President Joe Biden Gives Up and Begs for Oil
In such a short amount of time before the election, Biden cannot afford to let gas prices rise. But despite this, he finds himself in a world of problems as a result of the decision that his friends in the Middle East have made to stop production.
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If only the United States could counter this sneaky strategy by generating our own oil, wouldn’t that be wonderful? That is exactly what Trump, or any other president with any common sense, would have done in that situation.The United States has the ability to supply sufficient oil not only for itself but also for other countries.
And because OPEC and its allies have decided to reduce their production by millions of barrels, we are in danger of running out of energy. Yet Biden continues to deny American corporations from drilling on federal property, over spurious environmental concerns. However, he has no difficulty easing sanctions on a communist dictatorship that is corrupt in order to allow that regime to generate more oil.
President Biden is looking to Venezuela, which is currently run by a dictator, to help solve our country’s energy crisis. In exchange for oil, he is willing to release hundreds of millions of dollars that have been frozen for the benefit of this corrupt regime. You can call me crazy, but I’ve heard that the environmental impact of drilling for oil in one country is the same as drilling in another.
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How is it that President Biden can shut down energy production in the United States to “rescue” a plant, while at the same time encouraging other countries to do the same same thing? Perhaps the topic of environmentalism has nothing to do with this at all, huh? Is it possible that the Democrats’ motivation here is to placate their allies in other countries at the expense of the United States? Although we cannot be certain, it does not make any sense for Biden to travel to another country in search of oil when we have the ability to solve this problem on our own.