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Radical Energy Sec. Plans to Target Home HVACs for Next Price Hike

'It's about homes and making sure that we wean ourselves off of fossil fuels... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) The Biden administration’s Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm announced that part of her social engineering plan to rid America of fossil fuels involves coercing Americans into buying new HVAC and heating systems, according to a Townhall tweet.

When asked about the breadth of her bureaucratic initiatives, Granholm indicated that they know no bounds.

According to Granholm: “It’s not just about transportation. It’s about homes and making sure that we wean ourselves off of fossil fuels.”

Her plan involves jacking up the prices of cooling systems in the summer, after doing the same to natural gas heating prices this winter.

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Granholm appears to be working hard to make life so unaffordable for average Americans that they have no choice but to desperately turn to the federal government for aid.

The former Governor of Michigan has experience in running states into the ground. Now she appears to be attempting the same thing with America as a whole. She has spent weeks expressing her disdain for the financial struggles of Americans as she reeducates them on the need for environment-destroying electric energy consumption.

Earlier this month she told Americans to suck it up and pay the higher prices for the sake of her initiatives and for the Ukraine.

“We’re working through an energy transition, and we’ve got to start by adding energy.”

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Though Granholm and her friends will undoubtedly weather the transition just fine, normal Americans will likely suffer. Her response to high prices was that Americans simply have to get over it, as the government forces itself even further into the energy sector.

“The reality is that we have to take some time to get off of oil and gas,” she said.

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