A green energy plan in Maine could destroy both thousands of acres of the largest continuous forest east of the Mississippi, and the livelihoods of the area residents.

In the latest episode of “Tucker Carlson Originals,” Carlson investigates what he calls an “attack against rural America and the people who live there.”

Hydro-Quebec and Central Maine Power (CMP), two foreign energy companies, are proposing a 100-mile corridor through Maine’s north woods to carry green energy from Canada to Massachusetts. The scheme would make the power companies millions, but according to former Maine State Senator Dr. Tom Saviello, Mainers would only get about $10 a month.

In a $20 million lobbying and ad campaign, CMP promised residents jobs and an economic boom through tax revenue. But according to Caratuk, Main

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