United States Congressman Jeff Van Drew, R-NJ-2 is calling for the New Jersey General Assembly to reject legislation that Van Drew describes as a bailout for the Green New Deal wind projects that are planned for the New Jersey coast.

The public opposition to implementing large wind turbines along the New Jersey coastline is immense.

Van Drew has been steadfast and relentless in his opposition to the offshore wind energy proposals.

Van Drew, along with New Jersey Senators Vince Polistina, R-2 and Michael Testa, R-1, Brigantine Mayor Vince Sera, Michael Donohue and many other elected and appointed officials have been calling for a responsible moratorium regarding this scheme … to allow for proper studying of the potential marine life in the Atlantic Ocean.

Countless numbers of dead mammals have been washing ashore on a regular and alarming basis.

Rep. Jeff Van Drew
Rep. Jeff Van Drew (Rep. Jeff Van Drew)

Here are Van Drew’s latest public comments on this subject from earlier today, Monday, June 26, 2023.

"We've been sounding the alarm for weeks now that greedy foreign energy companies were going to come looking for an American taxpayer bailout and today they reared their ugly heads in Trenton,“  said Van Drew.

"Once again New Jersey's hard working middle class families are being sold out and screwed over by their own government which is preparing to send BILLIONS of their hard earned tax dollars - originally intended to mitigate the skyrocketing utility bills associated with offshore wind - overseas to pad the profits and line the pockets of greedy foreign energy company executives. Now is the time for anyone with even an ounce of common sense left in Trenton to come together regardless of party and reject this bailout before it's too late, said Van Drew.

NOTE: This photo gives you an idea how hideous the wind turbines would be to the skyline - shore line.

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