'This Is About The Liberal World Order': Biden NEC Director Slips, Says The Quiet Part Out Loud
Biden’s Director of National Economic Council (NEC), Brian Deese screwed up and accidentally slipped on the liberal's bigger agenda. World domination. That's not an over-dramatization of what was said. Deese proudly claimed that the gas prices are to help “the future of the liberal world order.”
CNN reporter Victor Blackwell noted that military analysts and the Director of National Intelligence have predicted that the war in Ukraine could last for years.
“I think everybody understands why this is happening but is it sustainable? What do you say to those families who say, listen, we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years,” Blackwell asked Deese.
“What we heard from the president today was about the stakes,” Deese replied. “This is about the future of the liberal world order and we have to stand firm. But at the same time what I’d say to that family, to Americans across the country is, you have a present administration that is going to do everything in its power to blunt those price increases and bring those prices down.”
Previously Biden has lashed out blaming Russian President Vladimir Putin for the gas prices. Now he's taking aim at American energy companies.“At a time of war,” Biden wrote in an open letter to the industry on June 15, “high refinery profit margins being passed directly onto American families are not acceptable… companies must take immediate actions to increase the supply of gasoline, diesel, and other refined product.”
Biden argues that the amount per barrel has gone down but that the gas prices have not dropped. When argued out by economists it totals out to be just less than $4 a gallon but that's crude, unrefined oil and it doesn't reflect processing and shipping the product to stations.
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
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The national average price of gas sank to $4.779 on Wednesday, marking the 22nd straight day of declines, according to AAA data.
The streak marked the longest consecutive string of price declines since April 2020, when the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic strangled demand at the pump—coincidence?
“For the time being, Americans are spending nearly $100 million per day less on gasoline than when prices peaked a few weeks ago, and that’s well-needed relief at a time when gas prices remain near records,” said Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis at GasBuddy.
The national average had hit an all-time high of $5.016 per gallon on June 14. These are all statistics online. Let us know what gas is where you are. If you would, please drop your state and current gas price in the comments below. Inquiring minds want to know.