Dagen McDowell said that President Biden’s energy secretary Jennifer Granholm “took a chainsaw…to one of our most valuable industries…and…our global security” Friday on “The Five.”
Granholm laughed recently when asked about her plans to increase American oil production, saying “that is hilarious” and explaining that oil is a “global market” controlled by OPEC – which she said had decided not to increase oil production.
McDowell responded by saying that America “controlled price until you took chainsaw – you and your liberal nuts to one our most precious industries, and took chainsaw to global security. It gave power to countries that are hostile towards us. …And she can laugh about that, too.”
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“Is it excessive to assume that the secretary is actually knowledgeable about the operation of the energy industry and energy production?” McDowell was curious. McDowell asked. What do you think?
Co-host of “The Five,” “The Five” explained further that, under the former President Donald Trump’s control, America “control.”[led]The global oil price” is because there was so much production.
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Co-host Jessica Tarlov agreed “[i]”It is not a good idea for voters to laugh at each other” Lawrence Jones, co-host of Lawrence Jones’ show, noted the irony in the Energy Secretary for a self-proclaimed “empathetic” presidentFaced with high gasoline prices and steepest inflation rates in thirty years, Americans are laughing at themselves.
Jesse Watters, co-host of the show, criticized President Biden. “You got down on your knees to beg OPEC for more.” [oil]Production, but they gave Joe the middle finger.”
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“Wait until winter comes…,” he continued. You know what home heating costs are going to cost? High home heating costs, high inflation and high gas prices will all be a part of the future. That hasn’t happened since the ‘70s. Keep in mind what [former President Jimmy] Carter said in the ’70s? ‘If you guys are cold in your house,’ he said, ‘put a sweater on.’”