The Democrats’ plan of the American population’s unity isn’t in its best shape.
The “Unity” that Biden’s Administration guaranteed looks more like the unwanted division.
Chuck Schumer, who is the Senate Majority Leader, mocked suffering Texans. In a time of crisis that Texas faces, he is mocking them because they didn’t believe in climate change.
A clash of snow, ice, and blistering arctic air caused considerable damages to millions of Texans’ households. They didn’t have electricity for a couple of days. They were left in dark and cold.
The one responsible for this disaster is The Electric Reliability Council of Texas. They supplied 25 million households with electricity. But, there was damage to the Texas power grid because of the cold snap.
This state was seconds away from facing a catastrophic disaster regarding the energy grid. The result of this event would be a lack of electricity for a couple of months, not days.
In this alarming situation, when millions of Texans struggle with cold and darkness, Schumer mocks them. He said that this should be their lesson, and they have to learn it!
“The bottom line is, Texas thought it could go it alone and built a system that ignored climate change,”
The suffering of Texans is the price for disrespecting climate change.
According to Schumer, when they constructed the energy system, no one considered climate change. The current situation is the result of that mistake.
“When we build power, when we build anything now, we have to take into account that climate change is real, or people will have to be caught the way the people in Texas were,”
“When they built back the subways, built back this, built back that, they were going to be resistant to climate changes, and we have to do that.”
You can see and hear his words and his mockery in the video below!
Sen. Schumer: "Texas thought it could go at it alone, and built a system that ignored climate change. It was not what’s called resilient. And now Texas is paying the price. I hope they learned a lesson." pic.twitter.com/Gu2nwLCjKB
— Bloomberg Quicktake (@Quicktake) February 21, 2021
Besides, Dan Crenshaw, Texas congressman, said that everything could have been worse if the power grid were more reliant on the wind turbines that froze.
Greg Abbott asked for a probe into ERICO, ”it is unreliable”. Also, he urged his leadership to resign.