Joe Biden’s Climate Envoy John Kerry hosted a discussion with USC Center for Public Diplomacy this weekend and said we don’t need to drill for more oil or gas in America.
Kerry made his remarks after gas prices have soared to record highs. The gas of gasoline reached the highest it’s ever been all month with a national average above $5, says AAA.
Instead of seeking to produce more oil, the Biden administration is planning a trip mid-July to ask the Saudi Arabian Kingdom to produce more oil. Does that make sense? We’ve locked up our ability to produce at home – while at the same time asking a foreign government for a favor to lower the price of gas.
By 2035, the US would “only be producing electric vehicles,” said Kerry at a later point. The former Presidential nominee is adamant about green tech. Watch.
John Kerry previously told workers in January of 2021, who were losing their jobs because of the Biden war on energy, that folks who have “seen an end to their livelihoods” could make solar panels.
“What President Biden wants to do is make sure that those folks have better choices… That they can be the people to go to work to make the solar panels,” said Kerry at the time.
Biden signed executive orders aimed at reaching net-zero emissions by 2050 and signed separate orders cancelling the Keystone XL Pipeline in January of 2021.
It’s becoming more and more obvious that the Biden administration can fix the gas price crisis, but is choosing not to. That should make people wonder why. He is going to visit the Saudi Arabians in July and ask them to help him lower the price of oil instead of producing it here in the US. Why do you think that is?