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Energy prices are sky high.

The price per gallon is still high, and electric bills are climbing. Ahead of Biden’s green energy announcement White House is alluding that there is a severe crisis headed our way, except for this time, they don’t care.

The northern portion of the United States is just a few months away from temperatures dropping, and the Biden administration admits Americans may not be able to heat their homes. In a segment on CNBC, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg was asked precisely about his, and his response shows the Biden administration does not care about what will happen.

The administration is now coming out and admitting that what they are doing is intentional, and they will crush the oil and gas industry despite the international energy crisis.

Meanwhile, members of the Biden administration are using their personal jets.

Biden was expected to declare an emergency so he could use special powers (like they did during COVID) however, he backed off.

The Washington Post reported that Biden may still declare an emergency:

Biden does not plan to declare a climate emergency when he delivers a speech Wednesday in Somerset, Mass., the White House later confirmed, acknowledging it has not ruled out issuing such a declaration at another time. But those familiar with the president’s thinking said that other executive action may be imminent. Administration officials have emphasized in recent days that all options are on the table as Biden seeks to meet his ambitious climate goals.

The internal scramble reflected the political bind facing Democrats, who took power in Washington 1½ years ago and set about trying to use their rare majorities to enact historic climate-related investments.

Speaking later Tuesday, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre told reporters that the president would not use the address to invoke a national climate emergency. She declined to say why Biden decided against doing so now, and she acknowledged the option remains on the table.

Some climate activists have urged the White House in recent months to deploy an emergency declaration to maximum effect, arguing that it would allow the president to halt crude oil exports, limit oil and gas drilling in federal waters, and direct agencies including the Federal Emergency Management Agency to boost renewable-energy sources.

Biden’s approval ratings are already headed to the upper 20s, if he goes through with these policies by the time the 2024 election comes around, a Democrat won’t be able to get elected to dogcatcher.

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