After Draining the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Biden Now Won’t Refill It

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM. 24th March 2022. Joe Biden, President of USA, during press conference, after NATO Extraordinary Summit. Brussels, Belgium

One of the most treasonous things that Joe Biden has done during his unelected time in office was selling off the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). That wasn’t his to sell in the first place; it belonged to America.

He sold the reserves, mainly to China, for the most cynical of reasons—to help the Democrats win in the 2022 midterm elections. The Biden regime just announced this week that it won’t be refilling the reserve because oil is just too darned expensive right now.

Gee, how did that happen?

This is bad news for Biden and American consumers. Gas prices have jumped another 20 cents per gallon in the US since early March. You’re now paying $1 a gallon more than you did when Donald Trump was in office.

 

But the situation is about to get much, much worse. Gas prices are expected to climb another 70 cents per gallon by May, bringing the national average to around $4 per gallon.

Biden was able to stabilize gas prices in 2022 before the election by selling our oil reserves off to China and other countries. That’s no longer an option for this year because the reserves are mostly gone. It’s enough to make you wonder if the plan is just to collapse the country before the election so that Democrats can seize permanent power.

Here’s a Fox News report on the damage Joe Biden has done to America through his energy policies:


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