POWER TRIP Fury As Texas Homeowners Hit With Eye-Watering Electricity Bills Up To $17,000 Due To ‘High Demand’ During Freeze


TEXAS homeowners have been hit with more than brutal winter storms – they are getting accompanying massive electricity bills.

Electricity bills for Texans shot up as high as $17,000 per month following a nasty winter storm that caused power outages and wrecked havoc.

The outages created a huge demand for heat, which drove up utility bills for many suffering residents.

Rates in Texas jumped from $50 to $9,000 per Megawatt in some instances as demand soared during the energy crisis, according to WFAA.

Dallas resident Ty Williams’ bill spiked from $600 last month to almost $17,000 so far this month, he told news station.

“How in the world can anyone pay that?” said Williams, who got his bill from the energy company Griddy.

Furious Donald Trump Called Rupert Murdoch To Scream At Him After Fox Called Arizona For Joe Biden – But The Media Mogul Refused to Back Down



  • Fox News called Arizona for Joe Biden before AP, CNN or NBC
  • AP has since called Arizona, but CNN and NBC believe it is too close to call
  • Donald Trump was enraged by the Fox News decision, Vanity Fair reported
  • He rang Rupert Murdoch ‘to scream at him and demand a retraction’ 
  • Murdoch refused and the result stood, putting Fox ahead of its rivals 

Donald Trump rang Rupert Murdoch in a fury on Tuesday night after Fox News became the first to call Arizona for his rival Joe Biden, according to reports.

Trump, who on the morning of the election called into Fox and Friends and complained bitterly at how unfair they had been to him during his presidency, was enraged by Tuesday night’s call.

A source told Vanity Fair that Trump phoned Murdoch, who owns Fox ‘to scream about the call and demand a retraction.’

The 89-year-old media mogul refused to order his staff to retract the Arizona call.


Predictable: NY Times Accuses Bergdahl’s Platoon Mates of Lying For Political Purposes

A new low for the Old Grey Lady.
The New York Times is now lashing out at Bowe Bergdahl’s vocal platoon mates in order to prop up Barack Obama.

Bergdahl’s platoon mates all believe he was a deserter.


They will stop at nothing to defend this far left nut in the White House.
The New York Times:

Gov. Rick Perry of Texas says the whole exchange was cooked up to distract the public from the Veterans Affairs scandals, and the talk-show crowd has piled on Bergdahl’s father for his suspiciously long beard.

Cowering politicians now even seem to regret their initial burst of joy that a prisoner was coming home.

“A grateful nation welcomes him home,” Rep. Lee Terry, R-Neb., said in a tweet Sunday. The statement on his website was deleted a short time later. “Warmest regards to his family with gratitude for his/their service and sacrifice,” wrote Stephen Lynch, D-Mass., in another quickly deleted tweet.

This duck-and-cover response is the result of the outrageous demonization of Bergdahl in the absence of actual facts. Republican operatives have arranged for soldiers in his unit to tell reporters that he was a deserter who cost the lives of several soldiers searching for him. In fact, a review of casualty reports by Charlie Savage and Andrew Lehren of The New York Times showed there is no clear link between any military deaths and the search.

SOURCE: The Gateway Pundit