I was hired by the City of New Orleans to investigate why their power company, Entergy, simply can’t keep the lights on while citizens’ electric bills soar. That was in 1986.
In 35 years, nothing has changed my official conclusion: Entergy is a racketeering enterprise parading as a power company.
This week, Entergy lost 2000 miles of high-voltage power lines. I’ve worked on power systems worldwide and you won’t see that type of disaster in Bangladesh after a typhoon.
Why? To Entergy, hurricanes have become a profit center.
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