Buried in the new 1.2T bipartisan infrastructure spending bill is what can only be called a hair-brained scheme to tax drivers by the mile.  Yes, you heard right.  When the “idea” was first pitched by the man in the White House, he quickly backed off it.  Now, it’s becoming the “new normal.”  This comes at a time of escalating gas prices and a push from the Biden administration to force all motorists to go electric by 2030, whether they can afford new cars or not. 

The big winner in all of this is secular Jewish entrepreneur, crypto enthusiast, and futurist Elon Musk, whose Tesla sales admittedly lagged when he went ahead and took the company public anyway.  I’m sorry, but if you need Big Brother to help you move product, you’re not a genius businessman.  He didn’t build a better mousetrap.  In this case, the mice are being supplied.  Although Pres. Biden could not give a straight answer at the debates as to if whether or not he was implementing AOC’s Green New Deal proposal, reducing the number of vehicles on the road is part of her agenda.  When drivers in the Southeast bemoaned recent fuel shortages, Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm had this to say: “If you drive an electric car, this would not be affecting you, clearly.”  Sources say Secretary Granholm invested 5M in a company that makes electric buses and charging stations.  Probably just a coincidence.  Hey, has anybody seen “The Big Guy?”

Sources: Forbes, Fox News, Daily Mail