May 20, 2019

More on Wind Turbines Killing Birds

Only a few days ago I shared a link to an article about Duke Energy pleading guilty to killing protected birds and other species with their wind turbines.

The Wall Street Journal (behind a pay wall) carries an article hinting to the demise of the Wind Industry because now a precedent has been set and money paid by a wind energy company to environmentalists for killing birds. Isn’t this what it’s all about? Putting money in the pockets of environmentalists? Isn’t this why the Obama Administration used our tax dollars to subsidize fraudulent wind energy, knowing full well it was a destruction of the environment, in order to put money into the pockets of crooks that helped get him elected? Like there is something new going on here!

The pile of sticks who worship and promote wind energy say that only a few birds are being killed and that it’s climate change that’s killing more animals. Climate change, in this context, has been proven over and over to be a myth and there exists no substantiated, real science that proves this so-called man-caused climate change is killing any animals at all. Even in places where fake scientists, seeking outcome-based results from fake studies, the “experts” have no answer to any wildlife issues, well, that is any they are willing to discuss.

The short of it is, they, the environmental extortionists, lie about climate change and killing animals, for profit, why should we believe them when they say windmills don’t kill many birds. (Wink, wink. Pad those coffers.)

Duke Energy’s wind turbines killed 14 golden eagles. I think that’s more than just a few. And, according to The Wall Street Journal, there currently exists 18 active investigations into allegations that wind turbines are killing wildlife. Surely, some, if not all, of those 18 investigations will lead to lawsuits…..any big money.

After all, there’s money to be harvested and this corruption has gone on forever it seems. What’s next?

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“Green” Energy Turns Black, Company Pleads Guilty in Windmill Eagle Deaths

WASHINGTON – The government for the first time has enforced environmental laws protecting birds against wind energy facilities, winning a $1 million settlement Friday from a power company that pleaded guilty to killing 14 eagles and 149 other birds at two Wyoming wind farms.
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A golden eagle is seen flying over a wind turbine on Duke Energy’s Top of the World wind farm in Converse County, Wyo., in April. The Obama administration is taking action against wind farms for killing eagles.

The Obama administration has championed pollution-free wind power and used the same law against oil companies and power companies for drowning and electrocuting birds. The case against Duke Energy Corp. and its renewable energy arm was the first prosecuted under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act against a wind energy company.<<<Read More>>>

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