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Energy Trader: We’ve Officially Hit “Holy S*it Levels”. Texas Power Grid is Straining Under the Cold From Power Usage

Energy Trader: We’ve Officially Hit “Holy S*it Levels”

The Texas power grid is straining under the cold from power usage.
As the day has progressed, amid deteriorating weather forecasts and no let up in demand (despite ERCOT’s urgings), a trader at a Houston energy firm sums the situation up as eloquently and succinctly as ever: “we’ve officially hit the ‘Holy F****** S*** Levels’ here…” As a result of this, Texas power grid operator ERCOT, has issued a statement warning of an “energy emergency” and threatening “rotating outages” just when residents need the power to heat their homes the most…

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Texas Sues Battleground States, Asks SCOTUS To Block Four States From Participating in Electoral College [VIDEO]

Texas Sues Battleground States, Asks SCOTUS To Block Four States From Participating in Electoral College [VIDEO]

Texas sued battleground states Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan and Wisconsin on Tuesday to challenge their 2020 presidential election results.  The lawsuit is based on the fact that these states did not follow their own state laws for Presidential election, including Pennsylvania’s and Georgia’s refusal to verify signatures on mail-in ballots as was required by state laws.

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A Week Before the Election, Texas National Guard Prepares to Deploy Troops to Cities

A Week Before the Election, Texas National Guard Prepares to Deploy Troops to Cities

The Texas Army National Guard said Monday that up to 1,000 troops could be dispatched to cities across Texas ahead of the Nov. 3 election. But, A spokesperson for the Guard said the deployment is not related to the election and troops would not be stationed at polling places. Mayors in two cities say they weren’t advised of the deployment.

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