President Joe Biden’s administration is attempting to persuade the public that “Putin’s price rise” is to blame for rising inflation and petrol costs, according to Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson. “Is Putin’s price increase justified?” So, I guess the issue is, how much of this nonsense do they think we’ll believe? You’d have to be a stupid to believe it’s because of Putin’s price raise. “Our central bank has effectively devalued the currency, and they’ve been doing it for well over a decade,” Carlson stated.
President Biden and many on the left, including the majority of the mainstream media, have argued for several weeks that sky-high gas prices are primarily attributable to Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. In reality, the Biden administration, in collaboration with the legacy media, invented the term “Putin’s Price Hike” to persuade Americans that the reason gas prices are reaching all-time highs is due only to Russia’s incursion into Ukraine.
“You recall Joe Biden’s State of the Union address last month, when he pledged to do to Vladimir Putin what he did to Corn Pop, namely, beat him with a chain, wreck the Russian economy, and collapse the currency,” he said. “It would have been lovely if Biden had declared, ‘I’m going to get Russian forces out of Ukraine,’ and everyone would have applauded, including us.’ But he is unable to do so. So instead, he’ll ruin Russia’s economy, which he won’t be able to achieve. He went on to say, “It turns out the Russian economy is built on commodities, not finance, and it’s nothing like our economy.”
However, when one puts aside the talking points and examines the data, it is clear that prices at the pump began increasing well before Vladimir Putin began amassing troops on the Ukrainian border. Moreover, it is becoming abundantly clear that the real driver of America’s rising prices at the pump has little to do with Putin’s war in Ukraine but much to do with Biden’s war on American energy production.
It would be foolish of us to forget that throughout his 2020 presidential campaign, Biden stated multiple times that he would reduce domestic fossil fuel output. “We are going to get rid of fossil fuels,” Biden said on the campaign trail in February 2020. On January 20, 2021, Biden took office and immediately began enacting his campaign pledges to limit US energy output. He canceled the Keystone XL project on day one, which would have delivered 900,000 barrels of oil from Canada to Texas and Louisiana refineries.
“Because Biden had never worked in a real job before, he didn’t understand the difference.” On the other side, the ruble looks to have rebounded. It’s now far more valuable than it was on the day Russia invaded Ukraine. The economic condition in the United States, on the other hand, is fast deteriorating. “Here’s Joe Biden’s press secretary stating today that inflation is on the rise, and Vladimir Putin is to blame,” Carlson continued.
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“Biden didn’t grasp the difference because he had never worked in a real job before.” The ruble, on the other hand, appears to have recovered. It’s now worth a lot more than it was when Russia invaded Ukraine. On the other hand, the economic situation in the United States is rapidly deteriorating. “Here’s Joe Biden’s press secretary today saying that inflation is up and Vladimir Putin is to blame,” Carlson added.
Carlson stated earlier this month that Biden should be removed from office. The host of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” suggested that it’s time to use the 25th Amendment and remove Biden from office after the president made a series of statements regarding Russia, Ukraine, and Russian President Vladimir Putin that the White House has now walked back.
“The prank is finished,” says the narrator. There is really too much at risk. If there was ever a moment — if there was ever a time in US history — to activate the 25th Amendment, it is now. “For God’s sake, this man cannot continue in power.’ For all of our sakes,” Carlson added, quoting Joe Biden.
“Uncontrollable outbursts of rage are prevalent among the elderly, especially among men, and they frequently follow senility.” It is a terribly frustrating experience to lose it, and your heart goes out to anyone who is going through it. We sympathize with anyone in that situation, including Joe Biden, but Biden is the president of the United States, and this is the most turbulent time in our country’s recent history,” Biden remarked.
“Biden is leading the U.S. toward war, and so it’s fair to assess the effect on the rest of us of his mental and emotional conditions, not simply about age, Biden is 79. Biden is clearly unable to speak with precision. And when you’re president of the United States and the world hangs on your every word, when your words constitute,” he said.
“American policy, when you can change American policy, particularly America’s foreign policy simply by saying so, it is essential that you speak the words you intend to speak, that you not get carried away because you’re mad and say something you don’t mean that might threaten the long-term interests of this country, threaten the families and the children of the rest of us and our future, but he is,” he said.