Is Biden Loving High Gas Prices?

Candidate Biden Promised to ‘End Fossil Fuel’ Dale Hurd CBN News

Biden has made no secret of his goal to end the oil and gas industry. 

In one 2020 campaign appearance, Biden told a young supporter, “I want you to look at my eyes. I guarantee, I guarantee we’re gonna end fossil fuel.”

And during a 2020 debate with Donald Trump, Biden pledged, “No more subsidies for the fossil fuel industry. No more drilling on federal lands. No more drilling, including offshore. No ability for the oil industry to continue to drill, period.”

America Could Again Be Energy Independent If the White House Wanted It

And in just 14 months, America has gone from being energy independent under Donald Trump to a nation dependent on foreign oil, including Russian oil, even though the U.S. still has abundant energy resources.

“We have 250 years’ worth of natural gas,” says Economist Stephen Moore, “We have 500 years’ worth of coal. We have 150 years’ worth of oil. We’re not running out of it. We just need to drill for it, and that’s not happening right now.”

Energy analyst Ben Lieberman at the Competitive Enterprise Institute says, “Not everything that affects the price of gasoline is within a president’s control, but everything that is within President Biden’s control, he’s been doing wrong.”

Lieberman says, “There was also a major multi-agency effort on the part of the Biden Administration to discourage banks from lending to oil and gas companies. That’s important as well. (The oil and gas industry) can’t do these projects unless they can get the financing. And that’s something that the Biden administration has clamped down on.”

Despite White House rhetoric, critics say little is actually being done to bring down prices. Biden’s Transportation Secretary says if you don’t like high gas prices, you should buy a $60,000 electric car.

Victory in Wisconsin…

Posted by Kane on February 17, 2022 3:33 am

Wisconsin Elections Commission retracts ballot box guidance

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Elections Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to retract its guidance that allowed for multiple absentee ballot boxes and for people other than the voter to return absentee ballots, in compliance with a state Supreme Court order. The bipartisan commission met Wednesday morning, less than 12 hours after polls closed in the state’s spring primary Tuesday night.

The Supreme Court last week ruled that current guidance on drop boxes and delivering absentee ballots could remain in place only through Tuesday’s primary. It rejected the elections commission’s request to keep current guidance in place through the April 5 general election.

The elections commission voted to send all of the state’s 1,800-plus local election clerks a letter explaining to them absentee ballot drop boxes can no longer be placed outside of clerk’s offices.

The Supreme Court has yet to rule on the appeal of the Waukesha County circuit court’s ruling disallowing drop boxes. It may not issue its final ruling until after the April 5 election.

State law is silent on drop boxes, but the elections commission had told local election officials they could be placed at multiple locations. Hundreds of them were in place across the state in 2020.

Arizona Audit

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Dr. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai, M.I.T. PhD., and his team from Echomail, investigated the mail-in ballot envelopes for signature anomalies, including blank signatures and scribbles as well as partial signatures. They found that many blank signature boxes were approved by election officials which would be in violation of election standards and laws.

The most startling finding was something they did not expect in reviewing signatures. His team discovered 34,448 votes from those who voted more than once in the 2020 AZ general election. What this means is at least 17,224 votes were included in the results that should never have been accepted as valid, due to double, or in some cases triple, voting by the same voter. Keep in the mind the Biden margin of victory in Arizona was 10,457 votes.

The next independent auditor to present at the audit was Doug Logan, President of Cyber Ninjas, who was hired by the AZ State Senate to oversee the forensic audit at Veterans Memorial Coliseum located at the State Fairgrounds in Maricopa County. A highlight of his findings includes:

  • More than 255,000 early votes shown in the county final vote file lacked a corresponding entry in the early voting returns file.
  • More than 9,000 mail-in ballots were received and recorded than the official number of mail-in ballots sent out by the county.
  • A canvass showed over 3,400 more ballots were cast than recorded.
  • Precincts show 1,551 more ballots cast on election day than people who showed up to vote.
  • More than 23,000 voted by mail despite moving to Maricopa County after the October 5 cutoff date.
  • 2,382 voters cast votes in Maricopa County, in person, after moving out of the county.
  • More than 2,000 voters were given a full ballot instead of a presidential-only ballot because they moved out of Arizona within 29 days before the election in violation of election law.
  • Nearly 300 deceased voters may have voted in the election.
  • Nearly 2,500 ballots were shown in the early vote returns that do not have a voter listed as casting them.

