Biden Raising Gas Prices on Purpose According to Top Republican Senator

With the price of everything soaring, there is no relief in sight in terms of getting any form of real help.

There was a time when the idea of letting more ethanol in our fuel to reduce the cost of gas by around $0.10 per gallon was floated, but this will do absolutely nothing to benefit us in the long run. In fact, it will be worse in the long term because that type of fuel is bad for your car's engine. I was cutting the grass this weekend and saw that the fuel cap stated that E15 fuel should not be added. Why is that? Because it's not good for the engine.

Senator Lindsey Graham claims that the Biden administration is deliberately boosting gas prices.

Graham made the remarks when he was asked on Fox Business’s “Wall Street with Maria Bartiromo” to respond to Biden’s recent comments where he said raising gas prices is part of “an incredible transition.”

“I think that’s the main takeaway from his statement, that he is telling the American people they’re doing this to you on purpose, that the transition period is being imposed by policies coming from the Biden administration,” he said.

“This is a conscious effort by the Biden administration to destroy fossil fuel production in the United States, to get away from fossil fuels, and you’re living this experience. This is an irresponsible shutting down of oil and gas production in America, making us more dependent on oil and gas from bad actors, and it’s destroying the American economy,” he continued.

This whole country is being run by a bunch of morons. There needs to be something different done in my estimation. This is something that I was actually thinking about and trying to imagine what it would look like.

For example, people who have no idea on how to run a business have no business telling others how to run theirs. People who don't really understand economics should not be making the economic policies that determine the trajectory of our nation.

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