Biden administration is selling off our emergency oil reserves to China

So, as gas prices set records in this country, as American citizens who were born here and vote and pay taxes cannot afford to fuel their own cars, the Biden administration is selling off our emergency oil reserves to China.

Just a quick recap on the never-changing rules of the world. The three things that any functioning country must have an ample supply of are food, water and energy. Those are the fundamental necessities of life— not diversity, equity and inclusion — food, water and energy.

If you have a surplus of food, water and energy, you win. If you don’t, you lose. Now, that may sound unfair, but we did not make the rules. Nature did. We can choose to ignore them, but those rules will never change. Sorry.

Thankfully for Americans, we live in a country that is remarkably abundant in all three of those things. The U.S. has the most fertile farmland in the world. We’ve got more potable, fresh water than virtually any other place and critically and rarest of all, America has the largest recoverable oil reserves on the planet. We are number one in that category and that matters maybe more than anything.

Now, they may be telling you on CNN that so-called renewable energy, windmills and solar panels, are about to power the world. But that’s absurd and no one corrects them and somebody should because a lot is at stake. If your nine-year-old starts telling you, “I’m like Superman,” you have to correct him before he jumps off the garage. The stakes are high, so it is incumbent on the rest of us to point out the people telling you that have no idea what they’re talking about. We are not remotely close to a green energy power grid or anything even approaching it.


In fact, as of today, the world is powered as it has long been by fossil fuels. Fossil fuels. That’s where more than 80% of global energy comes from, not from windmills and solar panels, from oil and gas and coal and that is not going to change soon. In fact, the world’s fastest growing economies, that would be India and China, are using more fossil fuels than ever, not less. So, why is every person in charge from the people who make the ads at Nike to the energy secretary, to the President of the United States, to every anchor on every channel on television telling you exactly the opposite? We’ll give them the benefit of the doubt.

At best, they’re ignorant. They’re not engineers. They are politicians and ideologues. They’re the ones telling you that boys can become girls just by wishing it so, and they’ve commanded the rest of us to believe that, but unfortunately for them, the principles of social justice do not apply to power grids. You can’t just rename them and get something different. No. You have to create new and better power grids and we are nowhere near that and we will not be anywhere near that during the course of our lifetimes. Sorry, that’s reality, and you cannot yell loud enough to make it change. For the foreseeable future oil and gas are essential to civilization in an utterly non-negotiable way and that should be great news for America because here in the United States, we have a lot.

We are rich because we are rich in natural resources. That’s why we won the Second World War, for example. When previous generations said, as they often did, that God has blessed our country, this is what they were talking about. Yet suddenly, strangely, the United States is suddenly experiencing shortages of both food and energy and that’s why prices of these things have risen, because we don’t have enough of them. How did that happen? You should know if you care about the future of America, your children’s future, you need to know how this happened. Well, Joe Biden offered his explanation of how it happened today at an event in Ohio. Watch.

PRESIDENT BIDEN: We made incredible progress on the economy from where we were a year and a half ago. We’ve got a long way to go because of inflation, because of the, I call it the Putin tax increase. Putin because of gasoline and all that grain he is keep him from being able to get to the market.


It’s just embarrassing. It’s grotesque, actually, and at this point is dangerous and no one believes a word of it because it’s provably untrue and we feel, since this is a news network, a moral responsibility to prove that it’s untrue. So, here we go. Months before the war in Ukraine began and somehow Vladimir Putin secretly seized control of gas prices in the United States. How did he do that? Before any of that happened, the magic happened.

Sober people, a petroleum analysis firm called GasBuddy, decided to do a simple calculation. They wanted to put rising gas prices in context. Here’s what they did: math. They determined every year over year price change in gasoline prices in the United States going back to 2002, 20 years, and they found this. From November of 2020 to November of 2021, that would be roughly from Election Day to the end of Joe Biden’s first year running the country, gas prices in the United States went up by more than 66%. That was the single highest year-over-year increase since 2002, which happens to be the year the government started tracking those data.

