"Clean" Line tried the "I elect transmission lines to public office" strategy by schmoozing and making empty promises to businesses, legislators, local governments and other groups long before the affected landowners who would have to sacrifice their land for this project got wind of it.
How effective was "Clean" Line's "community consultation" when the ones most affected by its projects were never consulted?
Approaching a community with a front-loaded fait accompli is a big, bad no-no. Tsk, tsk, tsk, "Clean" Line!
Also, the political strategy playbook has been outed, studied and neutralized by transmission opponents. How effective is a "playbook" when the other team has a copy, "Clean" Line?
Introducing -- Block Grain Belt Express!
Now affected communities in Kansas, Missouri and Illinois have their own sister group to the original Block Rock Island Clean Line.
Coming soon... even more opposition!
Nobody needs or wants your "clean" projects, arrogant Texas and New York entrepreneurs. Go wreck your own backyards in your own states. Fail!