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“You get a lot more speeding fines!” Critics Reject ‘Pothole Pete’ Buttigieg’s Plan to Solve the Country’s Road Crisis with MORE Speed ​​Cameras and Lower Speed ​​Limits That Will Guarantee Fines for Drivers

  • Pete Buttigieg yesterday announced a plan to make the country’s roads safer
  • Tucked away in its 42-page strategy is a promise to promote speed cameras
  • Buttigieg Claimed Cameras Are Less Racistly Biased Than Police So Will Patrol More Fairly
  • But critics say it’s just a Trojan horse to fine motorists for speeding
  • They wondered why Buttigieg wasn’t doing more repairing roads and bridges
  • Many busted him with the hashtag Pothole Pete – a reference to his time as mayor of South Bend, Indiana, and the city was ravaged by potholes
  • ‘If we can’t put you to death, we’ll fine you,’ one critic joked



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Pete Buttigieg’s plan to add more speed cameras to American roads as a way to make patrolling them “fairer” has been rejected by critics who say it will only lead to more speeding fines under the guise of justice and road safety.

Buttigieg announced the plan yesterday and claims it will reduce the number of fatal traffic accidents.

The highway plan will receive about $17 billion from Biden’s $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill, which will be used in part to pay for the cameras.

Buttigieg’s 42-page plan includes a warning to “promote” the use of speed cameras, which he says will be a more “equitable” way to patrol the roads than if police were in charge.

He wants to create roads that ‘enforce’ themselves through speed limits and cameras – instead of having police waiting for them.

But skeptics say it will ultimately only lead to more fines for motorists — and money for the government — while doing nothing to address the country’s real transportation problems.

Buttigieg announced the plan yesterday and claims it will reduce the number of fatal traffic accidents.  He wants to create roads that 'enforce' themselves through speed limits and cameras - instead of police patrolling them

Buttigieg announced the plan yesterday and claims it will reduce the number of fatal traffic accidents. He wants to create roads that ‘enforce’ themselves through speed limits and cameras – instead of police patrolling them

They want to know why Buttigieg—nicknamed “Pothole Pete” because of the pothole crisis that unfolded in South Bend, Indiana, when he was mayor—is no longer doing things like the bridge’s stability, traffic flow or conditions crumbling. improve roads and highways.

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Buttigieg’s plan involves cameras enforcing speed limits rather than police because he says it will be “more just.” Drivers say it will only lead to more fines

‘43% of all public roads in this country are ‘in poor or mediocre condition’.

‘In other words, we’re actually Mexico, but a lot richer.

“Pete Buttigieg has a plan. Here it is: More speed cameras.

Pete Buttigieg would quote that the use of speed cameras is being promoted, which the department says could provide more equitable enforcement than police traffic stops.

‘Have it? So due to equity you are about to get a lot more speeding fines from robots. See how that works? Shut up, racist, pay the fine.

“The government needs the money for infrastructure even after $1.2 trillion.

“When the country applauded $1.2 trillion for repairing roads, bridges and buildings, many of us were stupid enough to think this could happen,” Tucker Carlson bellowed Thursday night. Fox news.

Others on Twitter said Democrats would swallow the plan as a progressive improvement without realizing they would be looking for more speed cards.

“He doesn’t fix anything… roads, bridges, airports, railways, supply chains… nothing BUT wants to catch the speed demons. I’m not kidding you,” said one critic.

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“Pete Buttigieg wants to install cameras to give us speeding tickets under the guise of justice,” said another.

“A $1.2 ton infrastructure bill with $220 billion for infrastructure $100 billion will be used on cameras to catch people too fast.

“If we can’t put you to death, we’ll fine you,” said another.

Buttigieg has not gone into detail about where exactly the speed cameras will go, who will monitor them and who will be responsible for handing out fines.

According to Buttigieg’s plan, he will also change many speed limits across the country.

Currently, many cities put limits on 85% of drivers who travel, essentially leaving drivers making the decision.

The strategy, released yesterday by Buttigieg, is to “encourage the setting of context-sensitive speed limits” and create roads “that help to ‘self-enforce’ speed limits.”

“Ensure remarkable road redesign practices to slow down vehicles rather than relying primarily on enforcement to control speeding violations.

“Promote speed cameras as a proven safety measure,” the strategy reads.

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