‘It’s SO DANGEROUS what she said’: Press secretary Psaki makes STUNNING claim about ‘long-term’ rise in gas prices

On “The Rubin Report” Wednesday, Dave Rubin shared a clip of White House press secretary Jen Psaki arguing that high gas prices are actually beneficial because they will force the U.S. to increase our investment in renewable energy “so that we are not relying on the fluctuations and OPEC.”

“Look, our view is that the rise in gas prices over the long term makes an even stronger case for doubling down our investment and our focus on clean energy options so that we are not relying on the fluctuations and OPEC and their willingness to put more supply and meet the demands in the market,” Psaki said during a recent press briefing.

“It’s so dangerous what she said right there,” Dave said in response. “What she’s saying is, as gas prices rise we’re gonna have to do more of all that stuff that they’ve been trying to push down your throats with ‘Build Back Better.’”

The Biden administration is completely ignoring the struggling families who are being crushed by inflation and climbing oil prices in favor of their “green new dystopia” agenda, Dave argued.

“Wouldn’t you do everything you could to make gas as expensive as possible? Wouldn’t you do everything you could to destroy the economy, if you’re really saying we have to build back better, we have to completely change things? he said. “This is what they’re saying. They’re telling us … what an opportunity there is after COVID to really look at how we do everything in America and fundamentally change things.”

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