In the waning moments of the final presidential debate, Joe Biden finally told voters the truth about his energy and climate change plans: he will dismantle the oil industry.
Everyone sat stunned for a moment after he made the admission. Biden said as President, “I would transition from the oil industry, yes… because the oil industry pollutes significantly … it has to be replaced by renewable energy over time… I’d stop giving to the oil industry, I’d stop giving them federal subsidies.”
Even moderator Kristen Welker said in horror, “Why would you do that?”
President Trump couldn’t believe his ears either. Not one to ever be at a loss for words Trump simply said, “Wow” at first. Then went onto say, “That’s maybe the biggest statement in terms of business … because basically what he said is he is going to destroy the oil industry. Will you remember that, Texas? Will you remember that Pennsylvania, Oklahoma?”
That statement by Biden was so big that “can I change my vote” searches spiked on Google as early voters discovered they had been bamboozled. Biden had long portrayed himself as a moderate Democrat willing to work with lawmakers across the aisle. But the platform he published with the support of socialists such as Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC) speaks volumes to the fact he’s become a puppet to the radical leftwing part of the Democratic party.
In many ways, his slip mirrors that of Hillary Clinton in 2016, who famously promised left-wing extremists, “We’re going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business.”
The latte liberals fail to grasp that they would send hundreds of thousands of hard-working families to the unemployment rolls and poverty. Obama enacted such harsh regulations on coal and coal-fueled power plants that he fulfilled his promise to nearly “bankrupt” the entire industry. That’s one of the critical factors that caused high unemployment during the Obama-Biden years, and the Democrats’ war on oil is déjà vu all over again.
The “change my vote” trend skyrocketed in states that heavily rely on the oil industry for direct, indirect, and peripheral jobs. The Google surge was exceptionally high in Pennsylvania, Florida, North Carolina, Michigan, Georgia, Texas, Minnesota, Arizona, Oregon, and Wisconsin. From fracking outfits to truckers to the waitress who works at the local diner, oil money keeps roofs over families’ heads, food on the table, and creates opportunity for the next generation. Along with sending gas and heating oil prices through the roof, Biden and his socialist buddies would make America dependent on foreigners for more than 6,000 petroleum-based products.
“Strongly Trending (Google) since immediately after the second debate is CAN I CHANGE MY VOTE? This refers changing it to me. The answer in most states is YES. Go do it,” President Donald Trump tweeted. “Most important Election of your life!”
One of the little-known voting facts is that numerous states allow voters to change their early vote. These include Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania, New York, Connecticut, and Mississippi, among others. These are examples of state laws where you can prevent Biden from destroying the economy.
- Wisconsin voters have until Oct. 31 to change their ballots.
- Minnesota allows changes until one week before Election Day,
- Michigan voters can make changes until they have been tabulated.
In other states, voters who don’t want to get scammed by Biden’s lies and suffer his family’s corruption for four years can contact their local elections board on the necessary steps to change your vote.
In 2016, early voters suffered what President Trump called “buyer’s remorse” after Hillary was exposed. His words during the run-up to that election hold true as history repeats itself.
“In other words, you want to change your vote,” President Trump said in Wisconsin. “So, if you live here or in Michigan or Pennsylvania or Minnesota, you can change your vote to Donald Trump. We’ll make America great again.”