Things don’t have to be so bad in America but apparently, Joe Biden wants it this way.
Just eighteen months ago the United States was energy independent as the largest producer of oil in the entire world, but then came along Joe Biden and his far-left parties Green New Deal.
Immediately following President Biden’s inauguration, his handlers in the White House wrote and presented an executive order to Joe, which he signed, stopping the building and completion of The Keystone XL pipeline.
The developer halted all construction on the project months after its permit was revoked by the Biden administration. The pipeline was set to carry oil 1,200 miles (1,900km) from the Canadian province of Alberta down to Nebraska, (Jun 9, 2021)
On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Cavuto: Coast to Coast,” Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy (R) stated that Alaska is ready to do its part in helping the U.S. reduce its dependence on foreign energy if the Biden administration will allow it to do so and argued that oil from Alaska is better for the environment than oil from Russia.
Dunleavy said, “I think we should do both. I think we should push renewables, and we should push oil and gas. I think they both present great opportunities for this country. And I don’t understand why we aren’t doing that, especially given what’s happening over in Russia. We’ve had the same issue with Iran and others that are not necessarily friendly to the United States. And so, Neil, I’m all for opportunities. I think we should push it. Alaska could do its part. We have billions of barrels of oil still in the ground. We’ve got about 126 trillion cubic feet of gas that we can deliver to our friends in Asia, as well as our west coast. So, we’re prepared and ready to do our part, if this administration allows us to.”
He added, “We still import oil from Russia, which makes no sense to us here in Alaska. You know, the worry by many of the environmentalists is if you drill in Arctic Alaska, you’re somehow going to spoil it. Do people really think if you drill in Arctic Russia, that they are going to have tougher environmental regulations than we are? That’s simply not true. And so, a molecule of oil coming from America is going to be a cleaner molecule of oil than if it’s coming from Russia. And, at the same time, we’re going to supply ourselves and our friends with American oil if we’re allowed to do that. That just makes for better national security, and again, a lower price at the pump.”
When asked about what steps President Biden was going to take to combat the increasing oil and gas prices resulting from the Russian invasion of Ukraine, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki, in line with the goals of the Great Reset, zero carbon emissions by 2050 or sooner, flippantly said that the Russia-Ukraine conflict has highlighted the need for America to reduce its consumption of foreign oil.
Jen Psaki says Biden wants to reduce our dependence on foreign oil by using green energy, not by expanding U.S. energy production pic.twitter.com/NqCKmzkCBN
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) February 27, 2022
Yes, America, the Biden administration which could unleash the massive oil production infrastructure of the U.S., but they are choosing not to.
Instead, they are hoping that the pain consumers are feeling at the pump will eventually force them into buying overpriced electric cars. If this plan doesn’t work, Americans will vote them out of office, replacing them with a pro-America President who will reverse everything Biden did, leading to lower fuel prices and much more.
In the end, the voters will have the final say. If they vote blue, electric cars are on the way, if they choose red though, oil rigs are here to stay.