Watch: Dems Audible Reaction To Snarky Response From Biden’s Energy Secretary To Senator Is Why They Are Going To Get Crushed In November
If you want to know what the Democrats think about Americans who are struggling to pay for food because of high diesel prices or struggling to get to work because of gas just watch the video below.
This needs to be a commercial for every Republican candidate running for office immediately.
During testimony before the Senate Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm was asked by Senator Marshall (R-Kansas), “The last time you filled your car up with gasoline, do you remember what the price was?”
“I drive an electric vehicle,” Granholm answered snarkily and the Democrats present laughed.
Nothing But Snark From The Biden Administration On Rising Gas Prices
Senator @RogerMarshallMD: “The last time you filled your car up with gasoline, do you remember what the price was?”
Secretary Of Energy Jennifer Granholm: “I drive an electric vehicle.”
Dems Laugh pic.twitter.com/M0e8zXcu6V
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) May 5, 2022
However, Granholm and her drones at the Department of Energy are going to have to redo their electric car numbers because energy companies are raising prices because of Bidenflation.
PPL Electric Utilities Company services a large portion of Pennsylvania and has notified their customers that due to Bideninflation electric bills will increase by at least $34 a month.
The rise in electric bills is about to happen around the country.
From the New York Times:
The national average residential electricity rate was up 8 percent in January from a year earlier, the biggest annual increase in more than a decade. The latest figures, from February, show an almost 4 percent annual rise, reaching the highest level for that month and approaching summer rates, which are generally the most expensive.
In Florida, Hawaii, Illinois and New York, rates are up about 15 percent, according to the Energy Department’s latest figures. Combined with a seasonal increase in the use of electricity as people turn on air-conditioners, the higher rates will leave many people paying a lot more for power this summer than they did last year.
The Times blames Russia for the increase in prices but then points out prices are electric bills are going to skyrocket with everything else.
In a couple of months, Joe Biden’s slogan of go “buy an electric car” is going to go up in smoke.