The night of the 2020 election, most Americans were stunned when the results were called, and Joe Biden had defeated Donald Trump. Speaking to the country, Biden promised to move America forward and fight through our hardships.
He also discussed tackling the division in America and unifying one nation. Jump forward almost nine months, and none of that is the case. Illegal immigrants flooding the border, COVID-19, the Afghanistan withdrawal, it’s apparent that Biden is struggling when it comes to being President, but that doesn’t mean he can’t sense your pain. Just take a look at his recent press conference.
It should come as no surprise that gas prices have been going up since Trump left the White House. Practically everything has gone up, the cost of goods, clothing, and gas. Just a few days ago, it was reported that the average American household or “unit” spent more on taxes than they did on themselves. Yet, Biden continues to try and push the national debt even higher.
But as you see in the video above, the Biden administration is working around the clock on solving the gas price problem. As the President said, “There’s a lot of evidence gas prices should be going down, but they haven’t. We’re taking a close look at that.”
What is interesting is how President Biden has now come forward, discussing how his administration will also tackle the mysterious cause for high gas prices after Steven Kopits, Director of Princeton Energy Advisors, said, “Biden has substantial political risk heading into the 2022 midterm elections. He would do well to articulate a more balanced energy package because we are likely to see gas prices above $4 a gallon.”
And if you were wondering, a year ago, when former President Donald Trump was in office, the national price of gas was over a dollar cheaper than it is now. But remember, Biden is actively searching for the cause.
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Author: Jeremy Porter
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