USA Today Changes Their Story

Eleven days ago, USA Today was bragging about the success of Texas and Wyoming wind power, and said it was good news for Joe Biden’s “climate plan.”

Wind energy: Texas, Wyoming and Joe Biden’s climate plan

Yesterday, USA Today said the failure of Texas wind was a “warning to Biden and all of us.”

Renewable energy really is part of the cause of Texas’ blackouts

Wind also failed in Wyoming.

PRPA: Cold snap accentuates importance of energy networks – Loveland Reporter-Herald

PBS reporters sitting in their warm, fossil fuel powered studios say that wind and solar didn’t fail.

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5 Responses to USA Today Changes Their Story

  1. ganderson says:

    Why is Weijia Gang even here?

  2. ganderson says:

    Jiang. I blame climate change.

  3. S. K. says:

    Please do your own research everyone and end your reliance on mainstream media!

    I have begun copying and pasting links to credible science articles into emails and then periodically sending the emails to my elected officials at all three levels of governments hoping to educate them on real science.

    Be sure to carbon copy any conservative journalists you may know so our legislators can’t claim they weren’t informed and then hold them to account.

  4. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Wind and solar did not fail. They actually performed at their expected, low levels of reliability. I doubt that anyone at NPR has an engineering degree in energy studies, utility systems, or even a degree in math or statistics. Or any experience in any of those areas of study, but, of course that is okay, because in the Marxist dream world, study, intellect, and experience are not important. Janitors can do brain surgery. Greta can set energy policy. Biden can be president.

  5. David A says:

    Because a failure is predicted and expected by any informed sane person does not make it less of a failure.

    Wind failed, as expected.

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