Elitist Tesla Owner Stephen Colbert is Fine Trading $15 Gas for a “Clean Conscience”

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Elitist Tesla Owner Steven Colbert is Fine

With Trading $15 Gas for a “Clean Conscience”

Late-night elitist scold, Stephen Colbert announced that he was just fine with $15 per gallon gas.  It was part of a tone-deaf “monologue” that had Colbert saying, “ But a clean conscience is worth a buck or two. It’s important. I’m willing to pay $4/gallon.”

In case any “middle-class Americans”, struggling to keep up with hundreds of bucks more in monthly expenses (to meet the skyrocketing costs of gas and heating oil) missed how pretentious Stevie could be he added this: “Hell, I’ll pay $15 a gallon because I drive a Tesla”

As one Twitter user astutely pointed out, “‘I don’t mind paying $15 a gallon, cause I drive a Tesla’ is a joke until you realize that it really defines the disconnect between the mentality of celebrities and the people who have to drive to work every day in a car that costs less than $50k.”


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GuvGeek
GuvGeek
5 months ago

It’s interesting that as the free electric charging stations began to disappear, people found out what it cost to actually pay for electricity at fast charge stations. Some Stations cost 60 cents per KW/h. At that rate Charging an Electric car was more expensive than filling the Gas tank last year. To keep the Dream of Electric Cars with Chinese Batteries alive, the Price of Gasoline had to go up. China produces 95% of the world’s Lithium Iron Phosphate (LFP) batteries. Just remember, Traitor Joe and his Democrat Friends are owned by the CCP. In fact, some Democrats actually has slept with Chinese Spies and are still not only in Congress, but are on the Intelligence Committee. Only in America!

Even Meaner
Even Meaner
5 months ago

Squishy soft weak marshmallow man.
Societies that give a soy gimp a platform are already destroyed.
Let them eat masks?
Will we be able to exchange our “carbon credits” for luxuries such as beef, ice cream, salads?