Biden Slammed For Schizophrenic Pro-Chinese Policy

Senator Roger Marshall (R-KS) spoke about his efforts to overturn the Biden administration’s waiver of Buy America provisions for publicly-financed electric vehicle chargers in the latest episode of the Fox Business Network’s “Kudlow.” He referred to the waiver as being “the next phase of Joe Biden’s schizophrenic policies, and they all appear to enrich China,” and cited the Biden administration’s opposition to mining projects while supporting electric vehicles as examples.

This is the next chapter in Joe Biden’s contradictory policies, which all seem to benefit China, according to Marshall. He is, in my opinion, schizophrenic because he wants us to convert all of our automobiles to electric vehicles and travel from 0 to 100 miles per hour, but he won’t allow us to mine the lithium and copper necessary to create those batteries. He won’t allow us to produce the inexpensive steel we need to build those automobiles in this nation. Therefore, all of these measures serve to benefit China.

He is schizophrenic in the sense that he believes everything should be created in America when laws are enacted to spend these enormous sums of money and when policies are developed. But what’s this? His other policies benefit China and prevent us from succeeding in America. Sean, there are moments when I simply raise my hands and mutter, “I have no idea what this president is thinking.”

Author: Scott Dowdy

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