BREAKING: Putin-Biden Conspiracy Exposed By GOP Insider [Details Here]

Republican Whip Steve Scalise dropped the hammer on President Joe Biden for his bad leadership, saying American dollars are funding Putin’s war.

“Scalise (R-LA) said at a press conference on Capitol Hill that President Joe Biden should stop begging ‘other dictators’ in Iran and Venezuela for fossil fuels needed in the U.S. and allow domestic oil to flow,” reports Breitbart.

“Stop calling foreign dictators for oil and utilize the great resources of the United States of America to produce low-cost, high-security energy,” Scalise said.

Scalise held the presser with Representative Jim Banks, chairman of the Republican Study Committee, and other members.

“People here in America know that it’s American dollars and European dollars that have been helping finance Putin’s war because Joe Biden turned off the spigots in the United States when he became President,” Scalise continued.

“Scalise noted the irony of Biden and Democrats obsession with climate change and fighting it by abandoning fossil fuels while U.S. oil and gas production is the cleanest and safest in the world,” according to Breitbart News.

“There is no safer and more environmentally sound way to produce energy than in the United States of America. [Biden] likes talking about carbon emissions, but we emit more carbon if you make oil in Russia or Iran or Venezuela versus making it in the United States of America,” Scalise said.

“Why [does] he pick up the phone and call dictators instead of picking up the phone and calling energy companies here in America and [say], ‘Let’s produce our own [energy].’ Let’s greenlight pipelines that safely transport oil throughout the United States, that would safely transport Canadian oil into the United States rather than bringing tankers of Russian oil,” Scalise hammered.

To see a video of Scalise’s comments, click here.

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