Mr. Chamberlain comes to the White House

March 12, 2022
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On September 30, 1938 British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain stood in front of his official residence at 10 Downing Street and said:

“My good friends, for the second time in our history, a British Prime Minister has returned from Germany bringing peace with honor.
I believe it is peace for our time…
Go home and get a nice quiet sleep.”

Eleven months later Adolf Hitler staged a false flag operation on a German radio station, sent his tanks and planes across the Polish frontier and World War II was upon the world.

Such is the danger when world leaders turn blind eyes to the realities in front of them.

January 20, 2021 Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. becomes the 46th President of the United States.

After campaigning under his own “false flag” of the moderate who would unify the nation he embarks on the most divisive policy path in modern American history.

Cancelling the Keystone pipeline and throwing thousands out of work in the middle of a pandemic before the sun had even set on his first day in office was only the beginning.

From permits, to leasing, to agency nominees and appointments the hostility against the millions of Americans who work in and are supported by our oil and gas companies is palpable.

While Mr. Biden spent his first year reversing everything Trump, Vladimir Putin watched as one by one, the foreign policy and national security staffers of the Obama administration were installed into positions within the current.

The very same fools who inked their own Chamberlain farce with the terrorists of Iran were coming back in full force and once again they would be looking to Russia for help.

He watched in July and August as Mr. Biden doubled down on the disaster that was his Afghanistan bug out.

Day after day he observed U.S. policy, foreign and domestic, stray further from reality and sink deeper into left-wing ideology.

He noticed that though he had started massing forces on Ukraine’s border in April 2021, the year came and went without consequence with the United States still turning a deaf ear to President Zelenskyy’s pleas for air and missile defense systems and critical communications equipment.

Putin realized that if there was ever a time to make his move, that time was now.  And so, he has.

Yet even with the horrors of Putin’s evil streaming 24/7 around the globe, President Biden still refuses to address his own administration’s role in removing dollars from American pockets and padding Putin’s.

While Mr. Biden did announce Tuesday that the U.S. would finally ban Russian oil and gas imports, in that same appearance he had the gall to stand before the American people and state without blinking a squinted eye:

Look, let me be clear about two other points.  First, it’s simply not true that my administration or policies are holding back domestic energy production.  That’s simply not true. 

Even amid the pandemic, companies in the United States pumped more oil during my first year in office than they did during my predecessor’s first year.

Considering Obama restrictions were still in place during Trump’s first year Biden’s comparison is irrelevant.  What is relevant is that according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration the national average price for regular gas in January 2021 was $2.42 a gallon while one year later that same gallon increased 41% to $3.41.

Economics 101 Joe:  Restricting your own supply in the face of increasing demand will get you a higher price every single time.  Can’t blame that one on Russia.

Later that afternoon Mr. Biden stood on the tarmac at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base in Fort Worth, Texas, and doubled down on his Presidential gaslighting:

Reporter:  Do you have a message for the American people on gas prices?

Biden:  They’re going to go up

Reporter:  What are you going to do about it?

Biden:  Can’t do much right now, Russia is responsible.

It gets worse.

So desperate is Mr. Biden for a new Iran Deal that despite Russia’s assault on humanity the administration is remaining at the negotiating table where Russia and China are the key brokers.

Better to give Iran nukes and get their oil than let Americans get paid for pumping our own.

And there’s even reports of re-starting oil imports from Venezuela.

Note to Joe:  When your entire strategy to lower fuel prices at home is to play Dial the Dictators  abroad you’ve already lost.

America is the only nation on Earth that can lead this world away from dependence on fossil fuels from terrorist nations today and to a cleaner climate for all tomorrow.

We have the reserves, we have the technology, we have the people.

Unfortunately, we have a Chamberlain, not a Churchill sitting in the Oval Office.

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