Kiss your job goodbye if you’re an oil worker. (Biden said he would eliminate the oil and gas industries.)
Kiss your job goodbye if you’re trucker. (I foresee gasoline prices rising to $20, even $30 per gallon within years.)
Kiss your job goodbye if you’re a farmer. (Do you really think a farmer can run a tractor on sunshine? How about a combine? A harvester?)
Kiss your food goodbye if farmers can’t produce. (When farmers shut down, so will food production.) (Starvation, anyone? )
Kiss your job goodbye if you’re an autoworker. (Who’s going to buy a new car with $30-per-gallon gasoline?)
Kiss your job goodbye if you work in petrochemicals. (Remember, ‘petro’ is short for petroleum.)
Kiss your job goodbye if it has anything to do with plastic. (Remember, synthetic plastics are derived from crude oil, natural gas or coal.)
Kiss your job goodbye if you work in a gas station. (Self explanatory.)
Kiss your job goodbye if you’re a miner. (Do you really think you can run a bulldozer on sunshine?)
Kiss your job goodbye if you work in a manufacturing plant. (How are manufacturing plants supposed to operate if truckers can’t deliver their raw materials on time? And if manufacturers are somehow lucky enough to receive those goods, how will they deliver the finished product to you?)
Kiss your job goodbye if you’re construction worker (How will anyone prep the ground for a building project? Do you really think you can run a backhoe on sunshine? A front-end loader? An excavator?)
Kiss your job goodbye if you’re bricklayer (Do you really think you can run a brick kiln on sunshine?)
Kiss your job goodbye if you’re a glass worker. (Do you really think you can melt sand into glass with sunshine)?
Kiss your retirement savings goodbye. (All of the above will lead to unheard of shortages and almost inevitably to hyperinflation.) (look at Venezuela.) (Look at Hitler’s Germany.)
Look around your house: How many things are made of or contain plastic? It’s almost impossible to count.
Computers, computer screens, computer mouse pads, paper shredders, cell phones, TVs, radios, DVDs, DVD players, cameras, binoculars, electric clocks, hair curlers, hair dryers, watches, humidifiers, air conditioners, coolers, water heaters, sewing machines, furnaces, furniture, clothes washers, dishwashers, dryers, refrigerators, freezers, toilets, printers, automobiles, light fixtures, light switches, electric outlets, ladders, step stools, paint, milk containers, storage containers, medication containers, contact lenses, glasses, hearing aids, tooth brushes, nail polish, towel rods, soda ‘bottles’, pill ‘bottles’, children’s toys, shoes, shirts, trousers, clothes hangers, bras, purses, wallets, electric wiring, doors, doorbells, window frames, venetian blinds, draperies, picture frames, carpet, pencil sharpeners, waste baskets, writing pens, suitcases, yard tools, electric saws, electric drills, levels, plastic flowers, knee pads, rakes, lawn mowers, flower pots, pillow stuffing, Christmas decorations, scissor handles, plastic ‘dish’ware, electric blanket controls, pillow stuffing, mattress stuffing, sleep apnea machines, furnace and A/C filters, N-95 face masks, huge numbers of health-care products … the list goes on and on and on. And on.
Now try to guess where every single one of those items will be made? China, perhaps?
You’re welcome to add any other jobs you may think of to the kiss goodbye list.