Martha’s Vineyard is a
predominantly Democratic haven off the coast of Massachusetts where the average asking price for new house listings is apparently over $2.3 million and the average household income is well over $130,000. The island is home to scores of multimillionaires and one of climate-conscious former President Barack Obama’s numerous abodes — an $11.75 million, 30-acre estate.
Even though the millionaire refuge managed to drive out the poor migrants who reached its shores in 2022
inside a 44-hour window, the Biden administration has nevertheless designated parts of the island “low-income” areas.
According to a
report from the Daily Caller, the Biden administration has designated parts of the Vineyard; Montauk and Fishers Island in New York; Rehoboth Beach, Delaware; Beverly Hills, California; and other elite liberal enclaves thusly, meaning they can exploit electric vehicle charger subsidy programs.
President Joe Biden’s so-called Inflation Reduction Act allowed for the extension and modification of the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Refueling Property Tax Credit.
The subsidy — “6% with a maximum credit of $100,000 for each single item of property” — is available to businesses and…