$142 million green energy grant used to play video games, cards

“The only explosions heard at the Michigan factory that was supposed to be producing electric car batteries came from the employees who have been playing video games like “Call of Duty” at taxpayer expense…

… That’s according to a Feb. 8 report by the Energy Department’s inspector general that confirmed game playing and movie watching was used to pass the time at the LG Chem plant in Holland, Mich. The Obama administration poured a $142 million stimulus grant into the company to subsidize battery production for the Chevy Volt, the hybrid-electric darling of government bureaucrats.”

Read more at the Washington Times.

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