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The “Green Zealots” hyping EV’s have fact-lovers seeing red! When I see the breathless hype about how electric vehicles (EVs) will halt global warming and end dependence on liquid fuels I’m speechless. I’m reminded of the famous scene from The Wizard of Oz, where the phony “wizard” projected on a screen tells Dorothy and friends to “pay no attention to that man behind the curtain.” Now a major new study puts facts and figures behind the honest skepticism.   The think tank Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF)¬†research is no friend of biofuels because they are funded by Koch, Chevron, Exxon and other fossil fuel interests and have been branded by NPR as “climate change deniers.” But there’s an old expression that says “The enemy of my enemy can be my friend” and the EV-zealots are no friend of biofuels either!   That said, TPPF has produced credible research showing that EVs on the market today would cost tens of thousands of dollars more if not for a plethora of generous taxpayer-funded incentives. To be precise, the work shows how the average model year 2021 EV would cost $48,698 more to own over a 10-year period without the staggering $22 billion…

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