Texas Was ‘Seconds’ Away from Months-Long Blackouts, But Controversial Decision May Have Saved the Grid

Texas Was ‘Seconds’ Away from Months-Long Blackouts, But Controversial Decision May Have Saved the Grid


Partisan sniping has taken over after millions of Texans were left without power beginning on Monday during a historic winter storm, but a report states that those who were in charge of the Texas power grid might have actually saved people from months of power outages by initiating rolling blackouts.

We know from the events of the past week that the fallacies of green energy played a role in what would ultimately leave four million homes and businesses in the Lone Star State without electricity, KXAS-TV reported.

Tragically, some in the state died from the cold, as temperatures approached sub-zero lows amid seemingly never-ending snowfall and ice accumulation.

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CBS News reported the death toll stood at 24 people as of Wednesday.

There will be plenty of time for a post-mortem to find out exactly what went wrong, and that will no doubt occur in the months to come. There will

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