Electric Vehicle Scandal Exposed: Legal Insights and Its Impact – Mike Mauceli, Michael Buschbacher

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In this episode, host Mike Mauceli and his guest, legal expert Michael Buschbacher from Boyden Gray Law Firm, unpack the controversial "Electric Vehicle Cheating Scandal," offering a critical lens on government interventions in the electric vehicle (EV) industry.

They explore the alleged schemes crafted by the government to bolster the EV sector. Mauceli and Bushbacher dissect how these strategies might be influencing the auto industry, raising important questions about the impact on consumer costs and taxpayer burdens.

The episode then shifts to a deep dive into the world of compliance credits, particularly focusing on their role in Tesla's profitability. This segment is especially insightful for those interested in the financial dynamics of the EV market and the intricate mechanisms that drive corporate success in this field.

A key highlight of the episode is the examination of the geopolitical landscape, particularly the influence of China on the EV industry. This part of the discussion offers a unique perspective on the international complexities and potential legal challenges surrounding the government's approach to promoting EVs.

Tune in to "The Energy Show with REI Energy" for a thought-provoking analysis that combines legal insights, economic considerations, and environmental awareness in a discussion that is as informative as it is engaging. This episode is a must-watch for anyone interested in the evolving landscape of the EV industry and the intricate interplay of government policy, corporate strategies, and global dynamics.

00:00 Introduction
01:22 Understanding the EV Cheating Scandal
03:17 The Impact of the Scandal on the Auto Industry
05:52 The Role of Car Manufacturers
06:35 The Challenges of EV Adoption
08:32 The True Cost of Electric Vehicles
19:13 The Geopolitical Angle of the EV Industry
22:06 The Future of the Green New Deal and EV Industry


Disclaimer: The information provided in this video is for educational and informational purposes only. It should not be considered as financial advice or a recommendation to buy or sell any financial instrument or engage in any financial activity.

The content presented here is based on the speaker's personal opinions and research, which may not always be accurate or up-to-date. Financial markets and investments carry inherent risks, and individuals should conduct their own research and seek professional advice before making any financial decisions.

Cameron Long

  • @yagooatthegoat says:

    Y’all and ya fat pickup trucks

  • @matthevandaalen6289 says:

    PETROL is ENDING. Accept it. We need to transition. Traditional automakers need to ramp up, not slow down. “Nobody wants these cars” is ridiculous. I see all Tesla’s over here. Great cars, great range

    • @LeMagnum440 says:


    • @nikkisigmon8090 says:

      Great range? Lol let’s see the cargo trucks turn EV then if they are so great. I remember after a FL hurricane EVs were abandoned all along the roads bc they were catching fire from water damage, while the gas and diesels were running along fine. Also the winter issues- where chargers won’t charge and the owners were blamed bc they didnt put them in their heated garages (news flash, not everyone has a heated garage).

    • @jf8461 says:

      People in Chicago are living ‘em right now! 😂😂🤣

    • @ashfield1425 says:

      Get real. Remind me again how you get the electricity to top up your battery and remind me again about how they recycle the batteries? Also, can you remind be how they get lithium out if the ground? If I am correct, it’s children? All to make you rabid eco warriors think that you are ‘doing your bit’ for the environment.

    • @makun16 says:

      Ask yourself how much petroleum products are required to manufacture one Ev’s. From the mining equipment for raw materials to shipping all that to China for processing and all the other parts that are made. No petroleum, no Ev’s. No such thing as a clean ev vehicle.

  • @diamondhands5679 says:

    Actually, I see a lot of people buying EVs. This is big oil propaganda.

  • @Holt817 says:

    Electric cars are being used to rid the middle class of having a personal vehicle. A basic EV from ford loses sixty thousand dollars. What is the base cost for a basic EV from any manufacturer? My guess would put it at near one hundred thousand with no subsidies. That is well outside the range of most middle class families. The EV cost would probably kill off most small businesses that require transport also. EVs are just a tool used for social engineering.

    • @medic1937 says:

      100 percent agree

    • @1nicko29 says:

      some officials see a correlation betwean the populations increased means of mobility and rising crime-rates. (considering the carjacking trend and there is also the possibility to use a vehicle in a terrorist attack) so there is that…

    • @Holt817 says:

      @@1nicko29 I would say there is a better correlation to increased crime including carjacking and terrorist attacks using vehicles in the west. Which is migration, illegal or otherwise, and social engineering attempts of western governments. But you will never see a study using those metrics because that would implicate the people that do not like spotlights for doing very bad things.

  • @MyWorldMyOpinionMyFreedom says:


  • @jotoole6170 says:

    The semis are quite feasible look up @Edison Motors up in Canada there building a proper electric truck that makes Tesla look like a sick cat its built to work and be easy to run and repair

  • @WhiteRaven12773 says:

    I KNEW evS WHERE LARGELY A SCAM ON CONTROL from the get go but the other side love tech and e–bikes are alright

  • @johnbethea4505 says:

    I live in SC and several years ago I bought solar panels for $60+K. Between paying for solar panels and an electrical bill I am paying a few more hundreds of dollars more than my bill used to be. No savings, because there is not a savings.

  • @andrewcunningham5215 says:

    6.66% tax
    Mark of the beast

  • @rodgerdodgerlowe1838 says:

    Some jurisdictions are charging a yearly EV fee based on yearly licence registration of the EV every year. Talk about a scam

  • @1nicko29 says:

    if you really want to reduce carbon emissions you have to take away the financial ability to purchase a vehicle from the majority of earths population. by the end there will be armoured vehicles that fly or hover completely automated and possibly with defense capabilities build in for the super-rich. just like in the movies. For the rest of the people (my grandpa says, that) the horse carriage will soon have its comeback.

  • @UncleJ2058 says:

    Most ev’s have regenerative braking. If you have regenerative braking on, you don’t use the brake pedal much, only when you are going very slow.
    This cuts down on pm from brake pads greatly compared to conventional ic vehicles.

  • @Sonny_V says:


  • @dimitryvolfson7759 says:

    Complete nonsense, paid for by Exxon Mobile.

  • @spider80.... says:

    I am a true petrolhead…. i drove many Alfa Romeo’s for the last 25 years. Now i bought a Tesla Model y performance and i love it!
    Scam or not….fore my daily trips and long journeys its awesome.

  • @Five8. says:

    Im having a hard time understanding the scandal, maybe i need to rewatch

    • @Five8. says:

      Why do we even need an equivalently # for evs and ice? Because they dont take gas? I hope thats not the answer because what a d*** *** reason

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  • @kimhelton5514 says:

    hybrids – duh

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