Jeff Clark director of litigation for the Center for Renewing America joins Steve Bannon to discuss the repositioning of the United States economy by regulating gas vehicles through massive legislation packages such as the Inflation Reduction Act.
Clark explains that the EPA “beginning in model year 2026 they are eventually going to get to the U.S. to a point where 70% of new vehicles sold are electric vehicles.” He goes on to breakdown the implications of this radical regulatory push saying, “At the moment battery powered electric vehicles have a market penetration rate at about 7% of new vehicles. They want to go from 7 to 70 in about eight or nine years, that’s a 900% increase.”
Radical EPA Proposes Turning 70% Of Cars To Electric Vehicles By 2032, Jeffrey Clark Explains
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