Murderous dictator or American energy?
President Biden is mulling easing sanctions on the murderous dictator Nicolás Maduro and his regime in Venezuela, after gas prices hit their highest level in more than a decade.
Of course, the world wouldn’t need Venezuelan oil, if Democrats hadn’t shut down the Keystone Pipeline and suspended oil and gas exploration.
All of which begs an important question: will Dan Kildee support Biden’s plan to ease sanctions on a murderous dictator who backed Putin’s invasion of Ukraine, or will he fight to expand American energy production?
“Dan Kildee stamped out American energy independence, boosted our reliance on foreign oil and now families are paying the price for it,” said CLF Press Secretary Cally Perkins. “Americans deserve to know if Kildee thinks we should get more oil from murderous dictators that backed Putin, or if we should expand American energy production here at home.”