‘Hey Putin, we’re sending you a bill!’ hopeless liberal shouts.
Misguided video emblematic of how liberals will unquestioningly accept whatever excuse the White House devises.
An unhinged man filmed himself going ape over high gas prices – but instead of rightfully placing the blame on the Biden administration’s bad policies, he blamed Vladimir Putin.
“Look at the price of gas now!” the man says heading over to a gas station sign, which shows prices above $7 a gallon.
😂😂😂 👉🤡 https://t.co/qYJfxWuBYY— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) March 14, 2022
“It’s $7.55 a gallon!” he shouts hysterically.
“Hey Putin, we’re sending you a bill!” he says.
The man’s misguided video is emblematic of how liberals will unquestioningly accept whatever excuse the White House devises.
For the most part, the Biden administration has been trying to ignore the massive surge in fuel costs, with Biden last week basically dismissing reporters, commenting, “It’s going to go up. Can’t do much right now. Russia is responsible.”
A question from a reporter in Romania last week about high US gas prices also went unanswered by VP Kamala Harris, who pivoted to the war in Ukraine.
The administration’s attempt to deflect the blame away from Biden was highlighted last week by Fox News reporter Peter Doocey, who pointed out to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki that gas prices have been steadily rising since Biden took office.
Days after the exchange, the White House dispatched Psaki to formulate a social media campaign also blaming high gas prices on Putin.
Literal gas-lighting https://t.co/2xhCg7ewwT— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) March 10, 2022
Despite pointing the finger at Russia, most Americans remember gas prices began rising after Biden killed the Keystone XL pipeline, halted new oil and gas drilling, rejoined the Paris Climate Accord, and announced a crackdown on coal power plants without turning to other American energy producers to shore up the demand – essentially eviscerating the energy sector and placing America at the whims of foreign adversaries with vast oil stores.