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Bill Gates Looking to Buy Republicans to Prop Up ‘Green’ Tax Credits

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“Republicans for climate change action are gold”

The big losers of the Inflation Increase Act (IRA) were the American people who had to watch inflation continue to rise as government spending hit another high, while the big winner (beyond all the new IRS agents) was the guy who made the blue screen of your dreams possible.

“Everybody wants to be part of this,” Carmichael Roberts, the head of Bill Gates’s green energy investment fund, gushed. “The calls that I’m getting now — tremendous, already.

Gates was described as having personally lobbied Senator Manchin and Schumer in anticipation of a rare moment in which significant federal dollars might be secured for the clean-energy transition. Billions of those dollars, ripped out of the hands of truck drivers, veterans and small businessmen, will have been “secured” for Gates and his ventures.

Breakthrough Energy Ventures, a fund backed by Bill Gates, announced earlier that it raised over $2 billion to invest in green companies and that it plans to raise that to $15 billion. It currently has a public portfolio of 70 companies, many of which have government connections.

The Microsoft founder was described as having “tapped into a relationship with Manchin that he’d cultivated for at least three years”.

“My dialogue with Joe has been going on for quite a while,” the billionaire, whose marriage allegedly broke up over his ties to Jeffrey Epstein, bragged. “Almost everyone on the energy committee came over and spent a few hours with me over dinner.”

What followed was a story in which one of the richest men in the world convinced elected officials to ignore their constituencies and spend a fortune on green pork. The ‘Inflation Increase Act’ proved once again that in Washington D.C., voters don’t matter, only power brokers do.

Gates appears to be shopping for Republicans willing to screw the middle class and urging fellow investors who have their hook in a Republican to make that sucker sell out before they take the money back.

“Republicans for climate change action are gold,” said Bill Gates, the billionaire climate philanthropist and investor, on Thursday at the Climate Forward event in New York City.

Not precisely how Republican voters describe them.

The number of Republicans convinced that responding to climate change is a priority has “got to be a number that we manage to increase over time,” Gates said.

Sadly, Epstein’s services are no longer available.

“The IRA is a very dramatic set of money to bootstrap key technologies, including into areas that most climate people don’t talk about,” Gates said, like, for example, industrial processes. “Industrial emissions, if you don’t solve that, the whole thing doesn’t get solved,” Gates said.

“It’s a fantastic climate bill,” Gates said.

But the longevity of the IRA and those tax credits depends on whichever party rules Washington D.C.

“We don’t have that much time to keep this thing intact,” Gates said. “It’s not guaranteed that tax credits necessarily last out the full 10 years, because they can be repealed if you get a change in political control.”

What if the peasants revolt and actually stop subsidizing ‘green’ investments? Something must be done.

While Gates emphasized the importance of getting Republicans to take climate policy seriously, he also said he doesn’t like to demonize them.

Instead, Gates asks the question: “Why have we failed to bring more people along? And this is a super important thing,” he said.

Because non-leftists don’t believe that using plastic bags causes oceans to rise and that we can fix the problem by banning everything and then subsidizing vastly inferior and far more expensive versions of the technologies we already have that would destroy the living standards of those Americans that aren’t either billionaires or junkies already living in tent cities.

That’s why, Bill.

When Gates interacts with philanthropists who are investing in climate, he encourages those who have relationships with Republicans to work with them to try to increase their commitment to climate. “I think that’s extremely valuable,” he said.

“Philanthropists who are investing in climate” and have “relationships with Republicans” should “try to increase their commitment to climate”.

That sounds like a very fancy way of saying that donors who donate to Republicans and invest in green projects should pressure Republicans to keep Bill’s financial advantages away from the peasants.

As a political shift potentially approaches, the establishment is looking for a few Republicans to buy. Gotta stop the revolution somehow.

Article posted with permission from Daniel Greenfield

The Washington Standard

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