Biden told climate activists Sunday he would not allow any more drilling in the U.S. days after complaining oil companies aren’t drilling enough. During a campaign stop for Governor Kathy Hochul, he mentioned to crowds that he would not allow any more drilling in the United States, and was working on slowing or stopping offshore drilling sites, which occurred before he was president. Though only days ago on a campaign trip in New Mexico Biden mentioned that oil companies were not drilling enough which was what was keeping gas prices high.
Biden: “No more drilling. There is no more drilling. I haven’t formed any new drilling.” pic.twitter.com/8jS5YaxOyT
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What is it going to be Biden?
Clearly, and as seen in many of his recent campaign speeches this season, Biden flips and flops taking whatever side will make the crowds happy.
Though activists at Sunday’s rally for Hochul didn’t seem very impressed with Biden’s attempts at fooling the audience. Not taking the bait, as they pushed him on specific sites in the Antarctic and off the Gulf of Mexico.
Biden’s speech was interrupted multiple times, even resulting in some audience members being escorted out of the audience.
Though in the race between Democratic Hochul and Republican Lee Zeldin, Zeldin has seen a steady increase in polls as may fear the crime rates in New York.
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