September 12, 2023

Family Called Police on Democrat Leader for Blocking EV Charging Station

Biden Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm's electric vehicle tour hit some bumps along the way that included a call to the police.

One family called law enforcement after Granholm reportedly left her car parked in a space that blocked a charging station.

"After Granholm's staff realized there weren't enough charging spots for electric vehicles at a stop near Augusta, Ga., 'an Energy Department staffer tried parking a nonelectric vehicle by one of those working chargers to reserve a spot for the approaching secretary of energy.'"

"That did not go down well: a regular gas-powered car blocking the only free spot for a charger?" NPR reported.

"In fact, a family that was boxed out — on a sweltering day, with a baby in the vehicle — was so upset they decided to get the authorities involved," she explained. "They called the police."

"What happened on the trip says everything about the Biden team's delusion and entitlement," Red State reported.

"The trip revealed immediately that the system is not ready to handle even what they have to deal with now, much less with the number of vehicles that you would have to cope with with the complete switchover that they want," it continued.

The controversy adds to many concerns emerging about the push for electric vehicles under the Biden administration.

Other concerns include battery fire issues with some EVs, but most Americans are simply outpriced even if the vehicles worked well and ample charging was available.

Despite the problems, some states like California are already working to stop the sales of gas-powered vehicles in less than a decade, adding more issues to the controversy.

Granholm set out to show how great EVs are. Instead, she helped prove that the nation is not ready for the quick switch pushed by the Biden administration.

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