Buttigieg’s EV Analogy Backfires Spectacularly, Ignites Public Outrage

Buttigieg's EV Analogy Backfires Spectacularly, Ignites Public Outrage
Buttigieg's EV Analogy Backfires Spectacularly, Ignites Public Outrage
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Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg faces backlash after mocking Americans’ reluctance to embrace electric vehicles, comparing it to resistance to cell phones in the early 2000s. His tone-deaf analogy exposes the Biden administration’s disconnect from the reality of high EV costs and inadequate infrastructure. Americans take to social media to give Buttigieg a brutal reality check, highlighting the stark differences between the EV transition and the shift from landlines to cell phones. The administration’s myopic focus on EVs crumbles under the weight of failed policies and public outrage, as reports show declining sales and layoffs in the electric segment. Buttigieg’s blunder underscores the need for leaders who understand the needs and financial capacities of the American people.

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