Biden’s administration just mocked Americans who can’t get gas with a statement you won’t believe

Joe Biden’s White House has blamed gas shortages on a cyberattack.

But there is a lot of evidence showing that it could be entirely his fault.

And Biden’s administration just mocked Americans who can’t get gas with a statement you won’t believe.

Joe Biden’s administration is paying Americans not to work, which is devaluing the currency and making it more difficult to transport needed goods.

So when Biden blames gas shortages on a cyber attack, one should truly question his motives in doing so.

One of the first things Biden did when he got into office was ban oil fracking, which is stripping America from its energy independence.

And that may be entirely by design.

Following the gas shortages that rocked the southeast, Biden’s Secretary of the Department of Energy Jennifer Granholm responded to those concerned by gas shortages by mockingly stating that if they were driving electric cars it wouldn’t affect them.

“I just have a question for each of you. I’ll start with you, Secretary Granholm, because ladies first,” a reporter asked. “Obviously, we have the acute issues with the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack. But looking more holistically in a macro view, how does this speed up the efforts at DOE to move in more of a renewable direction since this is going to have an impact on people at the pump?”

“Yeah, I mean, we obviously are ‘all in’ on making sure that we meet the President’s goals of getting to 100 percent clean electricity by 2035 and net-zero carbon emissions by 2050,” Granholm said. “And, you know, if you drive an electric car, this would not be affecting you, clearly.”

This response shows just how out of touch the Biden Administration is with everyday Americans.

Americans who actually work generally rely on gas in order to get to work.

Mocking them by simply telling them to get an electric car is nothing more than an attempt to demean everyday Americans.

Not only that, but electric cars are not something available to most everyday Americans.

They have a high upfront cost, and are not a viable option for those who need to drive far distances, especially in rural areas that may not have readily available electric car chargers.

But Granholm, who is a millionaire, has likely never thought of these problems faced by everyday Americans that she seems to have so much scorn for.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.