‘The Middle Class Is The Most F*cked Group Of People’: Left-Wing Commentator Slams Green Energy Initiatives

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James Lynch Investigative Reporter
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Left-wing commentator Ana Kasparian criticized the costs of green energy initiatives for the middle class based on her experience with electric car chargers.

Kasparian said she is “freaking the f*ck out” about her condo complex taking out a significant loan to fund electric car charging stations and complained about the lack of government assistance for residents. (RELATED: Ana Kasparian Says She’ll ‘Never Apologize’ For Slamming Terms Like ‘Birthing Persons’)

“I don’t give a f*ck about tax credits because you have to shell out cash, okay, like, I just, I want to do something in response to climate change, that is not my issue here. My issue is how we’re forced to make all these changes that are a financial burden, a giant inconvenience with little to no help, and the solution from the government in terms of like ‘no, no you get financial benefits for doing this,’ is f*cking tax credits,” she said.

“I’m so sick of it, it’s just like endless pressure, pressure, pressure, I can’t take it,” she continued. Her co-host Cenk Uygur began to talk about the burdens on the middle class, when Kasparian interrupted. “Oh, the middle class is the most f*cked group of people in this country!,” she said.

Kasparian is the executive producer and host of “The Young Turks,” alongside Uygur. Both have been attacked by left-wing pundits for objecting to the activist term “birthing person” and doubling down in the face of scrutiny. Kasparian said Tuesday she would stop working with “leftists” who use The Young Turks to build a platform and later bash the show when it is convenient.