American oil workers are not happy with the way the Biden administration has dealt with America’s oil industry.

Owen Shroyer took calls from oil workers to get their perspective on what’s really behind the current rise in oil and gas prices during a recent episode of “War Room” on InfoWars. Shroyer took note that when President Donald Trump was still in the White House, there was constructed, expanding and working pipelines and production of oil, with workers earning six figures in their jobs.

“It was really on to make America energy independent. As soon as Biden got in the construction stopped, the production halted, they had to start laying people off. And that was from people that worked at oil companies in Texas and California,” Shroyer said.

According to an oil worker from North Dakota named Jeremy, the oil production is not going to increase because Biden and his cronies have decided to cut funding and implement ESG scores. He added that the oil companies are smart and will continue to make money and save cash aside from keeping production going at current levels for at least the next 10 to 20 years.

Jeremy also said the oil companies are already making record profits aside from putting so much money into drilling, exploration and fracking of oil out of the ground. He added that the oil companies will not just take a hit on the deals being made.

The North Dakota oil worker further said that Biden’s policy to shift to green or renewable energy, such as windmills, solar panels and electric cars, is not a good business model.

He pointed out that under the Trump administration, America was producing around 13 billion barrels a day but under Biden only one out of 10 oil leaks has actually produced oil. He added that what the current administration is now trying to do is jack up the price of oil so that the American people can’t afford gas for cars and just go electric, completely disregarding the last 200 years of American history.

America needs 30-year transition period to shift into alternative energy source

Jeremy noted that America needs a smooth 30-year transition period to shift into an alternative energy source or the so-called green renewable energy.

Meanwhile, an oil worker from Wyoming named Michael said the stoppage of the oil production will not only put them out of work, but will also put more strain on the supply chain. He added that the outrageous fuel prices will bring massive shortages. Michael also said that it is not just about the money but the control of the oil and gas industry.

Another oil worker from North Dakota named Chase said the transition to carbon neutral only means no energy and that the gas prices going up is going to be a given.

Steve from Texas said oil is highly manipulated even in the stock market. He noted that there is probably real shortages and that is on purpose. Steve added that everything is political and manipulated, especially with big oil companies like BP and Exxon now moving into green energy and spending money on other things that are not oil.

The oil worker from Texas also mentioned that getting people off oil to buy an electric car is absolute nonsense since it takes so much energy to make them and that it also takes energy to charge them.

Biden uses almost half of America’s oil reserves

Another worker in the oil industry in Texas named Seth said that Trump topped off all the reserves when oil and gas prices were really low, but now America is using almost half of it under the Biden administration.

Randy, a worker in the California oil industry, lamented the sanctions put on American oil production companies with all the regulatory stuff and frack moratorium in California.

Governor Gavin Newsom had directed the Department of Conservation in April last year to start regulatory action to end the issuance of new permits for hydraulic fracturing or fracking by January 2024. Newsom also requested that the California Air Resources Board study pathways to phase out oil extraction in the state before 2045.

Shroyer concluded the show by saying that Biden is letting the Ukraine situation go on without any intervention because he can put all the blame of his catastrophes on Russian President Vladimir Putin. 

Watch the video below to know the sentiments of American oil workers.


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