Kilmeade Snapped On Bidenomics: It's Time We 'Go Back To Trump-Level' Gas And Oil
Fox News host Brian Kilmeade snapped at Biden's crap economic (Bidenomics) and his failure to control the energy crisis without involving America's enemies. Biden has pushed making deals with foreign countries just to avoid domestic drilling—It's madness. Kilmeade said, "You would think it would be time for the president to go back to Trump-level production when it comes to oil and gas."
His segment began with Kilmeade outlining the current issues we now face, "It's somewhat of a panic time at the White House. OPEC+ shocks the free world with a sudden production cut that will certainly mean using more of your hard-earned cash to keep the heat on at home and higher gas prices for your vehicle. Not good on both counts. You would think it would be time for the president to go back to Trump-level production when it comes to oil and gas, pulling a historic 10 million barrels a day of oil per day. Open up federal lands perhaps, cut away the bureaucracy, and drill and frack our way back to energy independence. But he’s not. So, what’s the real agenda? Make no mistake, the president is helping Democrats' interests, not American interests."
Later in the segment, he snapped, "Not to drill offshore or onshore, not to give new leases, and that choice to go green. Green's not ready. The administration's making that choice. Biden's choices to run to two enemy nations in the short term for natural fossil fuels. He's got to deal with Iran, for example, if they choose that choice. Their million barrels of oil a day on the world market would bring global prices down. The ruthless country would rather kill every one of their citizens than give them all human rights."
Biden has been a no-so-silent war with American oil companies and 'the big guy' isn not winning. American energy companies mocked Biden over the OPEC cartel’s surprise decision to slash oil production — and said his only option was an immediate about-face on domestic drilling. “Life comes at you pretty fast…” the US Oil & Gas Association jeered in a series of blistering tweets.
The industry group also invoked the president’s controversial fist bump with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman during a trip to the repressive kingdom in July, saying, “Seems like just yesterday the President was meeting with the Saudis…”
“The [White House] has one option left and it is the one option they should have never turned away from in the first place – the US based oil and gas industry,” it said.