What Biden’s Energy Secretary said about ‘infrastructure’ is totally confusing, just read the transcript below and tell me if what she says makes sense.
Biden’s Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm appears in The Washington Post live telecast and discusses what she calls “infrastructure.”
Granholm said that free college and eldercare are “infrastructure.” I mean she wants Americans to believe that it’s the “infrastructure of our lives.”
Is it more appropriate to say that bridges and roads, compared to free college or eldercare?
Watch it here: GOPWarRoom/Youtube
GRANHOLM: “Making housing more affordable, why isn’t that a piece of the infrastructure of our lives? Making elder care more affordable, why isn’t that a piece of the infrastructure of our lives? Making two years of community college tuition-free so that we can make sure that we have the workforce that we need to compete in the 21st century, that’s an important piece of infrastructure broadly defined.”
As governor of Michigan, Granholm was a disaster:
Jennifer Granholm, Joe Biden’s Energy Secretary, is a Michigan legend, but not for anything positive she did as the state’s governor with her leftist policies that went nowhere, She singlehandedly took down Michigan. And with her continued efforts in green energy, she’s back in the business of taking federal dollars and literally burning them. While in government in Michigan, her track record was a disaster, as several of the green energy companies to which she routed millions in federal funds went bankrupt. Mas-Tech, a Nevada-based company that sold “residential windmills” and later went bankrupt after getting millions in federal funds but providing no green jobs, was one of the companies Granholm pushed.
Energetx Composites, another government-subsidized alternative energy, was another Granholm green energy failure.
Energetx received a $3.5 million grant from the U.S. Energy Department’s State Energy Program to produce utility-scale wind turbines. Energetx filed for bankruptcy just three years later after receiving over $7 million in state AND federal funding for being a green energy company, according to Michigan Cap Con.
In a 2010 press release, Granholm bragged by saying “Energetx’s products have the potential to revolutionize the way that wind turbine blades are manufactured, helping position Michigan as the center in North America for advanced green manufacturing.”
These are just two of the numerous failed green energy boondoggles Granholm was involved in. The big question should be why anyone would appoint this terrible manager of federal funds to ANY job in the Biden administration….Political payback?