Senate Dems Are In Midterm Chaos After Biden Throws Them Under The Bus

Senate Democrats are growing impatient with Joe Biden after he threw them under the bus.

Multiple reports have highlighted that Democrats in the Senate are furious as Biden continues to make huge mistakes and destroy the US economy.

Democrat leaders like Senator Dick Durbin are so disgusted they are actually telling the truth.

Durbin was asked by reporters what he thought about Republicans attacking Biden for high oil prices after demanding the USA ban Russian oil imports.

“Well of course they’ll use any tool in the toolbox and one of them is to hold us accountable for any increase in cost of living,” Sen. Dick Durbin (Ill.), the No. 2 Senate Democrat said.

Biden’s comments claiming he “can’t do much right now” about gas prices ticked off the country and Democrats are trying to stop the bleeding before the election season ramps up.

Democrat Senator Tim Kaine (D-Va) said that during an upcoming Senate Democratic retreat “we’re going to be having a long talk …. about gas prices.”

The other issue is that Democrats can’t agree on what to do.

Some Senators want to suspend the $0.18 federal gas tax until prices go down, blue dog Democrats want to increase oil production, and others want to keep browbeating oil companies.

Biden believes that the increases are temporary but prices had already climbed to record highs before the invasion.

“I expect our Democratic friends will now try to blame the entire increase in prices on our efforts to punish Russia. But don’t be fooled,” said Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). “This was more than a year in the making.”

Never forget the Brandon administration was scoffing at Americans during the holidays when gas was hitting $3 a gallon.

 

Forecasters (real ones, not ones that work for Biden) warn that crude oil prices dropping under $100 a barrel is a lull and not to expect prices to stay down.

It wouldn’t be a surprise for Biden to take an early victory lap before the real consequences of his policies inflict their damage on the American people.

The Hill