October 22, 2022 | https://www.mainelobstermen.org
Those following politics understand too well that government is better at causing problems than solving them. A case in point is in Maine where the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has attempted to place devastating restrictions on the hard working men and women of the iconic lobstering industry.
Protesting Lobstermen call on Maine to join lawsuit against NOAA
Lobstermen launch campaign to save Maine industry; new threats on the horizon
Behind the narrative of protecting right whale entanglement ( that hasn’t happened in 20 years ) is a well funded wind farm industry that apparently has their eyes on the gulf of Maine. Notably, offshore wind and shipping industries are not subject to the same strict regulations as the fishing industry.
Maine Congressional delegation backed HUGE spending increases for agency threatening lobster industry
Coming from an administration and agency that funds programs to intentionally pollute the atmosphere, it’s highly unlikely that politicians and special interests are being entirely honest about their motives or love of whales.
‘You have failed us’: Maine lobstermen face federal regulators over new rules
Court Agrees to Fast-Track Maine Lobstering Group’s Appeal of Whale Rules
Massachusetts and Rhode Island got bamboozled into wind farms by politicians and special interests groups and it looks like California is next.
From WhyNotWind: “Billions of dollars have gone into erecting the wind and solar “traps” and trying to convince people there exists a clean, free energy source. The result is devastated landscapes, expensive, unreliable power and no more than a small fraction of the power promised is ever generated.”
The fact is, wind farms are not clean or “green” and they are not going to be able to meet the energy needs of our nation.
The hard working men and women of Maine’s lobster industry don’t want to hurt whales. They just want to earn a living as they have done for generations, support their communities, and feed their families. -JD