Now, this happened before Russia invaded Ukraine. Why did it happen? Super simple. Joe Biden on the campaign trail told us he was like Superman, and then he proceeded to jump off the garage. He told us he was going to end fossil fuels and because no one took him seriously, because he’s senile and wasn’t actually going to win, no one followed up with, "What, are you insane? How are you going to do that? And so we kept going and then he became president somehow and then he followed through on that promise.


He canceled pipelines. He terminated oil and gas leases. He rejoined the Paris Climate Agreement without explaining why we should and by the way, if the climate is such a crisis, an existential crisis, and China and India are using more fossil fuels than they did 10 years ago, and nobody says anything about it, maybe they’re not really sincere about this global warming thing and then on top of all of that, Joe Biden pumped trillions more dollars into the U.S. economy, thereby devaluing the U.S. dollar and making everything, including energy, more expensive.

You know what happened. That’s all true and it was done on purpose. It was done to change our energy supply from what is cheap, efficient and the source of all of our wealth to something that Biden and his donors control, the green economy that will make us poor and that is, in fact, causing famine around the world right now. So, that’s what happened. As a political matter, since this is still sort of a democracy, it happened way too fast and scared the hell out of people and polls showed that. Democrats and Republicans, no matter who they voted for, were worried above all about rising energy prices because it hurt them directly every single day. And by the time Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine, the Biden administration had found a scapegoat.

Maybe that’s why they encouraged him to do it in the first place, which they did. So, Joe Biden started yelling, “It’s Putin’s price hike. Putin did it!” But it’s so dumb. It’s so provably untrue that no one believed it. Even people who wanted to believe it, people who voted for Biden who want windmills and solar farms, they couldn’t believe it because it’s absurd and in an election year, that’s a huge problem. So, the administration had to do something.


That’s why in late March, in an act of desperation, Biden did maybe the worst thing that he has done since becoming president and that’s saying a lot. He started to sell off one of this country’s most important natural resources, one of our most valuable assets. It’s called the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, the SPR. It’s controlled by the Department of Energy. So, what Biden could have done is produce more oil domestically, but that would have been too easy and too good for the United States and its long-term interests. Instead, he decided to do something so crazy and so dangerous that only someone who was intentionally trying to harm the United States would even consider it, but most people never even noticed. Here’s his announcement, in case you missed it.

BIDEN: Today, I want to talk about one aspect of Putin’s war that affects and has real effects on the American people. Putin’s price hike that Americans and our allies are feeling at the pump. I know how much it hurts. Our prices are rising because of Putin’s actions. There isn’t enough supply and the bottom line is, if we want lower gas prices, we need to have more oil supply right now. Today, I’m authorized the release of 1 million barrels per day for the next six months, over 180 million barrels for the strategic, from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. This is a wartime bridge to increase oil supply until production ramps up later this year and it is by far the largest release of our net, our national reserve in our history.

So, you watch it and you realize really the whole point of the Joe Biden presidency is to humiliate the rest of us and think less of our own country, the place where we were born. You can just imagine Barack Obama and Susan Rice and Ron Klain, people who truly dislike the United States as currently constituted, saying, “Let’s make this guy president. That’ll grind it in our face, a guy who can barely talk.”

So, it’s hard to hear anything Joe Biden says because it’s hard for him to say anything, but if you listen carefully or read a transcript, you will learn what he just said is we’re releasing a million barrels per day for a total of more than 180 million barrels from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, which is held in caverns in a couple of states. How much is that? It’s a staggering figure.

So, let’s put it in context. The reserve can hold more than 700 million barrels total, but it didn’t have that because Congress, by the way, as you haven’t been paying attention, has been selling off our Strategic Petroleum Reserve to pay off debt. So, by the time Joe Biden arrived, there was far less than that. There was about 568 million barrels of oil in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Now, no president in American history has ordered a drawdown this large.

