Joe Biden is fuming over this painful reality about the future of electric vehicles

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Joe Biden’s electric vehicle revolution has gone completely off the rails.

Now he’s facing a disaster of his own making.

And Joe Biden is fuming over this painful reality about the future of electric vehicles.

Billions of dollars wasted on failed program to build charging stations

President Joe Biden has spent hundreds of billions of dollars trying to prop up the electric vehicle industry.

One of the main stumbling blocks to the mass adoption of them is the lack of public charging stations.

Biden developed an ambitious plan of having the government build 500,000 public charging stations by 2030.

The 2021 bipartisan infrastructure bill had a provision tucked away in it that allocated $7.5 billion to build public charging stations to meet Biden’s goal.

But only seven public charging stations have been built in more than two years since the bill was signed into law with that money.

This is another staggering display of the government’s incompetence.

Even Biden’s allies in the media mocked his administration over this fiasco.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was grilled on CBS News’ Face the Nation about the lack of progress on public charging stations.

“The Federal Highway Administration says only seven or eight charging stations have been produced with a $7.5 billion investment that taxpayers made back in 2021,” Host Margaret Brennan said. “Why isn’t that happening more quickly?”

“Again, by 2030, 500,000 chargers,” Buttigieg replied. “And the very first handful of chargers are now already being physically built. But again, that’s the absolute very, very beginning stages of the construction to come.”

Building charging stations is another big government disaster

Independent Women’s Forum Center for Energy and Conservation Director Gabriella Hoffman told Just the News that the public charging station debacle is another example of another failed government project under Biden.

“It’s thinking that the federal government can do anything for the most part effectively and in a timely fashion,” Hoffman said. “But not surprisingly, much like everything else we’ve seen relating to energy and just any other issue, the Biden administration doesn’t know how to get projects off the ground in a timely fashion. That’s just bloated, big government working ineffectively and wasting money in the process.”

States that were given money to build public chargers are running into red tape trying to get them built.

Biden’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a strict new tailpipe emission standard that will require that nearly two-thirds of all new vehicles sold be electric by 2032.

Weak demand for Bidenmobiles is forcing almost every major automaker to adjust their future plans.

“We have seen a lot of Americans of all stripes reject EV mandates. They don’t want to get EVs, and the manufacturers are now responding to consumer lack of interest,” Hoffman said.

Hoffman said that ambitious electric vehicle goals by the Biden administration are a pipe dream.

“They don’t have a balanced approach to things, and so they have these kind of unicorn dreams about wanting to have everyone find EVs, but it’s extremely expensive,” Hoffman explained.

Joe Biden’s Bidenmobile agenda is in shambles because no one wants to pay through the nose for an impractical car.