US President Joe Biden has lost touch with reality as he called the fuel collapse a “boon” for Americans, Congresswoman Beth Van Dyne said.
On Monday, during a joint press conference with Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, the head of the White House said that the world is going through an “incredible transition” due to soaring gas and oil prices. In his opinion, with the end of the energy crisis, the planet “will become stronger” and “will be less dependent on fossil fuels.”
“The current administration is out of touch with reality. Americans can’t afford $60,000 electric cars. They need cheap gas,” Van Dyne tweeted in response to Biden’s statement.
In the US, for several months now, there has been a steady increase in energy costs. Thus, the price of gasoline today exceeds 4.5 dollars per gallon, while a year ago this figure was at the level of three dollars. Attempts by the current government to resist the rise in the cost of raw materials did not bring tangible results