We may never know when Joe Biden will say something stupid, make a blunder, or lose his cool, according to John Avlon. The White House is doing all it can to keep President Joe Biden from making a fool of him, but there’s only so much you can do when you’re constantly thrown out in public. If it weren’t because specific individuals want to use Biden to keep the Democrats in power, he would be retired and living out his days peacefully.
His reading comprehension isn’t excellent, so it’s difficult to tell what he’s reading, and he frequently misunderstands what he’s saying. He got into controversy on Friday when he talked about attempting to reduce carbon emissions.
On Wednesday in Washington, D.C., he delivered his State of the Union speech. He stated that the United States is committed to lowering greenhouse gas emissions by 50-52 percent below 2005 levels by 2030. As reported, he said that by 2025, they wanted their electricity sector to be carbon-free, and by 2030, 50 percent of automobiles should be electric vehicles.
The “50 percent of automobiles will be electric” goal will never be reached in nine years. The worst promise, though, is that the electricity industry will be carbon-free in four years. It is a poor statement to make, as anyone with a functioning brain cell will tell. They would utterly ruin the energy capabilities and a slew of industries if they tried.
After government restrictions had already severely harmed the economy, the White House later had to clean up the messes, saying he didn’t mean 2025 but rather 2035. I’m not sure how that makes any more sense, but at least it’s not in four years.
Meanwhile, particle physicists are still working. They may shed some light on an atom’s energy or sub-particle portion, but carbon is ubiquitous. Some are good, and some aren’t.