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This week, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis issued a warning in an interview, citing significant hazards to the nation’s economy as well as national security posed by Democratic legislators’ campaign for mandatory electric car ownership.

When questioned about President Biden visiting the picket line alongside striking auto workers, DeSantis made the comments in an appearance with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News this week.

“They will have a significant negative impact on the whole car sector. It will hurt jobs by making people buy EVs,” DeSantis said. “A large number of people are against EVs and can’t afford them in the U.S. Our country doesn’t need to become more dependent on communist China, and this will make that happen.”

“The governor of California, Gavin Newsom, and President Biden have joined forces to make these big rigs electric,” he said. “So, here we are at the harbor of Long Beach. This is a very important place for moving goods for the economy of the whole country. These big rigs can go about 100 miles on electricity alone before they need to charge. It is completely and utterly silly. Because of this, when I become president, I will undo all of Biden’s EV rules. Together, we will save the American car.”

As a result of having to be charged so often, DeSantis said that making big rigs electric is going to “impact our supply chain” and “hurt inflation, which in turn will hurt our economy.”

He also said, “It’s placing ideology ahead of everything useful, and I believe the truckers were extremely pleased we were there to bring attention to some of the crazy things going on out in California.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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