A resurfaced 2006 video of President Joe Biden shows has sent the White House scrambling after it blamed high gas prices on a lack of energy policy.
Biden shared the remarks during his time as a senator from Delaware.
— Jonathan Mukoro🍊🚚🚛🚛🚚🚛🚛🚚 (@joewhizy) June 6, 2022
Then and now
“We’re paying that money in my view because we lack an energy policy,” Biden said in the video.
Under President Biden, gas prices hit yet another record high. And they’re expected to climb even higher!https://t.co/pQG9jPtCc1
— Tim Scott (@SenatorTimScott) June 7, 2022
South Carolina Republican Gov. Tim Scott blasted Biden’s high gas prices this week in a stark contrast with the president’s 2006 view.
“Under President Biden, gas prices hit yet another record high. And they’re expected to climb even higher!” Scott tweeted.
On Tuesday, nationwide gas prices hit $4.91 on average, marking a new record for the 10th day in a row.
— The Epoch Times (@EpochTimes) June 7, 2022
The average price is already more than double the prices of gas under former President Donald Trump two years ago.
In Biden’s America, gas prices have hit record highs “27 of the last 28 days.”
“Prices have now more than doubled since President Biden took office” pic.twitter.com/3YGZv6EB9C
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 6, 2022
Biden is breaking records, but it’s not for anything good. The record gas prices are in addition to generation high inflation, a supply chain shortage, labor shortage, border crisis and more that seems to have no end in sight.
Americans increasingly agree with 2006 Biden and want a new energy policy that helps drive prices down across the nation before it gets any worse.