G. McConway
September 12, 2022

Media Changes Its Tune from Texas to California

Last winter, Texas got clocked by a winter storm and the grid shut down, leaving many Texans with no heat amid a rare Texas winter storm and cold front.

The media blew up Texas Governor Abbott, blaming him for the mismanagement of the grid.

Ironically, one of the reasons the grid failed was the failure of windmills.

Now that California is having grid problems, the narrative has changed significantly.


We all know the media is biased, but with such a push for renewable energy and only renewable energy, don't the people of this country deserve to know the problems when you rely entirely on renewable energy?

So, why is the media covering for California?

Not only that, but there were Democrats who did not even live in Texas calling for an investigation who are all sitting on their hands now.

For instance, Senator Schumer (D-N.Y.) stated, "Governor Abbott thought Texas could run an electrical grid that ignored the climate crisis.

"It was not resilient."

Beto O'Rourke, who is facing off against Abbott in the upcoming election, wrote, "As with COVID, a natural disaster has become far deadlier due to the inaction & ineptitude of Abbott and Texas' Republican leadership.

"This didn't have to happen and doesn't have to continue."

Now that California is telling people not to charge their electric cars, the narrative has changed.

CNN actually said that "part of the reason" California was having problems was that it was "just so extremely hot."

Well, last time I checked, every summer is that way in California, but Texas definitely does not see winter storms like it did last year very often.

You can read the full report on this on Fox News, and I would encourage you to do so when you have about 10 minutes to kill.

It is just utterly amusing and frustrating to see how the media bends the narrative based on which party the story will impact.

Source: Fox News

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