When asked about the high gas prices that Americans are seeing right now on Tuesday, Democrat President Joe Biden refused to take any responsibility for them, instead blaming Russia.
“They’re going to go higher,” Biden remarked in Texas when asked about gas prices, which hit new highs this week.
“Did Biden actually imply he can’t do much right now to tackle the soaring gas prices?” said Rep. Byron Donalds.
Putin has 99 issues, but raising petrol prices in the United States is not one of them. Biden must quit deceiving the public and reverse ALL of his damaging energy plans.
“Texans will NOT be deceived by Joe Biden’s LIES!” says Rep. Ronny Jackson. To bring down gas prices, he may enhance domestic energy output. Instead, he’s caving in to a Venezuelan dictator in order to boost the country’s oil production.
“You could start by releasing America’s energy production,” says Sen. Roger Marshall. The price of oil would plummet tomorrow if the Keystone XL Pipeline were to be restarted.
“What a joke of a President he is, and his response is that he can’t do anything about it,” Chris Barron, a political consultant, says. I’ve got an idea, sparky: go back to your basement and hand over the presidency to someone who can make a difference. “Worst experience ever.”
On Monday, GasBuddy announced that “the national average price of gasoline in the United States today surpassed the existing record, rewriting the all-time high to today’s $4.104 per gallon.”
The price of diesel was “expected to shatter the record of $4.846 per gallon in the next two weeks,” according to GasBuddy, a platform that collects data on fuel costs to help consumers save money.
“In addition to reaching a new all-time high, the national average is seeing its greatest ever 7-day spike: 49.1 cents per gallon, topping the 49.0 cent weekly surge following Hurricane Katrina in 2005,” the business stated in its statement.