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Pentagon Concerns Throw Joe Biden’s Green Plan Into Jeopardy

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Joe Biden wants to change every American’s life in a major way.

But it’s not going the way he hoped.

Joe Biden’s sinister plans just got destroyed by this massive concern.

As part of the Biden administration’s effort to combat so-called global warming, President Joe Biden is pushing to expand offshore wind power by up to 30 gigawatts by 2030.

However, the Department of Defense (DOD) is warning that Biden’s push for wind farms off the coasts of North Carolina, Delaware, Virginia, and Maryland have been marked by the DOD as being “highly problematic” to its operations.

“The initial assessment performed by DoD found complicated compatibility challenges with wind turbines near Navy and Air Force training,” Pentagon spokesperson Kelly Flynn told Fox News Digital.

“The DoD continues to work with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, industry, and other stakeholders to identify the best locations for development.”

“This discussion includes impacts to the environment, shipping, fishing, viewshed and military readiness and includes mitigation strategies to overcome the impacts,” Flynn continued. “The DoD is committed to facilitate development while protecting national security, as we have done in every call area in the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf of Mexico.”

“This assessment is the first step in the process and DoD will continue to refine the analysis and collaborate with the other stakeholders in order to promote compatible development in this location,” Flynn added.

Fishery experts spoke about the issue in a congressional field hearing hosted by Rep. Jeff Van Drew, R-N.J., in March.

Meghan Lapp, the fisheries liaison for Rhode Island-based seafood company Seafreeze, addressed her concerns saying, “The Navy has said there is not an area in that whole east block that does not interfere with DoD missions. But BOEM is continuing ahead.”

“And when I’ve asked them on webinars, ‘The Navy said that this is a problem. How can you still be leasing it?’ They’re like, ‘Oh, well, we’re just going to continue the discussions.'”

“There are a lot of discussions, there are a lot of meetings,” Lapp continued. “But there is never anything actionable where something is denied. That is a huge, huge problem that hopefully Congress can help with.”

There are also concerns that offshore windfarms have caused the unusual increase in whale and dolphin deaths along the Atlantic.