The New York Times will continue to label whatever they wish as crazy theories, but that doesn’t change the FACTS. And those facts are even available on our own government’s website for YOU to read. In this clip, Glenn reads a new energy policy within the Inflation Reduction Act that could have devastating consequences for your home, your wallet, and your freedom. THIS is how they’ll begin to impoverish you, Glenn says, so that eventually you’ll own nothing: ‘You will be impoverished. They will hit you every possible way they can. Through higher prices. Through inflation. Through regulations.’
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GLENN: So I want to start here. What is happening in America? We are -- we are -- we really strapped by being isolated by the ocean. And we are strapped because our media blows beyond all recognition.
Okay. You're not getting anything from the mainstream media. Stop watching it.
Let me give you an example. I told you yesterday about a major bank in Australia, announcing the end of financing for new fossil-fueled-powered cars. I wanted to point out, that it was just a couple of weeks ago, that the New York Times ran a hit piece, saying, this exact thing was made up.
I'm going to give you a quote from the New York Times. This article mentioned me and Wall Builders. And also, the Heartland Foundation. The Heartland Foundation and Wall Builders has been instrumental in writing legislation and trying to get legislation passed. The New York Times wrote this, and I quote. The memo had been prepared, using research from the Heartland Institute, a think tank with a history of denying climate science.
And it misrepresented how banks and our other financial institutions were implementing their ESG strategies. It said, quote, if you're a small business owner with gasoline-powered cars. You're eventual going to be faced out of a bank's portfolio. Unless you switch to electric vehicles, of course.
The memo said, in a section about how banks would use ESG to busy to change, similarly, if you want to buy a house in the future, that runs on natural gas. You too, won't be able to get a mortgage until you put solar panels on the roof. The New York Times followed that with, no banks have proposed such measures. So they're trying to, again, call this a conspiracy theory. Let me give you again, that was the New York Times, two weeks ago. There is nothing, but disinformation. This may even be malinformation.
Because it doesn't take a rocket scientist to see what is going on, all around the world. They admit it. You don't need any inside, you know, secret leaks. It's all out in the open. So they denied this just a couple of weeks ago. And mocked us as conspiracy theorists. And yesterday, starting in 2025. Bank Australia will no longer give you a loan, if you buy a car that runs on gasoline.
Bank of Australia chief impact officer, yes. The impact officer, Sasha Corville said in a statement, that by ceasing our car loans for new fossil fuel vehicles, we are sending a signal to the Australian market. Okay.
I want you to certainly, no matter what the New York Times or anybody tells you, you go to the World Economic Forum's own website. You go to whitehouse.gov. You read the new bill from the government on the EPA section in the -- really? The inflation reduction bill. Yes.
This isn't about cars. This is literally about everything -- every product or service or social media platform. If they can you to buy an electric car through the banking system, they can you to do anything. Because the same strategy could be applied to any industry, any product, any business, or any opinion.
This is not the free market. And I will explain that, if I have to. I will speak slowly. For those who are just, cannot get it through their head.
This is the government. Well, let me give you this example. You can find this at energy.gov.
The U.S. Department of Energy's Weatherization Assistance Program. WAP. W-A-P. Differs in many ways, what is commonly referred to as weatherizing your home.
The latter involves low cost improvement, such as adding weather stripping to doors and windows to save energy. Okay?
When they say, weatherizing your home. The Department of Energy, would like you to know, that's different than their weatherization assistance program.
WAP, still quoting from energy.gov, takes the whole house weatherization approach, that analyzes all of the building systems. The building envelope. The heating. The cooling systems. The electrical systems. The electric base load appliances. Through the completion of an energy audit. Another distinguishing feature of WAP is the attention to the overall health and safety of the clients being served, and the weatherization providers. Many dwellings receiving attention are old and in need of repair. Weatherization providers check -- check the exterior of the building, known as the envelope. And major energy systems, to ensure there are no occupant health or safety concerns, before installing any energy-efficient measures. So what we were saying is, you won't be able to buy a house, unless you have solar panels. Oh, no.
Again, from energy.gov. At its core, WAP is an energy efficiency program. The program is largely measured in terms of energy saved. WAP recognizes homes and buildings work as a system of interrelated parts, and follows the house of assistant methodology. To assess and treat the homes.
WAP. Listen to this very carefully. WAP understands, it's not effective to insulate an attic, if the roof leaks and will degrade the insulation's performance. Therefore, either the roof is repaired before insulation is installed. Or the home is deferred until repairs can be made.
When a home is deferred, it does not mean assistance will never be available. But that the work must be post posed until the issues can be resolved and the home is ready for weatherization.
So if you have a problem, that the government, the Department of Energy says, yeah, you've got to do this before you can do anything else. You're going to have to update possibly your electrical system. Possibly your appliances.
To help with moving homes off the deferral waiting list. Many WAP local providers, combine other federal state and local program funding to address the home, and building problems, so they can be weatherized.
There's all kinds of things. The government is going to do for every business and every home in the United States of America. To make sure it fits exact specifications, that some bureaucrat, not Congress. Some bureaucrat, came up with.
Now, how do you think that's going to affect your income?
Two thoughts. I want you to write them down. And I want you to think about them, every time you hear a story about the IRS, the Department of Energy, weatherization, solar panels, gasoline. Et cetera, et cetera.
You will own nothing. And you will like it. Here's thought number one. Actually, three thoughts. Here's thought number two. Thought number two is, well, somebody has to own it. So who am I renting from?
And the third thought, what happens to all of the stuff I already own? If I'm going to own nothing, by 2030, what happens to that?
I can give you the answer, to all of that. Statement number one is a statement. It's not a question. It's just a statement. You will be happy.
I can make it into -- will you really be happy?
Will you really like it? If you're renting everything that you have now, and you have no ownership in it?
Will you be happy? Two. Who will you be renting from?
The elites. You can get your food from Bill Gates and all the people that will buy up all of the farms. You will get everything from the government. Will you be happy?
And the third thing is, how do -- what happens to my stuff, in the next eight years? Stuff I already own.
You will be impoverished. They will hit you every possible way they can. Through higher prices. Through inflation. Through regulations that will cause you to buy this permit and do this to your house. And you will be required to buy this, otherwise you're not in compliance.
Remember what we said, what conservatives said about Obamacare. It's not a right. And for the first time, I have to buy something to be in compliance, with my citizenship?
I have to purchase something. So I can be a citizen in good standing. Well, yes. Yes.
You'll not only have to buy things, you'll have to stop buying things that you might like. You won't have an opinion, that can be expressed out loud. And you dare not express it online, or even in your house, because Amazon, Apple, Google, is everywhere in our house.
And who have they publicly, privately partnered with? The United States government. For anyone who is still reading the New York Times, or still looking at ESG of and the Great Reset, as a conspiracy theory, you either are dangerously stupid. Or you're part of it. Because it is wide out in the open. You can see it in every bill they pass now. You can see it in every person they hire, with an additional gun.
Tonight, I'm going to show you what they were really looking for at Trump's Mar-a-Lago. I'm going to show you the history of the FBI. I'm going to show you what they're doing with the FBI and the DHS. And the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Energy.
I'll show you what they're doing. They're building an army. You need to watch tonight's show at 9:00 p.m. I urge you to tell a friend. I urge you to even watch it as a group.
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