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K.T. McFarland noted how the Biden administration’s energy policies benefit Russia by driving up the price of oil in an interview on Friday’s edition of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with special guest host Joel Pollak.

Since the inauguration of Joe Biden, the price of crude oil has risen 25 percent, from $53.24 per barrel to $70.91 as of this article’s publication.

“Russia is a gas station with a flag,” McFarland said. “Russia needs high energy prices — that’s its only export — and so by pushing the world price of oil down … and by making the United States the world’s major energy source, we were in a great position, but [Joe Biden] has reversed all of that.”

Under former President Donald Trump’s tenure, the U.S. became a net exporter of oil and natural gas. September 2019 marked the first month U.S. exports of crude oil and petroleum products exceeded imports since 1949.

McFarland highlighted America’s securing of energy independence in the oil and natural gas industries “because of the fracking industry.”

The price of oil is a geopolitical matter, McFarland noted, highlighting the centrality of oil exports to Iran’s and Russia’s economies. “[U.S. energy independence] is great for our economy [and is] particularly good because it put our adversaries —  Russia and Iran — in a bad place.”

Economist Stephen Moore warned that the Biden administration’s energy policies, ostensibly pushed to combat “climate change,” will erase American energy independence and prevent the development of multitrillion-dollar domestic resources.

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( June 14th, 2021 @ 7:44 pm )
In addition to gas prices, Biden is deliberately trying to drastically raise our electric rates. He is attacking coal and gas, two of the most efficient and economical sources of electricity, and at the same time wanting to massively subsidize the construction of the most expensive, offshore wind. Biden wants to pay developers, mostly foreign owned, half the cost of building these red herrings, then force American consumers to buy their product, whose cost is running three to four times what conventional electricity costs. Other drawbacks of offshore wind are destroying marine eco-systems, devastating sea bird populations, creating new vulnerabilities to hurricanes for our electric grid, destroying fishing grounds for our commercial fishermen, and threatening endangered species. Beijing Biden is working against American interests.

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