The Chinese connection to Biden's move to ban gas stoves | Eastern North Carolina Now

The study used by the Biden regime in its drive to ban gas cooking stoves in America was produced by a green energy pressure group with close ties to the Chinese government.  This is just the latest example of Chinese influence on the Biden administration.

The report used as the basis for the Biden move against gas stoves is a poorly organized nine paragraph mish-mash of data produced by the Rocky Mountain Institute, a "green energy" advocacy group based in Colorado.  It has no real expert staff of its own, and has close ties to China and its communist party.  The Rocky Mountain Insititue has partnered with the Chinese government to "implement economy-wide transformation away from oil and gas" in the United States.  One of the Institute's board members, Wei Ding, has held high ranking positions in state owned Chinese companies, and most of the other board members are executives of green energy companies.

Red China is pushing wind and solar energy hard for western countries, while building scores of new coal fired power plants for themselves.  They want the advantage of cheap and dependable energy for their industry to give it an advantage over western economies that they want to saddle with expensive and unreliable wind and solar.  China is also the worlds leading producer of wind and solar energy equipment and the raw materials for them.  A significant amount is even made with slave labor from its Uyghur minority.

This is just another example of how the Biden regime is in Communist China's hip pocket to the detriment of America.  They seem to have got their money's worth is buying Hunter.

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Marge said:
( May 10th, 2023 @ 6:25 pm )
I've felt this all along. The Chinese are buying up farmland with the intentions of installing windmills and solar panels in an attempt to take over our electrical grids too.
( May 10th, 2023 @ 12:49 pm )
Why is it NC HB 951 rings such a loud bell?

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