In 1991, the beginning of Operation Desert Storm, which was an actual war with real American soldiers involved, the U.S. government released 17 million barrels of oil as a way of assuring a stable supply of global crude. The U.S. released just 20 million barrels after Hurricane Katrina destroyed parts of the Gulf Coast where so many refineries are. But now we’re releasing many times that figure from the reserve all to protect the Democratic Party from getting what it deserves in the midterm elections in November and as a result of that unbelievably reckless, in fact criminal decision, our oil reserves now at their lowest level in nearly 40 years, and they are dropping fast. None of this needed to happen. There was no reason to tap our Strategic Petroleum Reserve when we could produce the energy here and were in fact producing it until Joe Biden took office.


But at the same time, you have to be honest. Principles of supply and demand would suggest that this would work in the short term. Releasing all this oil should have lowered gas prices until the reserve ran out, which it will. You inject more petroleum into the market and prices for gas should drop, but here’s the amazing thing. That’s not happening. Since Joe Biden started releasing all this oil from our reserves, which he does not own, you do, we do, what has happened to gas prices? They haven’t dropped. They’ve kept going up. Huh? In mid-June, the price of both regular unleaded and diesel critically hit all-time highs, well over five bucks a gallon nationally. How could this be? It really was a mystery. It violated the most basic rules of economics, but now, thanks to a new report in Reuters, we know why.

It turns out the oil being released isn’t for us. It’s going to India and China. According to Reuters, and we’re quoting, “more than 5 million barrels of oil that were part of a historic U.S. emergency reserve released to lower domestic fuel prices were exported to Europe and Asia last month.” The piece continues "cargo of SPR, crude (oil from our reserves) we’re also headed to the Netherlands into a Reliance refinery in India, an industry source said. A third cargo (buckle your seatbelt) headed to China." To China!

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Treasonous! I am literally speechless in terms of trying to figure out what is the bigger play.

They must want a civil war.


I have a different take on this: this may be one of the few times that our stupid government did something a little less stupid. Not that selling this oil was going to do anything about the price of oil, just that they probably filled the reserve up with $30 a barrel oil and sold it at $120 a barrel. When it goes back down, we can fill it again, or just turn the west Texas frackers loose, probably even better (but they probably need a price of oil better than $30 to make it worthwhile).

It goes to China and India, surprise surprise. They’re buying up every drop of oil in the world, even buying countries that have oil. They’re building refineries and that’s where the oil gets turned into something useful. Guess what, we’re not.

They are going to get one.


I suspect not before too long. Things are already at a boiling point, and popping off.


This story is actually connected to his son Hunter Biden with deals he made that is now intensifying under more scrutiny to which he could be facing some charges.

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The question on that is: did they sell it at some discount because of Hunter’s connections? If they sold it at the going rate, that won’t go anywhere. I suspect that Hunter’s deal-making skills had nothing to do with it. He probably has none.

A million barrels going to China seems like a lot, but if you look at what gets bought and sold every day, it’s noise. There’s countless other better ways to slam Biden.

Actually the question that is mostly being asked: why our we selling our strategic oil to a foreign country when we need it ourselves? You like paying $7 dollar gas?

This pretty much says it all about the level of competency of this administration on display. Its indefensible yet the fact they are so willing to sell the public a pile shit is beyond comprehensible, its downright criminal.

This whole administration is just so fucked up! There is no way to defend it, no matter how many questions they deflect and refuse to answer. They know it. They know we know it. They just don’t care. It’s going to get ugly in the not too distant future… and I think that’s what they want. I guess they don’t know that damned near the entire country hates them, and they will lose bigly when it happens.


The whole rationale for that strategic reserve is obsolete now. It was started when the arabs embargoed oil in the 70’s. People thought we had discovered all the oil there is in the US. That’s proven to be a very poor guess. We have enough oil in the ground to last a very long time (for US consumption), much greater than that strategic reserve. All that needs to be done is to unleash the people who go and get it. And allow construction of new refineries, because you’ve got to be able to process that oil.

