Biden: ‘Here’s How You Beat High Gas Prices!’

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Is it really all that safe to let this man drive?

It’s a great trial for a nation to be governed by idiots, we’re finding out… the hard way.

So we’ve got inflation out the wazoo, gas prices soaring higher by the day–but never fear, SloJo is here! And he’s got the answer.

Ready? Are you sitting down? Drum roll, please. According to our fake president, you can beat those high gas prices by….. [trumpet fanare]

Buying an electric car!

Yowsah, yowsah! I knew it had to be something that simple. Earlier this month, SloJo visited a General Motors plant and test-drove one of their new electric cars. It’s a steal at $112,595! We will not say who’s stealing from whom.

Did we mention that actions taken purposefully by this government of idiots–notably shutting down the Keystone pipeline–have caused high gas prices?

How does he suppose the electricity for electric cars is generated? By magic? Oh, wait, I know–by windmills, of course. (Don Quixote knew that, too!) It’s a fact that fossil fuels are used to generate the electricity that will be stored in the cars’ batteries–but since when has any Democrat cared for facts? (That’s another thing about Don Quixote: his delusions messed up the lives of people all around him.)

So, if you’ve got $112 Gs lying around, collecting dust, why not rush out and buy one of these electric cars?

What do you want to bet Communist China is splitting the profits with the Biden crime family?

 

8 comments on “Biden: ‘Here’s How You Beat High Gas Prices!’

  1. Who has most of the earth elements for these batteries and who makes these batteries? You guessed it, China. An electric vehicle costs more per mile to drive than a gas-powered one. And batteries need to be replaced every 3-5 years, and guess how much they cost? Are you sitting down? Thousands of dollars – that’s every 3-5 years! Is there anything, anything bad that biden has done that he will not blame someone else for?

    1. Not to mention the strain on the electrical grid. They are barley able to meet demands as it is.

    2. And there’s no ecologically sound way to dispose of the used batteries. But tra la la….

  2. They know exactly what they are doing. The whole point is to push people to green energy. Electric cars will be the first push but eventually what they want is everyone using public transportation. It’s all about control and lowering our standard of living.

    1. Actually, what they really want is to keep people from being mobile at all. Even public transportation needs a lot of power and a lot of expensive imported materials to manufacture. Increase people’s mobility and you increase their freedom. Decrease the mobility, and you decrease the freedom.

      In fairness, some large urban centers had (and may still have) excellent public transportation. I grew up in NYC and never had or needed a car because the whole city was criss-crossed with buses and subways, except at the extreme outer edges of the boroughs. Many people I knew, including most of my family, never even learned to drive. But you need a very large and compact population to have such a system, and it costs a fortune to build and maintain.

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