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JOE V. JOE, Manchin Tears Into Biden For ‘Outrageous’ Comments Over Pledge To End Coal

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During a campaign event in California Friday afternoon, President Joe Biden did the unthinkable. The divider-in-chief vowed to end all coal in America in favor of inefficient electric and wind power.

“We’re gonna be shutting these plants down all across America, and having wind and solar,” Biden told a crowd while speaking on the campaign trail during the 2022 midterm elections.

Joe Manchin (D-WVa), however, wasted no time blasting Biden’s “disgusting” and “cavalier” attitude about “the loss of coal jobs for men and women.”

“President Biden’s comments are not only outrageous and divorced from reality, they ignore the severe economic pain the American people are feeling because of rising energy costs. Comments like these are the reason the American people are losing trust in President Biden and instead believes he does not understand the need to have an all in energy policy that would keep our nation totally energy independent and secure. It seems his positions change depending on the audience and the politics of the day. Politicizing our nation’s energy policies would only bring higher prices and more pain for the American people,” Manchin released in a statement.

“Let me be clear, this is something the President has never said to me. Being cavalier about the loss of coal jobs for men and women in West Virginia and across the country who literally put their lives on the line to help build and power this country is offensive and disgusting,” he continued. “The President owes these incredible workers an immediate and public apology and it is time he learn a lesson that his words matter and have consequences.”

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