Joe Biden’s scheme to ban your car just suffered its worst setback yet

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Joe Biden’s Green New Deal is nothing less than a Trojan horse to impose socialism on America and control every decision Americans make.

But he got some bad news.

And Joe Biden’s scheme to ban your car just suffered its worst setback yet.

Joe Biden’s gas-powered car ban power grab

President Joe Biden recently issued an executive order restricting tailpipe emissions standards that will effectively ban new gas-powered vehicles by 2032 by making them financially unfeasible for Americans to buy.

The goal is to force Americans into electric vehicles that cost on average about $5,000 more than gas-powered cars and can’t get as many miles per trip.

He wants to punish Americans who live in rural areas and exurbs where driving is a necessity and vote Republican by forcing them to move to blue urban areas if their commute becomes inconvenient and financially difficult.

Bidenmobiles proving wildly unpopular

Americans are rejecting Biden’s scheme to push them into these Bidenmobiles and take their cars away.

Biden’s so-called “Inflation Reduction Act” included a $7,500 tax credit for purchasing Bidenmobiles.

Americans don’t want these costly clunkers that require repeated out-of-the-way trips to find electric charging stations.

Carmakers who bet big on Bidenmobiles felt the punch and began mass layoffs.

Electric car maker Rivian recently laid off one percent of its staff.

This followed six percent layoffs in 2023 and 2022.

Rivian tried to make it seem like all was well.

“We continue to work to right-size the business and ensure alignment to our priorities,” a statement from Rivian to the Daily Caller read. “As a follow-up to some of the changes we made to teams in February, today we shared some additional changes to groups supporting the business. Around 1% of our workforce was affected by this change. This was a difficult decision, but a necessary one to support our goal to be gross margin positive by the end of the year.”

But it’s not.

Tesla also announced it would lay off 10 percent of its workforce.

“As we prepare the company for our next phase of growth, it is extremely important to look at every aspect of the company for cost reductions and increasing productivity,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote in a memo announcing the firings of around 14,000 workers. “As part of this effort, we have done a thorough review of the organization and made the difficult decision to reduce our headcount by more than 10% globally.”

Why Americans are rejecting Bidenmobiles

Americans want cars that get you from point A to point B in the quickest time at a reasonable cost.

Bidenmobiles aren’t designed for that as they can get you from point A to point B with repeated stops in between and with a sticker price that takes a bigger chunk out of your wallet..

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