PAIN AT THE PUMP: US Gas Prices Hit $4.919, More Than Doubling Under Biden

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The average price of gas per gallon in the U.S. is $4.919 as of June 7, according to the American Automobile Association, Newsmax reports. On Jan. 20, 2021, the day when President Joe Biden was sworn into office, the average price of gas was $2.39.

Gas prices have more than doubled under the Biden administration.

On Thursday, members of the OPEC+ cartel announced they would boost oil production 50% in July and August, which the Biden admin was quick to tout as some relief for soaring energy prices in the U.S. GasBuddy pretroleum analyst Patrick De Haan predicts the average price of gas per gallon in the United States will reach $5 a gallon as soon as June 17.

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6 COMMENTS

  1. With Joe Biden, the buck stops………..there, by somebody else. Joe is NEVER responsible for anything bad that happens under HIS watch. A real true genuine leader.

  2. The reason for high prices of gasoline and many other items is price gauging. gas station owners know that people are thinking inflation and therefore feel that they can raise their prices. In New York, the state dropped the 16 cent tax expecting to see gas prices drop by that amount. Didn’t happen. The gas station owners merely pocketed all or most of that savings and kept prices up.
    The only thing to do is for the government to enact price controls on gasoline or come up with a method of selling it to the direct to the public at lower prices.

    • Now if this exact same thing was happening under the Trump administration, you would be shouting from the rooftops to impeach him, but alas, it’s your savior, Joe Biden, so everything is cool.

    • I don’t know what you are referring to, in my area the prices did drop by the 16 cents overnight.

      You are probably right that it is price gauging. They gauge the price based on what they ay at wholesale.

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