California, famous for rolling blackouts, expensive electricity, and gridlock, has decided to push electric cars. Already with 425,000 electric cars, they want to triple that number by 2026, and ban all combustion engines by 2035. Forget the lack of electric infrastructure, the expense of electric cars, the problems with sourcing materials, or putting out the fires, or the poor who can’t afford any of that… nope, the quest to be green is far more important.

Thirty-five percent of all new cars sold in California would be electric by 2026 under a new proposal from the state Air Resources Board. Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) has set a target of fully phasing out new fossil fuel-powered cars, the source of about 25 percent of the state’s greenhouse gas emissions, by 2035. The…

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