Sen. Barrasso suggests Democrats want to eliminate internal combustion engines

April 16, 2021 / 456 views

Sen. Barrasso is discussing the push for going green and having electric cars over gas powered cars in hopes to be cutting carbon emissions.

To give this more context, there was a discussion on this about a month ago as reported by WJBF.

That report had some quotes that included more from Barrasso.

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As automotive companies have started to sink money into making more electric vehicles, Kelly Speakes-Backman, principal deputy assistant secretary for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, said reducing their cost will be critical to achieving President Joe Biden’s goal of net zero emissions by 2025.

“It’s important that EVs aren’t just a luxury but that they are the most affordable and accessible choice for all Americans,” Speakes-Backman said.

Republicans are concerned that a focus on electric vehicles could ultimately hurt consumers by driving up prices and eliminate jobs.

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“Too often, regulation raises costs, punishes people,” said Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., whose state’s economy relies heavily on the oil industry.

He argued Biden’s plan picks winners and losers.

“I’m concerned he wants to regulate the internal combustion engine out of existence,” Barrasso said.

“It seems counter-intuitive to me,” Sen. Roger Marshall, R-Kan., agreed.

He said he doesn’t think electric vehicles have the power to move the combines and tractors that fuel the Midwest’s economy.

“In the world I live in, we need power,” he said.

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