Higher Energy Prices
“No more drilling,” vows President Biden. Isn’t it especially odd that just before Election Day, President Joe Biden is emphasizing his opposition to cheap fuel, wonders James Freeman in the WSJ?
Would you feel better knowing, according to a CNN poll, that many of President Biden’s recent public statements are false?
The NY Post reports:
President Biden repeatedly said “no more drilling” and tripped onstage when he joined Gov. Kathy Hochulis in Yonkers on Sunday in a last-ditch effort to help her try to stave off GOP challenger Lee Zeldin…
“No more drilling,” Biden snapped at a climate protester who was heckling him.
“There is no more drilling. I haven’t formed any new drilling,” Biden said.
A confused-sounding Biden tried to assuage the protester and return to his speech.
Is There Anyone Home?
Confused or not, adds James Freeman, the presidential bloopers continue:
Every so often President Biden blurts out what he really thinks, even if it’s politically or diplomatically embarrassing. He did it again Friday when he said his Administration will shut down coal plants across America…
Mr. Biden’s campaign remarks in Carlsbad, Calif., were supposed to be about the semiconductor bill and his “unity agenda.” But during a riff on Democrats’ tax and climate spending bill, he let slip that “we’re going to be shutting [coal] plants down all across America and having wind and solar.”
Senator Joe Manchin also feels bamboozled.
Happy Voting Day!
The GOP’s return needs to encompass its roots and to reject corporatism. Reaching out to blue-collar “Reagan-Democrats” is as promising as it is long overdue, writes Thaddeus McCotter for Human Events.
BREAKING: Two days before the midterm elections, Joe Biden clearly states he is for "no more [oil] drilling." pic.twitter.com/2F9hZNOwMt
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