It’s not a secret at this point in his presidency that Joe Biden isn’t exactly the savior of America that his party said we needed, as he and his administration have failed on virtually every issues it has faced.
But according to The Daily Wire, Biden’s recent remarks regarding the skyrocket gas prices crisis seemed to drive home the fact that he’s completely incompetent, as he actually admitted during a CNN town hall event on Thursday that he hasn’t the slightest clue of how to fix the issue.
In virtually every U.S. state, gas prices have risen back to historic highs — much like what happened under former President Barack Obama’s time in the White House. Thankfully, CNN’s Anderson Cooper drummed up the courage to ask him about it.
“My guess is you’ll start to see gas prices come down as we get by — going into the winter — I mean, excuse me, into next year, in 2022,” Biden said.
The somewhat-confused president added: “I don’t see anything that’s going to happen in the meantime that’s going to significantly reduce gas prices.”
Biden on soaring gas prices:
“I don’t have a near term answer…It’s going to be hard.” pic.twitter.com/uaHAkSELCF
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) October 22, 2021
Biden’s response became ever confusing — and bizarre — when he seemed to drift into an entirely different subject, one regarding his $3.5 trillion spending plan he and Dems so desperately want to shove down America’s throat.
“There’s two things I could do: I could go in the petroleum reserve and take out and probably reluce [sic] — reduce the price of gas maybe 18 cents or so a gallon. It’s still going to be above three bucks. And one of the things that I refuse to have happen, because I didn’t want anybody — I made a commitment: If you pass the stuff I’m talking about, not — not one single penny in tax would go against anybody making less than 400 grand,” the 78-year-old president said.
That particular segment of the CNN town hall event was one of a long list that drew sharp criticism on social media, as Biden was all over the place, and didn’t seem able to deliver a clear message to the American people about the various crises we currently face as a nation.