for basic necessities double, which they have in most cases, every dollar we earn shrinks by at least 50 percent.
The interviewer suggested that perhaps the messaging coming from Biden’s administration regarding the Inflation Reduction Act is a factor in the bill’s utter unpopularity. Granholm agreed before launching into the most classist, out-of-touch, Marie Antoinette-like monologue ever delivered.
“So if you are low income, you can get your home entirely weatherized through the expansion from the bipartisan infrastructure law,” she continued. “If you want heat pumps, insulation, new windows, that is covered. If you are moderate income, today, you can get 30% off the price of solar panels. Those solar panels can be financed, so you don’t have to have the big outlay up front.”
Biden Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm: “If you are low-income, you can get your home entirely weatherized” to help deal with 40-year high inflation.
“You can get 30% off the price of solar panels.” pic.twitter.com/qUM7JGvdYN
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 21, 2022
First of all, who calls working-class people “low income”?
So not only is the Biden administration urging already struggling Americans to shell out money they don’t have for an electric vehicle, but they also want you to finance (go into more debt) environmentally friendly additions to your home, the value of which has already been significantly reduced, thanks to Biden’s policies.
Author: Asa McCue