Joe Biden: A Tale of Two Pipelines and Democrat Corruption

On his first day as president, Joe Biden cancelled the Keystone pipeline, ostensibly to curb the use of fossil fuels, a figurative bone he tossed to his radical leftist environmentalists. But, only four months into his presidency, Biden waived sanctions against the company overseeing the construction of Russia’s Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline to Germany, despite bipartisan opposition in Congress and appeals from Eastern European governments.

Russian hydrocarbons produce carbon-dioxide of the same molecular construct as the Canadian hydrocarbons. Biden obviously was not concerned about anthropogenic—man caused—climate change when he approved the Russian pipeline.

You may soon forget my words but you should be mindful of the two decisions by President Biden. The rising price of gasoline and diesel, compounded by Biden-induced hyperinflation, will not be forgotten each time you refuel your vehicle.

Democrat voters got what they wanted and are realizing they don’t want what they got.

By the way, successful businessman Donald J. Trump recently predicted six-dollar and seven-dollar a gallon gas coming to a service station near you.

John White
Rockwall, Texas

Published by John White

A lifetime (over 50 years) of experiences with automation and control systems ranging from aerospace navigation, radar, and ordinance delivery systems to the world's first robotic drilling machine for the oil patch, to process-control systems, energy management systems and general problem-solving. At present, my focus is on self-funding HVAC retrofit projects and indoor air quality with a view to preventing infections from airborne pathogens.

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