Might as well sell that stuff while the price is high, it’s not useful in any serious way as a strategic reserve.

When you look at the magnitude of the oil business, it also makes these “renewable” projects look like kiddie stuff. They announce a big new facility that makes 100 million gallons per year, and it wouldn’t move the needle much if it was 100 million per day.

It’s not that I feel sorry for Biden when he gets slammed with a lame cheap shot - he deserves every one he gets. However, the libs fool themselves with that stuff and think “if we just lob a lame cheap shot a day, we win.” It usually just ends up making those who do it look clownish.


Sell it to his sons fucking oil connection!? Gtfo here you’re exposed

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I disagree. The bigger picture in why it was created was not because of the oil crisis in the 70’s but having a source to fuel our military. Thinking it was for consumers is the biggest misconception there is.

Maybe, hard to say, but varying sources of energy is always a better strategy of not putting all of ones eggs in one basket. I am all for having alternative sources of energy if it is done smart and right. When technological advances improve such as batteries and their longevity, then the transition to the future can be achieved gradually without bankrupting the country. The problem we are seeing now is the Liberal and Globalist class are using this fake Climate crisis as a way to achieve their desire to consolidate power in a world governing body to have control over the worlds resources and dictate people’s behaviors. Plandemics was all part of this overall strategy that many have been warning us about, but no body listened and simply chalked it up as mere conspiracy theories. So here we are now.

Just as long we are not selling it to our adversaries and replenishing the reserves at the same time. IMO, we only sell when our own country’s needs are met first and we are producing our own oil as an energy independent nation. The problem, albeit prices, is the simple fact that demand is currently low. Why is that? Because people can’t afford to travel or buy Gas at current prices, so essentially this lying administration will say they stabilized prices, when in reality the former is actually more accurate.

Do you have any idea how much it costs to drill and build an Oil rig? Its not chump change, and while this administration keeps claiming that they issued thousands of permits to drill oil, Oil companies have been reluctant to do so for a myriad of reasons, one being stifling regulations, and the uncertainty of the current status of the economy during a pandemic that has wreaked havoc on a shrinking economy where loss of businesses and jobs are grossly being misreported because politicians only care about not losing their jobs than actually doing something to solve problems. So they do the next best thing and lie about everything they have done or stand for. “Culture of lies is America’s demise”

Haven’t you learned yet what rigged elections means? Or who is really in control? I think you do, but your statements on the contrary don’t support that view.

The only person who is getting rich off of selling our reserves is Biden and his family with his insider connections with a communist dictatorship. Why you would defend this move without really understanding the intricacies of why this was done in the first place as well as misunderstanding what the Strategic Oil reserves is for is beyond me. The bottom line is this president should be impeached and removed for committing such a treasonous act. That is my .02!




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I disagree. The bigger picture in why it was created was not because of the oil crisis in the 70’s but having a source to fuel our military. Thinking it was for consumers is the biggest misconception there is.[/quote]

So we currently produce something like 9-10 million barrels per day domestically, and it could easily be 15 million if the people who stopped producing resumed. The people who can turn off the spigot are the frackers. I don’t know how much refining capacity we have in the US, but it’s on that same order of magnitude. If they needed it, our military could grab it all, and they’d grab it at the tail end where the jet fuel and diesel come out. The claim that it’s for our military makes no sense, in fact the reserve itself makes no sense.

And yes, I know a little about how much it costs and how long it takes to develop a new oil well.

If there are kickbacks, that would be worth making a stink. Getting upset over selling an insignificant batch of oil to China is a waste of your anger, but that’s your business. There’s many other things involving China worth getting angry over.

How many times did you submit a ballot for Joe Biden in 2020v

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Gas prices are about to come down across the country. Will you right wingers give Biden credit for that???