Joe Biden was in the Middle East, at least partially to discuss with Saudi Arabia increasing oil production.
Biden went, hat in his hand — even though the United States have the ability to provide for themselves if he took the US’s neck off domestic production. He had previously declared that he would make Saudi Arabia pariah after the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. He went despite a discussion with French President Emmanuel Macron stating that Saudi Arabia was already at full capacity.
Now that Jennifer Jacobs from Bloomberg has reported, the people of this group believe Biden will be leaving without making any announcements about an increase in oil supplies.
BREAKING NEWS: Biden will leave the Middle East this week with no public announcements on increasing oil supply, according to people familiar with the matter, @S_Elwardany @annmarie and @jendeben scoop.
— Jennifer Jacobs (@JenniferJJacobs) July 15, 2022
If this were true, then what’s the point of going on this trip? Biden was aware that this would be his result. Yet, he tossed all of the principles under the bus and continued on.
The solution is at home. He doesn’t care if we give assurances that our energy sector will allow them to flow freely. But he does want them to be destroyed in his insane rush to eliminate fossil fuels and meet his absurd green agenda. It doesn’t matter who it hurts.
Meanwhile, as the Biden team continued with their ridiculous energy and spending policies, they claimed that inflation was going to be transitory.
“We have in recent months seen some inflation, and we — at least on a year-over-year basis — will continue, I believe through the rest of the year, to see higher inflation rates, maybe around 3 percent,” Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said about in inflation in early June 2021. But I believe this is temporary .”
A month later in July, President Biden stated that there is no need to be concerned about inflation, and said it would only be “temporary .”
“We also know that as our economy has come roaring back, we’ve seen some price increases,” Biden said in a July 19th speech last year. Some people have expressed concern that persistent inflation could cause this. But that is not our view.”
Here was Biden himself in an awful December 2021 word salad saying how inflation was going to do something quickly:
JOE BIDEN (December 10, 2021): “I think you’ll see [inflation] change sooner than, quicker than, more rapidly than it will take than most people think.” pic.twitter.com/QPqfUSZ1Ec
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 15, 2022
But it’s now gone on for more than 13 months, with gas prices being a big part of the problem. In June, the CPI went up to 9.1 percent, and the PPI to 11.3 percent, indicating that inflation was likely to continue.
But what are the Biden staff still saying? According to Brian Deese, NEC Director
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) July 13, 2022
What would you do differently if they tried to get us in?
There’s something to like consistency. But it would be nice if it wasn’t constantly bad. https://t.co/bL4Zgqh13M
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) July 15, 2022