3,000 Mile Range Electric Car

“On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart’s desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron.”

– H. L. Mencken

Joe Biden says in an electric vehicle “you can drive all the way across the country on a single tank of gas”

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12 Responses to 3,000 Mile Range Electric Car

  1. Bill says:

    Grandpa needs a nap and then maybe some reality-based coaching.

    It’s taken Tesla about seven years to build out their (admittedly incredible) network of about 1,150 stations, each with about eight fast chargers, all along highways across America. It’s much more difficult than you think. 500,000 stations? C’mon Joe.

    It has taken about one hundred and ten years to build out the current network of about 180,000 gasoline stations in the United States.

    And how will we “get off the sidelines” on manufacturing solar panels? Are we going to open up a new coal-fired power plant every week for cheap power for manufacturing, like China? Are we going to enslave a national religious minority, like the Uyghurs, to work for nothing in factories? C’mon Joe.

  2. arn says:

    I’ d really like to know how many times a truck driver needs to recharge the Batteries to get from NY to LA.
    And how many days would he waste for charging during that trip?( let’s even ignore windstill ,sunless days&nights,rationing of energy or that all recharging plugs at the station are occupied for hours or that there are enough plugs but the energy flow is too low and doubles charging times)

    And how many dozens tesla batteries would every single recharging station need as back up?

    • patrick healy says:

      Just add to the hilarity.
      Over here in the little marxist gulag of Scotland, we are having one more (the 26th?) saving the world from global warming conferences.
      The really important ones are being billeted in a little 5.5 Star hostel called Gleneagles about 50 miles from rat infested Glasgow.
      Us taxpayers have provided several Skelectric mickey mouse cars to ferry them to Glasgow at a cost of £100,000 each (they are amour and bullet proofed versions – not your Bollywood Virtue signaling types.
      There is only one problem – the hotel has only one socket to charge them.
      But never mind – they have wheeled in a bunch of diesel generators to make sure they are (pot) hole road worthy.

      • arn says:

        Considering how bizarre the whole glasgow scenario is
        (includng a nationalist pro EU government- a little bit like a black kkk member)
        we can be 100% sure that all participating politicians know about the fakeness
        of the COP meeting and AGW and that its only purpose is to break down energy supply and democracy in favor of 3rd world marxism

    • Wayne says:

      Jee whiz! You are asking about details. What card carrying progressive cares about details?

  3. toorightmate says:

    Nice of Joe to grow the supply chains. He has them pretty long already.
    Bloody dill.

  4. Charles Straw says:

    It’s common knowledge that Joe Biden was assisting Michael Faraday in Faraday’s work room that special day in 1831, when Faraday discovered electromagnetic induction

    Joe knows everything about electric stuff and big windmills

  5. Michael Peinsipp says:

    I’ll keep my 1979 F150 4WD that can go anywhere and be filled up in 3-5 minutes (FORD Pickups have BAAAD fuel fillers).
    AND I can drive it thru the creek below my property (1-3′ deep) and not Zapp my ass to Hell!
    AND show me an electric tractor that can be recharged in 10-15 minutes and is safe to use in water…NOT!
    Diesel rules the Farm!

  6. John says:

    He can’t help it, he is an old man that really should be in a care home.
    I reckon Kamala Harris feeds him a lot of stuff so he can be retired and then she is in charge!

  7. nobler says:

    Scotty Kilmer did a good piece on YouTube about how people survived the blizzard in Texas, and the associated power failure, by living in their gasoline or diesel powered cars. A modern car, with a full tank of fuel, will run for as much as a week at idle, while running the heater and keeping the interior nice and warm — and keeping the owner alive.

    Since its battery loses power at low temperatures, an electric car must use battery power to keep the battery warm. If you add to this the load of running the car heater to keep the owner warm, the car will turn into an igloo pretty fast.

  8. BanjoPatterson says:

    Biden is overdue for his dirt nap.

    • Gamecock says:

      Hmmm . . . How ’bout a dead pool on who goes first, Biden or the Hillarybeast?

      BTW . . . 500,000 electric charging stations in a nation of 287,000,000 cars does what?

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