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Is Biden Considering Turning to Saudi Arabia for More Oil?


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Joe Biden‘s plan is to make America dependent in every way.

In that, he has proven to be successful since day one.

Jobs have been destroyed.

Inflation continues to rise.

Gas prices are skyrocketing.

Meanwhile, Americans are furious over every decision Joe Biden has made in the last year, especially his decision to destroy America’s chance at energy independence.

last year, Biden terminated the Keystone XL oil pipeline, insisting that climate change was the “greatest threat” to America.

In what can only be described as an act desperation, Biden may now be considering asking Saudi Arabia for more oil.

Here’s more on Biden’s latest bad idea from Fox Business:

President Biden may be exploring additional options for oil with a possible trip to Saudi Arabia in the coming months, a new report said.

According to Axios, the president’s advisers are considering the trip as a way to mend fences with the Islamic nation and get them to produce more oil to offset the loss that would come should the U.S. ban the purchase of oil from Russia.

The meeting would come at a time when Americans are hurting due to inflation, which has been particularly noticeable at the gas pump, with prices climbing higher and higher. Biden spent much of last year citing the need to move away from fossil fuels because climate change was the “greatest threat” to the country, and one of his first acts was to shut down the Keystone XL oil pipeline.

Biden and his handlers have absolutely destroyed America’s energy independence…

 

Newsweek has more on American outrage towards Biden following rumors of a potential deal with Saudi Arabia:

The Biden administration has been criticized over reports that the president’s advisers are considering a visit to Saudi Arabia to try to convince the Kingdom to pump more oil.

The plans, which have not been confirmed, were reported by Axios as oil prices soared by 10 percent amid U.S. and European threats to ban Russian oil over Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.

Officials told Axios that discussions of a potential visit to Saudi Arabia, the world’s top oil exporter, are still in the early stages and may not happen at all.

However, talk of U.S. officials going to Saudi Arabia was widely criticized by people on both sides of the political spectrum, who cited the Kingdom’s human rights violations during the Yemen war and the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018 which a U.S. intelligence report said was approved by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. That claim was denied by the Saudi government.



 

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