Joe Biden will have sleepless nights after he got this awful news about electric vehicles

Joe Biden has made propping up the electric vehicle industry a top priority of his administration. 

Now he has to face the music about one of his signature policies. 

And Joe Biden will have sleepless nights after he got this awful news about electric vehicles. 

Joe Biden’s bipartisan infrastructure law has been a disaster 

One of the major signature pieces of legislation that President Joe Biden has signed into law is the $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure bill.

The bill was passed with the help of RINOs like Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) who were bought off with money for pet projects.

But this so-called infrastructure bill was filled with pork and money for Green New Policies rather than repairs to roads and bridges. 

More than two years after Biden’s infrastructure bill was signed into law, there’s been little progress on any projects it funded.

Heritage Foundation senior policy analyst David Ditch told the Daily Caller that rising inflation since the bill was passed means that the money it allocated won’t go as far as initially promised. 

“Right now, the inputs cost 31 percent more than they did in January 2021,” Ditch explained. “They’ve been flat for, frankly, about two years at this point, but they increased so dramatically right away that even though the amount of available money for highway projects is much higher now than it was in 2021, the value of that spending is lower.”

Biden’s campaign touted the infrastructure bill as a way to fix the nation’s crumbling roads and bridges.

“My message to the American people is this: America is moving again and your life is going to change for the better,” Biden said when the bill was passed.

Only one of the 10 biggest projects funded by the bill has broken ground: the $1.6 billion Penn Station Access project.

The other major projects are in the planning stages or working through red tape, like environmental impact studies.

Failed attempt to build public charging stations a symbol of the bill’s failure

The bipartisan infrastructure bill allocated $7.5 billion to build public charging stations for electric vehicles as part of Biden’s goal of building 500,000 by 2030.

Expanding the network of public charging stations is essential for Biden’s plan to force the country to switch to driving inefficient and expensive Bidenmobiles.

But only seven public charging stations have been built with the billions.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was unable to explain the administration’s failure to build public charging stations during an appearance on CBS News’ Face the Nation when confronted by host Margaret Brennan in May.

“The Federal Highway Administration says only seven or eight charging stations have been produced with a 7.5 billion investment that taxpayers made back in 2021,” Brennan said. “Why isn’t that happening more quickly?”

Buttigieg sputtered, claiming that the goal was still to build 500,000 before admitting the private sector is building most of the “public” charging stations.

Ditch noted that the Biden administration failed to learn the lesson of former President Barack Obama’s 2009 Stimulus Bill.

“The 2009 Obama stimulus package was sold in part as funding ‘shovel-ready’ projects, which ended up being a dud due to red tape and delays,” Ditch said. “The Biden Administration had over a decade to learn from those mistakes and instead leaned into the red tape by adding extra mandates for ideological purposes.”

Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill is another big government boondoggle that’s lighting taxpayer money on fire.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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