Biden continues to blame everyone for the gas crisis… except for himself.
Instead of reopening American drilling, Biden will be going to Saudi Arabia to beg for more oil.
But the President of France pulled him aside, in front of the cameras, to give him the bad news.
From The Western Journal:
Macron spoke to Biden Monday at the G7 summit in an informal interaction that was widely shared on video…
“I had a call with MbZ,” Macron said…
“He told me two things,” Macron said. “One, I’m at a maximum, maximum … This is what he claims.”
“Second, the Saudis can increase a little bit, by 150 [thousands barrels per day] or a little bit more, but they don’t have huge capacities at least before six months’ time,” he said, according to Newsweek.
President Macron told Joe Biden that he spoke with the Saudis. And he was told they were “at a maximum.”
Meaning, that they cannot pump more oil at this time. There is little chance they can supply more oil, in light of the current crisis.
Even though the French president went out of his way to tell Joe, stopping him in his tracks, Biden didn’t seem to be even paying attention.
Viewers online noted how Biden stared blankly into the distance as Macron spoke. He seemed more interested in getting to his next meeting, than paying attention to this bombshell news.
The only reason (we are told) Biden is going to Saudi Arabia, is to beg them to pump more oil.
But if the Saudis have already said they are not able to, Biden’s trip is defeated before he even goes.
Not too surprising. If the Saudis are unwilling to pump more oil, then there is only one solution.
The United States needs to start producing more oil again.
Are we sure MbZ told Macron the truth? Not really. Are we sure this means the Saudis won’t produce more oil? Absolutely.
They have no incentive to pump more oil to help us out and reduce the current price. If Biden wants to lower prices to help his country, then he needs to find solutions within his own country.
But Biden and his goons are too stubborn to admit their “green” policies were wrong.