Joe Biden’s advisor just said one thing about gas prices that will drive you crazy

In one of the most famous speeches of his political career, Abraham Lincoln quoted the Bible and said, “A house divided against itself, cannot stand.”

Apparently the Biden administration has never heard of it because the White House’s messaging on gas prices is constantly contradicting itself.

And what this Biden advisor just said about gas prices is only making it worse.

A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma

What is the Biden administration’s position on gas prices?

What is their plan to bring them down?

And who is to blame for skyrocketing gas prices?

All of these are very good questions that countless Americans have undoubtedly been asking themselves lately.

And the reason for the confusion is because the Biden administration’s messaging changes quicker than the ocean tides.

In June, the national average price for a gallon of gasoline doubled since Joe Biden took office in January 2021.

However, the Biden administration has been working since March to blame everyone else but themselves for Americans’ pain at the pump.

When gas prices first started spiking, Joe Biden blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin citing Russia’s war with Ukraine as the main culprit.

The White House even went so far as to recruit teenage TikTok influencers to blast out this propaganda on social media.

However, when polling showed that no one was buying that nonsense, the White House then tried to say that ridiculously high gas prices was a good thing.

Joe Biden said during a press conference in Japan, “[When] it comes to the gas prices, we’re going through an incredible transition that is taking place that, God willing, when it’s over, we’ll be stronger and the world will be stronger and less reliant on fossil fuels when this is over.”

Obviously that didn’t sit well with anyone except radical environmentalists, champagne socialists, and city slickers and Biden’s poll numbers continued to plummet as a result.

Biden then attempted to pull a page out of Karl Marx’s playbook and bash oil companies and gas station owners.

The President angrily tweeted recently, “My message to the companies running gas stations and setting prices at the pump is simple: this is a time of war and global peril. Bring down the price you are charging at the pump to reflect the cost you’re paying for the product. And do it now.”

Joe Biden even went so far as to write oil company executives a letter basically threatening to nationalize their businesses unless they listened to his demands.

And like the White House’s other failed attempts this one also fell flat with voters.

Oil companies, industry groups, and even liberal Jeff Bezos all lined up to bash Biden for this ridiculous and unprompted attack, especially since it’s Biden’s administration that is making it harder for them to produce energy here in America.

But what’s even worse is the fact that during the middle of this Biden caused shortage of oil the White House exported more than five million barrels of oil from America’s strategic oil reserves.

If at first you don’t succeed . . .

In the days leading up to America’s Fourth of July celebrations, when Americans are at peak patriotism levels, the Biden administration pivoted back to their old talking point of blaming Vladimir Putin.

At the NATO summit in Madrid, Biden was asked by a reporter, “How long is it fair to expect American drivers to pay that premium for this war?”

“As long as it takes so Russia cannot, in fact, defeat Ukraine and move beyond Ukraine,” Biden replied.

Now usually, after the President says something during a press conference, the White House makes every attempt to walk back his statements.

But one of Biden’s advisors recently went on CNN and echoed the President’s remarks.

CNN asked Biden advisor Brian Deese, “What do you say to those families that say, ‘Listen, we can’t afford to pay $4.85 a gallon for months, if not years?'”

To which Deese replied, “This is about the future of the Liberal World Order and we have to stand firm.”

What’s particularly telling about this exchange is that Deese isn’t a national security expert and yet he is weighing in on an international issue.

He is, however, an economic and political advisor and serves as the Director of the National Economic Council for the Biden administration.

It is also worth noting that Deese also served as a senior advisor in the Obama administration, where he focused on climate, conservation, and energy policies.

So it appears that Americans will yet again be hearing about “Putin price hikes” in the coming days and weeks.

But whether or not Americans will actually buy this bill of goods the Biden administration is selling this time remains to be seen.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.