It's 2023: What's Your Plan B?
Too many people have pinned all their hopes on winning in 2024
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I’ve been trying to gather up the tea leaves for the first six months of 2023 to locate our current position in the Banana Republic of Biden — a kind of psychic map of our republic’s exact historical position to determine how far down the river to ruin we’ve already gone.
How much farther can we fall?
Are there bigger rapids still ahead?
And when do we arrive at the great waterfall that plunges us headlong into the rocks below?
As you can imagine, I’ve gathered quite a few tea leaves. One might say: it’s raining tea leaves this year. Allow me to assure you of one thing: the bad news of 2023 will be followed by the even worse news of 2024 — on a scale that you are not prepared to contemplate.
But first — let’s go back to the first days of 2021.
The very first thing the Biden regime did (once it was illegally installed) was to allow China into America's power grid. We’re talking about inauguration day — January 20, 2021 — that Trump’s Executive Order 13920 was suspended.
Even the lawyers for the power industry are confused about its effects:
The revocation of the Prohibition Order has received extensive electric industry trade press attention. But its tangible impact is uncertain. EO 13920 has not been revoked—only the Prohibition Order has been revoked. The Prohibition Order only applied to equipment and software sourced from one country and only when used in interconnection wires used to transmit power to locations designated—non-publicly—as “critical defense facilities.” The Prohibition Order did not apply to all utilities, generation owners and transmitters; instead, it only applied to “Responsible Utilities”—those electric utilities that own or operate Defense Critical Electric Infrastructure (DCEI), under the Federal Power Act, and that were designated by DOE. The revocation of the Prohibition Order may have only limited effects involving a relatively few entities and a confined universe of equipment and facilities.
Did you catch the key section? The Prohibition Order only applied to equipment and software sourced from one country…
Which country? China.
…and only when used in interconnection wires used to transmit power to locations designated—non-publicly—as “critical defense facilities.”
The Biden regime wanted to make sure that communist China had access to the critical infrastructure of our defense facilities.
Are you awake yet?
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