After Joe Biden got caught being dishonest in the debates about opposing fracking, the search phrase ‘change my vote’ started trending on Google.
Watch the exchange:
Data from Google Trends:
The search phrase hit peak searches right after the debates–hitting the MAX limit of the Google search trends chart–and continued strong into the next day:
The search phrase started trending in states dependent on fossil fuels for their economy: PA, FL, NC, MI, GA, TX, WI, OR, AZ, MN. But the phrase started trending in other states as well.
Joe Biden doesn’t realize that oil is not just for energy. There are more than 6,000 petroleum-based products and you can’t replace any of them with renewable energy sources. It would devastate more than just the oil and gas industries. Top economists say his plan would throw the United States into a deep depression because oil based products are used in almost everything. We would also be dependent on other countries for the 6,000 petroleum-based products. And prices for those products would skyrocket.
Joe Biden Shocks the Moderator About His Plan to Close Down Oil Industry
After Biden says ‘yes’ to Trump’s question if he would close down the oil industry, the moderator was left confused. She tepidly asks Biden, “Uh, Why Would You Do That?”
Here is the FULL CONTEXT of the exchange so you hear both sides and can decide for yourself:
Trump’s Energy Plan
Trump does not want to close the oil industry. But he does want clean air and water. So, in order to cut greenhouse emissions and other pollutants, Trump’s plan emphasizes the use of technologies that can be applied at scale to improve refinement processes for cleaner output. It seems to be working. CO2 emissions are at a 67-year low and the US leads the world in cutting emissions.
It’s your choice: Destroy the economy or trust America’s brilliant minds to develop new technologies to make oil cleaner and manageable for our future needs–both for the industry and the environment.
How to Change Your Vote
Among the states that do allow voters to change their early ballot after it’s been cast are: Wisconsin; Minnesota; Michigan; Pennsylvania; New York; Connecticut; and Mississippi.
Wisconsin voters who voted early in person can recast their ballot as long as they do so by Saturday, October 31st. The deadline for absentee varies by city. Contact your city clerk for more information.
Minnesota also allows absentee voters to change their minds. The deadline is a week before the election.
In Michigan, absentee voters can change their ballots if they have not yet been processed and tabulated, according to an official at the state’s Bureau of Elections.
If you want to change your absentee vote, contact the office of your city’s clerk’s office. The best chance to change your vote is as soon as possible before 4 p.m. Monday, the day before the election.
Pennsylvania; New York; Connecticut; and Mississippi: Contact your city clerk to change your vote.