Biden Mercilessly Screws Millions Of Americans In War Against Musk

“Does the Biden Administration have it in for Elon Musk? We’ve sometimes tussled over policy with the Tesla and SpaceX CEO, but the volume of government investigations into his businesses makes us wonder if the Biden Administration is targeting him for regulatory harassment.”

So queried the Wall Street Journal editorial board this past fall, in response to the magnitude of investigations launched against Musk ever since his takeover of Twitter and exposure of the social media giant’s collusion with various “intelligence” agencies against conservative Americans.

Frankly, the WSJ appears right on point, especially in light of Biden’s willingness to screw multiple millions of rural Americans’ inexpensive access to Internet in favor of hurting Musk.

“I announced we’re investing another $82M to connect 16,000 additional homes and businesses to high-speed internet across North Carolina. This is just one piece of a much bigger story. Under my leadership, over 40,000 infrastructure projects have been announced across our nation,” “Biden” boomed on X.

Of course, everyone knows by now that White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre is the one posting tweets for Biden, which were clearly ghostwritten for Biden.

Nonetheless, these tweets reflect a distressing lack of concern for the very real, expensive damage, that the White House is willing to inflict on rural America in favor of its perpetually ineffectual war against Musk.

Brendan Carr, a Trump appointee at the FCC, slammed the Biden regime’s move on X.

“In 2020, the FCC secured a commitment from Starlink to offer high-speed Internet in rural areas for $1,377 per location in support. The Biden Administration rescinded that deal, and is now spending $5,125 per location. Spending over 3X more & taking years longer is not a win,” Carr declared.

Talk about stating the obvious.

In a formal dissent to the Biden regime, Carr noted that inflation alone was likely to make the Democrats’ obviously anti-Musk plan even more untenable.

“Extending high-speed fiber lines to these same areas will likely cost somewhere in the neighborhood of $3 billion based on past bidding patterns and analysis – more once you start accounting for inflation,” Carr added.

Indeed.

Musk also concurred with Carr, alluding to the Biden regime’s decision as “insane.”

“Average bandwidth during peak hours in high density areas is lower, but this award is specifically for low population density areas of the country, where 300Mb/s is normal,” Musk added flatly.

A consideration that the Biden regime could clearly care less about.

Author: Jane Jones


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