Just a quick recap on the never-changing rules of the world. The three things that any functioning country must have an ample supply of are food, water and energy. Those are the fundamental necessities of life— not diversity, equity and inclusion — food, water and energy.
If you have a surplus of food, water and energy, you win. If you don’t, you lose. Now, that may sound unfair, but we did not make the rules. Nature did. We can choose to ignore them, but those rules will never change. Sorry.
Thankfully for Americans, we live in a country that is remarkably abundant in all three of those things. The U.S. has the most fertile farmland in the world. We’ve got more potable, fresh water than virtually any other place and critically and rarest of all, America has the largest recoverable oil reserves on the planet. We are number one in that category and that matters maybe more than anything.
……In fact, as of today, the world is powered as it has long been by fossil fuels. Fossil fuels. That’s where more than 80% of global energy comes from, not from windmills and solar panels, from oil and gas and coal and that is not going to change soon. In fact, the world’s fastest growing economies, that would be India and China, are using more fossil fuels than ever, not less. So, why is every person in charge from the people who make the ads at Nike to the energy secretary, to the President of the United States, to every anchor on every channel on television telling you exactly the opposite? We’ll give them the benefit of the doubt.
……Yet suddenly, strangely, the United States is suddenly experiencing shortages of both food and energy and that’s why prices of these things have risen, because we don’t have enough of them. How did that happen? You should know if you care about the future of America, your children’s future, you need to know how this happened.
……It’s just embarrassing. It’s grotesque, actually, and at this point is dangerous and no one believes a word of it because it’s provably untrue and we feel, since this is a news network, a moral responsibility to prove that it’s untrue. So, here we go. Months before the war in Ukraine began and somehow Vladimir Putin secretly seized control of gas prices in the United States. How did he do that? Before any of that happened, the magic happened.
Sober people, a petroleum analysis firm called GasBuddy, decided to do a simple calculation. They wanted to put rising gas prices in context. Here’s what they did: math. They determined every year over year price change in gasoline prices in the United States going back to 2002, 20 years, and they found this. From November of 2020 to November of 2021, that would be roughly from Election Day to the end of Joe Biden’s first year running the country, gas prices in the United States went up by more than 66%. That was the single highest year-over-year increase since 2002, which happens to be the year the government started tracking those data.
Now, this happened before Russia invaded Ukraine. Why did it happen? Super simple. Joe Biden on the campaign trail told us he was like Superman, and then he proceeded to jump off the garage. He told us he was going to end fossil fuels and because no one took him seriously, because he’s senile and wasn’t actually going to win, no one followed up with, “What, are you insane? How are you going to do that? And so we kept going and then he became president somehow and then he followed through on that promise.
He canceled pipelines. He terminated oil and gas leases. He rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement without explaining why we should and by the way, if the climate is such a crisis, an existential crisis, and China and India are using more fossil fuels than they did 10 years ago, and nobody says anything about it, maybe they’re not really sincere about this global warming thing and then on top of all of that, Joe Biden pumped trillions more dollars into the U.S. economy, thereby devaluing the U.S. dollar and making everything, including energy, more expensive.
You know what happened. That’s all true and it was done on purpose. It was done to change our energy supply from what is cheap, efficient and the source of all of our wealth to something that Biden and his donors control, the green economy that will make us poor and that is, in fact, causing famine around the world right now. So, that’s what happened. As a political matter, since this is still sort of a democracy, it happened way too fast and scared the hell out of people and polls showed that. Democrats and Republicans, no matter who they voted for, were worried above all about rising energy prices because it hurt them directly every single day. And by the time Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, the Biden administration had found a scapegoat.
Maybe that’s why they encouraged him to do it in the first place, which they did. So, Joe Biden started yelling, “It’s Putin’s price hike. Putin did it!” But it’s so dumb. It’s so provably untrue that no one believed it. Even people who wanted to believe it, people who voted for Biden who want windmills and solar farms, they couldn’t believe it because it’s absurd and in an election year, that’s a huge problem. So, the administration had to do something.
……Biden did maybe the worst thing that he has done since becoming president and that’s saying a lot. He started to sell off one of this country’s most important natural resources, one of our most valuable assets. It’s called the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, the SPR. It’s controlled by the Department of Energy. So, what Biden could have done is produce more oil domestically, but that would have been too easy and too good for the United States and its long-term interests. Instead, he decided to do something so crazy and so dangerous that only someone who was intentionally trying to harm the United States would even consider it, but most people never even noticed. Here’s his announcement, in case you missed it.
BIDEN: Today, I want to talk about one aspect of Putin’s war that affects and has real effects on the American people. Putin’s price hike that Americans and our allies are feeling at the pump. I know how much it hurts. Our prices are rising because of Putin’s actions. There isn’t enough supply and the bottom line is, if we want lower gas prices, we need to have more oil supply right now. Today, I’m authorized the release of 1 million barrels per day for the next six months, over 180 million barrels for the strategic, from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. This is a wartime bridge to increase oil supply until production ramps up later this year and it is by far the largest release of our net, our national reserve in our history.
So, you watch it and you realize really the whole point of the Joe Biden presidency is to humiliate the rest of us and think less of our own country, the place where we were born. You can just imagine Barack Obama and Susan Rice and Ron Klain, people who truly dislike the United States as currently constituted, saying, “Let’s make this guy president. That’ll grind it in our face, a guy who can barely talk.”
……The reserve can hold more than 700 million barrels total, but it didn’t have that because Congress, by the way, as you haven’t been paying attention, has been selling off our Strategic Petroleum Reserve to pay off debt. So, by the time Joe Biden arrived, there was far less than that. There was about 568 million barrels of oil in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Now, no president in American history has ordered a drawdown this large.
……It turns out the oil being released isn’t for us. It’s going to India and China.
He’s selling out America to Beijing. That is treason.