President Joe Biden can bring down gas prices tomorrow. He’s choosing not to. It’s all part of the plan.
The official White House line for record-breaking prices at the pump remains fixated on blaming the Organisation of Petroleum-Exporting Countries over its refusal to ramp up output as the administration shuts down domestic production.
“Gas prices relate to a foreign policy initiative,” Biden said during a CNN town hall last month. “And that’s because of supply being withheld by OPEC.”
President Biden says he expects gas prices will stay high until 2022.
— CNN (@CNN) October 22, 2021
On Friday, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm