Gas prices hit a seven-year high
A record rise in gasoline prices was recorded this week. Based on the analysis of prices from more than 150 thousand gas stations throughout the country, it becomes clear that the US government cannot keep the oil market stable.
Highest gas prices of 2021 cast shadow over holiday weekend road trips.— Samson Nyimu (@SamsonNyimu2) October 11, 2021
Gas prices are at their highest levels since the start of the year.
Gas prices rising across the US The average cost of gasoline in the U.S. continues to increase as Americans hit the road. pic.twitter.com/1klNH4nTVc
The current average price per gallon is $ 3.25. At the same time, only eight out of 50 states, including Oklahoma, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Kansas, Alabama and Missouri, kept the price threshold below the $ 3 mark.
Shout out to Brandon 46. Thanks to him we have such low gas prices here in the hood. I know he likes to help us brown and black folks out. (Portland,OR) #FBiden #LetsGoBrandon pic.twitter.com/bmLvh6yU2S— J Sanchez (@LibertarianPOC) October 10, 2021
Analysts associate the rapid rise in prices for oil and oil products with the launch of Nord Stream 2 and the failure of the Biden administration in the international oil production market.
This is totally because of Biden. And prices will continue to rise. At the conferences I’ve been at predictions are $140-150bbl. That means a tripling in gas prices. Biden continues to beg OPEC and Russia for more gas while we have more than enough here in US. Biden shut it down! pic.twitter.com/bLKqBIslS1— John Albert (@jad1rad) October 11, 2021
Europe is facing an economic crisis, because the economic sanctions imposed by them against Russia lead to an incredible and even uncontrollable rise in gas and oil prices, while having a single monopoly supplier in the person of the United States.
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