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Tuesday May 24, 2022

Democrats reject new oil production project – call for $ 300 check per month

Gas prices are at an all-time high under the failed leadership of Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi.

The average price of one gallon of regular petrol today $ 4.24 per gallon.

Gas prices have doubled since the 2020 election.
President Trump has made America an energy exporter. Joe Biden closed the Keystone Pipeline on the first day, closing millions of acres of gas and oil exploration and development. China, Russia, Venezuela and Iran were extremely satisfied with Joe Biden’s energy plan.

Now Democrats are hoping to buy voters with নিজস্ব 300 a month from their own money to pay for their record gas. How cruel.

That’s how Democrats solve every problem – bribing you with your own money.

The Daily Mail reports:

As gas prices rise across the United States, lawmakers are making a string of proposals to help motorists – from a $ 400 rebate for all California taxpayers to a windfall tax on oil companies or a sliding scale of payments that could net households up to 300. Every month.

The average price of a gallon exceeds $ 4 per gallon between domestic inflation and the effects of Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine.

This week, the average price of a gallon of regular gas in Los Angeles hit a record $ 6,011, even as the national average continued to decline slightly from its all-time high earlier this month, according to the AAA Gas Price Index.

An opinion poll released Wednesday found that nearly three-quarters of voters were in favor of a federal energy tax cut to reduce the burden.

And lawmakers across the country are pushing for legislation to reduce pump prices.

Mike Thompson of California, John Larson of Connecticut, and Lauren Underwood of Illinois – a new bill proposed by three Democrats – could cost পরিবারের 300 a month for some families if a gallon costs more than $ 4.

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