Nevada GOP Censures Secretary of State for Ignoring Voter Fraud and Certifying the 2020 Election in the State

Joe Biden won Nevada in the 2020 election by 34,000 votes.  There was much more corruption included in these numbers than the winning margin.  Yesterday the Nevada Secretary of State was censored for her role in the state’s corrupt 2020 election results. The Palmeri Report noted last night: The Nevada GOP censured Nevada Secretary of…

Source: Nevada GOP Censures Secretary of State for Ignoring Voter Fraud and Certifying the 2020 Election in the State

Without Freedom Of Speech, What Is Going To Happen To America?By Prophecynewswatch.com

It is quite ironic that many of those that are always telling us that we need “diversity” in our society are also some of the strongest voices against a “diversity of viewpoints” on social media. The founders of this nation wanted to make sure that nobody would ever take the right to freedom of speech away from us, and that is why it was enshrined in the Bill of Rights.
Unfortunately, courts have greatly eroded that right over the last several decades, and now we are facing an all-out assault on freedom of speech that is unlike anything that we have ever seen before. And once freedom of speech is completely gone, all of our other rights will soon follow, because there will no longer be any way to defend them.
When the United States was established, government was really the only major threat to free speech. In early America, corporations were severely limited in size and scope, and that is because our founders were determined not to let them get too big or too powerful.

Our founders knew that enormous concentrations of money and power would be great threats to freedom, and that has definitely turned out to be the case.In the old days, if you wanted to express yourself you could grab a soapbox and head down to a local street corner. The reason why we use the term “marketplace of ideas” today is because people literally used to gather in marketplaces and town squares and exchange ideas with one another.
In our time, the Internet has become the place where we all gather to exchange ideas, but unfortunately control of all of the most important gathering spaces is in the hands of a very small group of colossal tech corporations.
When Facebook, Twitter and others were first growing, they generally allowed people to say pretty much what they wanted to say, and information flowed pretty freely.
But censorship has escalated dramatically over the past four years, and it reached a crescendo the other day when Twitter announced that it would be permanently suspending President Trump’s account.
How would our founders feel about that?

Desperate Times

We are living in desperate times. America is facing the very real prospect of a move towards socialism and a move toward far more governmental control in the year 2021. I bellowed and screamed at the top of my lungs how important this election was this year, and many people were asleep, especially many in the church. I see a very chaotic year regardless of who is finally determined to have won the election. Our desperationin America is enhanced by the fact that we are a nation that is split almost 50-50 down the middle about which direction we are to go. People I know have voted for Biden and will not hear of the fact that he is going to lead us towards socialism. In fact their only reason for voting for Biden was a vote against Donald Trump. They think Donald Trump is the antichrist and that he will destroy America. Regardless of who is finally determined to have won the election, we are in for perilous and destructive times. If Trump wins the riots ensue. If Biden wins we face lockdowns and mandated mask and vaccines.

Our division in America is enhanced by the fact that we are a nation that is split almost 50-50 down the middle about which direction we are to go. My fear is with the deep state entrenched in D.C., even if Trump wins we will be headed for destruction. We do not have but a handful In Congress who truly have the best for America in their heart and mind. Most are nothing more than hirelings waiting on the next bribe.

Brit Hume @brithume

From the article: “What is astonishing is that the media has refused to see what should be one of the biggest stories in decades. The Obama administration targeted the campaign of the opposing party based on false evidence.”

More willful blindness on a part of the main stream media by the Obama administration. Thehill.com

CIA Filed Crimes Report in Russia Leak Case: O’Brien

A crimes report was filed by the CIA with the Department of Justice over a leak, national security adviser Robert O’Brien said July 1.

Raw intelligence that suggested the Russians might be offering bounties to kill U.S. soldiers was leaked to The New York Times and other outlets.

Data from the DOJ shows the number of classified leaks surged since President Donald Trump took office, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said this week, from 39 per year on average to 104 on average.

“We have seen targeted leaks of classified information against this president, and it is irresponsible: phone calls with foreign leaders, meetings with government officials, and now reports of alleged intelligence. Make no mistake: This damages our ability, as a nation, to collect intelligence,” she said.

The leak makes difficult to verify or debunk the raw intelligence regarding Russia, O’Brien told reporters outside the White House on July 1.

“Some leaker took it upon themselves in an effort to attack the president, or to maybe promote some policy agenda, to leak allegations that now make it almost impossible for us to find out what happened,” O’Brien said.     Zachary Stieber — Epoch Times.