Biden Sends Threat-Letters To Big Oil: Help Ease “Putin Price Hike” Or Face Our Tools

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President Biden intensified attacks against the nation’s largest oil companies, writing an “angry” letter to the heads of ExxonMobil, Chevron, BP America, Shell USA, Phillips 66, Marathon, and Valero to boost US refinery output, according to Axios.

“I understand that many factors contributed to the business decisions to reduce refinery capacity, which occurred before I took office,” Biden writes in hopes that everyone is an idiot and incapable of grasping how how green policies have crippled the US energy sector, adding, “at a time of war, refinery profit margins well above normal being passed directly onto American families are not acceptable.”

“My administration is prepared to use all reasonable and appropriate federal government tools and emergency authorities to increase refinery capacity and output in the near term, and to ensure that every region of this country is appropriately supplied,” the president escalated for dramatic effect.

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Biden, always happy to blame other but never himself, ended the letter by also scapegoating Putin – not just energy companies – for “driving up costs for consumers.”

Vladimir Putin’s Price Hike and are driving up costs for consumers. I appreciate your immediate attention to this issue and your efforts to mitigate the economic challenges that Viadimir Putin’s actions have created for American families.”

In effect, Biden is blaming energy companies for his own failures as a president, and not only that – he is also going to beg and grovel in Saudi Arabia while bashing his own domestic producers.

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