Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Thursday announced a new federal strategy to target traffic fatalities.
In Buttigieg’s Marxist utopia, there will be zero traffic deaths.
So the goal went from zero Covid deaths to zero traffic-related deaths.
“Our goal is zero deaths, a country where one day nobody has to say goodbye to a loved one because of a traffic crash. I understand the scale of the challenge and the ambition represented by that goal,” Buttigieg said.
What he really means is “our goal is zero cars on the road.”
This is about restricting movement.
“We cannot tolerate the continuing crisis of roadway deaths in America. These deaths are preventable, and that’s why we’re launching the National Roadway Safety Strategy today – a bold, comprehensive plan, with significant new funding from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law,” Buttigieg said.
“We will work with every level of government and industry to deliver results, because every driver, passenger, and pedestrian should be certain that they’re going to arrive at their destination safely, every time,” he said.