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In January of 2021, when President Trump left the White House, gas in the U.S. was two dollars and forty-two cents a gallon. In the last year and a half, Chairman Biden has managed to double prices, thanks to his crackdown on drilling, his irresponsible monetary policy, and most of all, his decision to provoke a completely pointless proxy war with Russia in Ukraine.
Prices nationwide just crossed five dollars a gallon. In some Western states the average is over six dollars a gallon. In the most expensive parts of California, you can get gas at 7/11 for seven dollars and eleven cents a gallon.
Bobby Piton is running for the Republican Senate nomination in Illinois. You might think that just makes him a sacrificial lamb, since Illinois is such a blue state, but remember: We were in a very similar situation twelve years ago. We had a Democratic president ramming down far-left policies during a shaky economy. And guess what: Democrats lost Illinois’s Senate election in the 2010 midterms. They literally lost Barack Obama’s old Senate seat.
If it happened then, it can happen again. Lord knows the current Obama administration is even more disastrous and extreme and clueless than the previous.
Gas prices are one of Bobby’s central issues on the campaign. He has a plan to harvest America’s energy resources to allow us to entirely abolish the income tax in this country – literally cut it to zero. He also has a plan to hike tax rates on the most rapacious globalist corporations, in order to cut the corporate tax rate for authentically American companies.
Bobby Pitton joins us.
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