Thanks, Joe Biden!

Mike Wirth, the CEO of Chevron oil, appeared on Fox Business the other day, and claimed America could see a barrel of oil costing $100 if not more.

Chevron CEO Mike Wirth says the prospect of oil hitting $100 per barrel is not out of the realm of possibility in the coming months, pointing to recent markets trends and global uncertainty.

Wirth appeared on FOX Business’ “The Claman Countdown” on Friday, where host Liz Claman noted, “Oil hit $90 a barrel earlier this week, and you look at Wall Street’s $100 a barrel forecast by this summer, that suddenly doesn’t look so lofty.”

A year ago, America was energy independent. No longer. F**k Joe Biden did that!

International benchmark Brent crude hit $90 on Wednesday. On Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Morgan Stanley analysts had lifted their summer forecast for Brent to $100, and so did Goldman Sachs. Bank of America predicted it will hit $120 by July.

Just think, a few months ago we were all screaming about $4 and $5 for a gallon of gas. Imagine what the prices will look like in the dead of summer.

9 thoughts on “Thanks, Joe Biden!

  1. We can’t wait until midterms to open this country back up. Use our own oil and put our people back to work. Finish building the pipeline and we can be independent again.


  2. I expect Psaki will giggle about this as well if asked. My expectations for this administration were low, but damn…


      1. He not only did nothing to alleviate the tensions in the south, but he effectively guaranteed a civil war. Buchanan refused to stop secession, he also failed to prepare the North army for what was about to come. Most historians solely blame his incompetence for starting the civil war.


  3. Time to get a few new gas cans and stock up I saw prices jump at some stations 20 cents in a day in the AM it was 3.05 going home it was 3.25


  4. It makes fracking profitable. And the sites my elderly mother owns the oil rights on, start looking great again…So, I can bitch..


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