The media have done a LOT of stories recently about high gas prices and the pain at the pump and so on and so on and so on. They do it for ratings, to fake being non-partisan, and because they know if they doom it up now, when the election comes around if it is even one PENNY less at the pump they can pitch it as a super duper win for Biden.
And that’s why they don’t care one bit about the fact that he is OPENLY giving the whole game away. The game being that he and the whole DNC want the gas prices high because that is their intent. They intend to impose a green agenda and forcing middle and lower class Americans out of their cars and into public transportation or simply covid lockdown is the PLAN.
And Biden can’t help admitting it accidentally.
Biden: "My mother had an expression: out of everything lousy, something good will happen. We have a chance to make a fundamental turn toward renewable energy, electric vehicles, and across the board." pic.twitter.com/Si4oJ7ROFg
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) June 20, 2022
That’s an endorsement. It’s an admission. It’s a signal to the greens that this is the product of his efforts on their behalf, and adding the word “lousy” is just butt-covering disclaimer. It’s like saying “good things are worth hardship.” It’s not saying he’s AGAINST the hardship.
And then he pitches the gas tax gimmick, which is what Obama called it in 2008, and nobody calls him out!
And why is Biden pitching it? BECAUSE it’s not going to do anything to the war on the oil companies! He wants a short term gimmick to improve his poll numbers without undermining their efforts to do long-term harm and kick Americans out of their cars.
I am legitimately confused because progressives have long sought policies designed to raise gas prices in order to reduce oil consumption and save the environment. Shouldn't they be cheering $5 gas and hoping prices rise further? Not a gotcha, I am legitimately baffled. https://t.co/5WS6ZnwaO9
— Brian Riedl 🧀 🇺🇦 (@Brian_Riedl) June 20, 2022
I’m not baffled. They ARE cheering high gas prices. The gas tax holiday is a ruse, and not even a good one.