But one inquiring White House reporter wants to know from Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm: can the Biden administration use this to their advantage?
Absolutely ghoulish. Never let a crisis go to waste!
White House reporter eagerly asks Energy Secretary Granholm how these gas shortages due to the Colonial pipeline will help the administration push people toward accepting renewable energy. pic.twitter.com/2EYiHvtVdP
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) May 11, 2021
Jennifer Granholm seems pretty stoked about people not being able to find a place to fuel their cars and having to pay through the nose if they do.
She seems awfully gleeful.
— Peter C Garlitz (@petgarsar) May 11, 2021
Emphasis on “awfully.”
"If you drive an electric car this would not be effecting you."
Translation: Tough luck (in the most condescending way possible) https://t.co/JJGJPNmFPP
— Cathedral of digression 🖖😎 (@Sev_Meister) May 11, 2021
I guess the pipeline shutdown is funny to her, so comical that people can’t get fuel. https://t.co/hWTqCD20zP
— Michael Wian (@MikeWian) May 11, 2021
She is absolutely gloating at the prospect of millions of people being unable to even drive to work.
— Olivia DeHaviland☂️☔️☂️☔️☂️ (@okrainer) May 11, 2021
shes so happy about people struggling she can't even hide her smile at the press podium
— JoeVanWeedler (@joevanweedler) May 11, 2021
— Alek (@AlekIsHumble) May 11, 2021
Your pain is their gain. https://t.co/5eb4HFXELa
— Ben (@Jorgy4Real) May 11, 2021
It’s just a “supply crunch,” guys! No big deal!
Energy Sec. Jennifer Granholm says that the current gasoline situation is a "supply crunch," not a "gasoline shortage." pic.twitter.com/KL6PX9FIqf
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) May 11, 2021
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