Biden Made Two Bad Decisions At Once
The price of gasoline has reached an all-time high, shattering previous records. However, despite the fact that Americans are being harmed, Biden appears reluctant to take action. A great number of people have pointed the finger of blame at Biden’s own anti-American policies. However, rather than working to fix them, he is on a crusade against the oil produced in the United States.
And it involves kowtowing to our competitors. Biden has been steadfast in his refusal to roll back the policies that were responsible for the current spike in gas prices. He prevents private companies from drilling on federal land by denying them access.
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In addition to this, additional regulations and fees are driving up the costs associated with producing energy. Biden is adamantly opposed to changing any of that. Instead, he is insulting American oil companies and blaming them for policies that he has enacted, which is very hypocritical of him.In the meantime, he is going to the country of Saudi Arabia, which he has insulted in the past, in order to beg for more oil. There is no justification for Saudi Arabia to raise the amount of oil it produces. When there is a large amount of demand but a limited supply, they have the ability to set any price they want.
While Americans are having a hard time making ends meet, Saudis are getting richer by the minute. What kind of influence does Joe have over them to make them pump more oil? Biden belittled the authority of the nation’s leaders by assigning blame to them for the killing of a journalist. He made the statement that he would make the country a “pariah” of the world, whatever that term may mean. There are very few compelling reasons for Saudi Arabia to agree to anything that Biden proposes. He has the ability to intimidate or threaten them. However, he does not have anything to offer them that would entice them to participate in the ball game. This trip will accomplish nothing more than the waste of tax dollars on jet fuel.