The Biden regime is openly saying it now.
Those record-high gas prices are your sacrifice for the sake of the ‘Liberal World Order.’
‘Liberal World Order?’
Is that supposed to sound more ‘inclusive’ than ‘New World Order?’
Either way, it’s a totalitarian hellscape freedom-loving Americans will throw in the waste bin.
Biden’s adviser Brian Deese, the Director of the National Economic Council, referenced the ‘Liberal World Order’ during a CNN interview.
“What do you say to those families that say, ‘listen, we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years?’” “CNN Newsroom” host Victor Blackwell asked.
“This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm,” Deese replied.
CNN: "What do you say to those families that say, 'listen, we can't afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years?’"
BIDEN ADVISOR BRIAN DEESE: "This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm." pic.twitter.com/LWilWSo72S
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) July 1, 2022
White House Tells Americans: 'Suck It Up' For The Sake Of The "Liberal World Order" https://t.co/M3h3Go6ZHA
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) July 1, 2022
High gas prices worth it for 'future of liberal world order,’ White House economics adviser tells CNN https://t.co/1JfEKhJZkr
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 1, 2022
The White House openly stated that you’re just going to have to pay more in gas so that they can hold the “liberal world order” together and it barely registers as breaking news.
They’re telling you EVERYTHING they plan to do and most don’t even care.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) July 1, 2022
Summit News reported:
Countless Americans couldn’t care less about preserving the “liberal world order” in support of Ukraine, and would undoubtedly rather put America first.
Indeed, polls have shown that whenever they’re told the consequences of ‘supporting Ukraine’, appetite for American involvement plummets.
But that’s not the view of the president, who also said yesterday that Americans should suffer pain at the pump for “as long as it takes” because ‘Putin bad man’.
Biden once again blamed “Russia, Russia, Russia” for high gas prices, despite inflation already soaring before the war in Ukraine and his sanctions exacerbating the crisis.
BIDEN: "The reason why gas prices are up, is because of Russia—Russia, Russia, Russia. The reason why the food crisis exists, is because of Russia, Russia…" pic.twitter.com/8F0y0rKbPn
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) June 30, 2022
“The Biden regime is crashing the global economy just to stick it to Putin and they don’t give a damn how many Americans and Europeans have to suffer,” comments Chris Menahan.
“You must be made to suffer for as long as it takes to secure the future of the Liberal World Order and ensure every town, city, state and nation throughout the world can host a Gay Pride Parade.”
Fox News noted Americans’ dissatisfaction with the Biden regime:
But Blackwell continued to press the Biden adviser on Americans’ dissatisfaction with the administration. He cited an AP-NORC poll finding 69% of Americans disapprove of the job the president is doing on the economy and 85% are unhappy with the direction the country is going.
Deese responded that he sympathized with Americans’ “frustrations” but said they needed to remember the Biden administration had made “historic economic progress” and this was a “transition.”
“And also remind the American people that even as we go through this challenging period, even while we move through this transition, we also have made historic economic progress and that’s not to suggest that people shouldn’t feel the anxiety that they feel,” he began. The Biden official touted how the United States was “better and stronger positioned” to tackle these problems.
Americans reject the ‘Liberal World Order’ that only serves the global elites.
As noted in this tweet, Deese is a former BlackRock executive.
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) July 1, 2022
As Global Head of Sustainable Investing from October 2017 until December 2020, Deese led BlackRock’s Sustainable Investing Team which “is focused on identifying drivers of long-term return associated with environmental, social and governance issues.” In an interview with The Weather Channel, Deese was asked about BlackRock’s “heavy investments” in the fossil fuel industry. Deese said that BlackRock’s role is to provide clients with “more choices and more options” in investments and “this is not just about excluding entire industries or entire classes of companies, but it’s also about getting to understand, again, which of these companies is better positioned for the transition.”
During this time his salary was at least $2.3 million, with the possibility that through BlackRock’s restricted stock plan, Deese could have made an additional $2.4 million.