Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Biden Admin Plans To Make Gas Even More Expensive Because You’re Not Poor Enough Yet; GasBuddy Survey: Only 32% Plan to Drive on Thanksgiving, Citing Fuel Costs; Biden’s Pick for Treasury Post, Wants Coal, Oil and Gas Industries ‘to go bankrupt’

Biden Admin Plans To Make Gas Even More Expensive Because You’re Not Poor Enough Yet:
“Did you ever think you’d be paying this much for a gallon of gas?”
That’s apparently what Joe Biden wants to know, while he and the rest of his administration do their best to make sure you’re paying even more every time you fill up the tank.
Biden’s latest play is a plan to block oil and gas drilling within 10 miles of New Mexico’s Chaco Canyon, citing the canyon’s cultural significance for local American Indian groups. Chaco Canyon National Historic Park is roughly 30,000 acres.
But banning oil and gas leases near Chaco Canyon is only the most recent in a long list of moves by the Biden administration that will hurt you at the pump.
Targeting American Pipelines
On his first day in the White House, Biden pulled the permit for the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, leading to the project’s termination in June. Meanwhile, Biden green-lighted the Russian Nord Stream 2 pipeline, a project of Putin-affiliated Matthias Warnig.
Earlier this month, Biden’s Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre signaled that the administration was preparing to target another pipeline: Michigan’s Line 5. --->READ MORE HERE
AP Photo/David Zalubowski
GasBuddy survey: Only 32% plan to drive on Thanksgiving, citing fuel costs:
Fewer Americans plan to drive somewhere for Thanksgiving this year than last year at the height of COVID-19 shutdowns and closures, according to price-tracking website GasBuddy.com.
Only 32% of Americans plan to hit the road for turkey gorging this year compared to 35% last year, when virus caseloads were nearly twice as high and gas cost $2.11 per gallon, according to a GasBuddy survey.
Gas is projected to cost $3.35 per gallon this year on Thanksgiving Day, on average, due to tight supply as the global economy struggles to shake off the pandemic doldrums, the website said. --->READ MORE HERE
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