Average price of gas rises to $4.60 in Biden’s America

Gas prices hit a new all-time high on Thursday, as Americans battle with rising prices across the board, all while the Biden administration sticks to its claim that rising prices are due to Russia, not administration policy.

On Thursday, the national gas price averaged $4.60, an increase of about 47 cents over the previous month.

To put things in perspective, the national average gas price was $3.035 a year ago.

However, mid-grade is already reaching $5.00, with the national average at $4.979. The national average price for diesel is $5.538, and the premium is at $5.267. This is somewhat lower than the all-time high average of $5.577 set on May 18.

Prices in certain states are greater than the national average. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Illinois, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Arizona, Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Hawaii, Alaska, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, and California, which have the nation’s highest average gas price of $6.070.

Experts warn that the situation will only become worse over the “cruel summer,” with average gas costs well over $6.00 per gallon.

According to recent polls, Americans are struggling to keep up with growing prices across the board.

Per a Quinnipiac poll issued at the end of March, over one-third of Americans are cutting back on groceries to save money for transportation. At the time, the national average gas price was $4.225. Biden was still blaming Russia for rising prices at the time.

“Russia is responsible,” he stated, although he didn’t explain why prices had been rising before Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

Jennifer Granholm, Biden’s Secretary of Oil, has echoed that story on rising energy costs, telling legislators last week that “you can thank Vladimir Putin’s activity for invading Ukraine.”

 

23 Responses

  1. The president (JOE BIDEN) is definitely responsible for the high gas prices and the enconomy and not the Russian invasion. He and the democrats can say what ever they want but the definite cause of the high ;prices is due to JOEZ BIDEN and his administration. He is the worst president in history.

  2. Gas prices have nothing to do with Russia or Ukraine.It is all about controlcaused by the shutting down our own resources. And that is all on Biden and the Democrats.

    WAKE UP PEOPLE::!!!!

  3. According to Biden he’s responsible for nothing. People see he’s good for nothing. Time to make Trump an Advisor and follow the advice.

  4. Complete the XLpipeline. Secure our border. We cannot take on the whole world population. American citizens are suffering.
    HIGH GAS PRICES RAISES THE PRICE OF EVERYTHING WE NEED – BECAUSE OF TRANSPORTING GOODS.

  5. According to Biden he’s responsible for nothing. People see he’s good for nothing. Time to make Trump an Advisor and follow the advice.

  6. According to President Biden, he’s responsible for nothing. The people are seeing he’s good for nothing. See low approval ratings.
    Is your stimulus money used up yet? High costs on everything.

  7. GRINHOLM NEEDS TO BE REPLACED!!!!FOR SURE….I REMEMBER HER IN MICHIGAN AND SHE DID NOTHING!!!! SHE IS A VOICE PIECE BUT NOTHING SHE EVER EVER DID…A VERY POOR EXAMPLE….

  8. Biden and his administration of socialistic idiots are to blame for the sorry state this country is in. The blame cannot be placed on that bunch solely as it is shared with the group of entitled little shots that feel like the world owes them. I can’t decide to laugh or cry when I read the polls where Bidens popularity is tanking and the entitled are crying about how they regret voting him in. Unfortunately they now don’t like what they felt would give them the most! What a way to learn a hard life lesson!

  9. For those 81 million voters alive and dead that voted for him you must pay for 74 million that did not vote for him everything our food gas exc. I bet you have voter remorse.

  10. BIDEN PLANS TO PAY OFF THE DEPT THAT HE AND THE DNC MADE WITH ALL THEM TAX DOLLARS. THERE GETTING

  11. Russia or any other country is not responsible for our gas and groceries problems, when you shut down oil production the cost will go up

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.