Gas prices have DOUBLED since Biden took office in 2021: Gallon of fuel now costs an average of $4.81- and hits $10 in parts of California



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A Chevron gas station in Mendocino, California was seen charging nearly $10 for a gallon of regular gas on Friday

“O come, let us worship and bow down: let us kneel before the LORD our maker.”  Psalms 95:6 (KJV) 

As inflation continues to wreak havoc on America, the country hit a grim milestone in the continued skyrocketing of gas prices.

The price for a gallon has doubled since President Joe Biden took office in January of 2021. At that time, the average gallon of gas ran you $2.39, but as of Saturday, that same gallon now costs $4.81, according to AAA.

But in some places it is much higher. A Chevron gas station in Mendocino, California was seen charging nearly $10 for a gallon of regular gas on Friday.

That price is even up five cents from Friday alone, as Republicans continue to hammer the current administration on the pinch at the pump.

‘Joe Biden’s war on American energy has forced families across the country to empty their wallets to fill their tanks,’ Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel said in a statement.

Earlier Saturday, gas prices surged to nearly $10 a gallon in parts of California as costs continue to climb.

‘Unfortunately, Biden is doubling-down on his disastrous agenda because he’s not the one paying the price – the American people are,’ she added.

Meanwhile, the Biden administration has refused to take blame for inflation.

Earlier this week, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre continued to try to coin the phrase ‘Putin’s price hike’ for increasing stress on Americans’ wallets.

‘His policies has helped the economy get back on its feet. That’s what his policy has, his policies has done,’ Jean-Pierre said. ‘When we talk about the gas prices right now, this is indeed Putin’s gas hike… We have seen about 60 percent increase in the past several months because of the amassing and his invasion of Ukraine.’

Also this week, the Biden White House cheered recent efforts from the The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to ramp up oil output to refuel the country’s refineries – whose stock has reached crisis levels in recent weeks.

The oil coalition on Thursday agreed to boost it output by 648,000 barrels per day (bpd) a month in July and August – rather than the 432,000 officials had previously promised.

Supplies at the US’ refineries, however, remain tight. On Thursday, a US weekly inventory report showed crude stock had fallen by a more-than-expected 5.1 million barrels. Gasoline inventories have also dropped to dangerous levels.

All the while, demand for fuel has continued to rise – most recently due to the fact that China’s business hub Shanghai and capital, Beijing, have relaxed COVID restrictions following strict lockdown orders that have persisted for months.

The Chinese government has since vowed to stimulate the world economy.

Experts, meanwhile, remain adamant that costs will continue to rise during the summer, warning the national average will likely sur…

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