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ERCOT Warns Windmills Not Working, Blackouts Ahead!
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas or ERCOT, the organization that operates the Texas electric grid, is urging Texans to adopt an Amish lifestyle as the Council warns of possible rolling blackouts amid the very-much-expected summer temperatures.
Here is the press release issued by ERCOT over the weekend, which for some reason was put out in a bunch of different fonts.
ERCOT is asking users to increase their thermostat by 2 degrees, which will amount to your AC system turning off for about 90 seconds.
A few years ago, the federal government, which is controlled by a climate change doomsday cult, said we need to keep our thermostats set to 82 degrees when we are asleep!
82 is going to be a lot more than 2 degrees for most people. In fact, 82 degrees is warmer than the average low temperature in the Texas summer!
It would be interesting to know where the thermostat is set at the illegal alien detention resorts across Texas. Just a few years ago, there were dozens of stories published during the summer months about the “extreme cold” inside the facilities.
Windmills are projected to produce 8% of rated capacity during peak demand. Many people are saying the real reason for the power shortage is the windmills have organized a strike against Greg Abbott and Republicans for bad-mouthing them after the 2021 winter blackouts.
The best part about windmills is that they genocide bird populations, and birds emit carbon dioxide when they breathe — which in turn is used by plants. However, carbon dioxide is also a deadly pollutant that is going to turn Earth into Venus in 12 years unless we build more bird-killing windmills.
Be sure to remember to charge your phone prior to peak usage so that you can enjoy a plethora of Hunter Biden dick pics while you sit in your dark, 90 degree home.
Get ready to party like it’s 1699.
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