When will Biden learn that the fictional media news in the U.S. may be “controlled” under his watch, but that he most certainly cannot control another world leader?
In particular one that he threatened to turn into a “pariah” upon becoming president, only to go and beg for oil within two years.
Specifically, Biden thought it would be a great idea to alienate a longstanding Middle Eastern ally in favor of propping up the Iranian regime, a regime that is undoubtedly, and ironically, supplying Russia with weapons.
Kind of makes you wonder about whether or not the elites influencing policy across the United States have any real interest in the war ending. As they certainly don’t seem to have any real interest in that, given the weapons profiteering going on with the globalists now.
One thing is for sure: Other nations definitely do not like being blamed for Biden’s horrific foreign policy, and they especially don’t like being told what to do economically just to prop the Democrats up for the midterms.
That’s right: Biden apparently begged the Saudis to wait until after the midterm elections to cut oil production.
Basically, Biden is cool with oil cuts that empower Russia and increase gasoline prices for Americans, as long as they take place after the midterms.
Before the midterms, however, Democrats are clearly hurt by gas prices increasing, which is precisely why they are ranting and raving about Saudi Arabia now.
The Democrats are also lying about the fact that Biden begged the Saudis to effectively manipulate the midterm elections, which was evidenced by a rather scorching statement released by the Kingdom.
Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan Al Saud publicized a rather crisp public statement that effectively revealed the Democrats’ pitiable deception.
“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has viewed the statements issued about the Kingdom following the OPEC+ decision announced on October 5, 2022, which have described the decision as the Kingdom taking sides in international conflicts and that it was politically motivated against the United States of America,” the statement began.
Translation: The Crown Prince is aware of being blamed for Biden’s blunders, something he clearly doesn’t take kindly to, particularly after Biden blasted him in a global forum.
“The Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia would first like to express its total rejection of these statements that are not based on facts, and which are based on portraying the OPEC+ decision out of its purely economic context,” the statement continued.
Especially for the “fact checking” Democrats, who define “facts” as their own feelings. Needless to say, feelings are far more subject to change.
The statement also continued on to express its explicit position regarding the Ukraine conflict.
“The Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia affirms that any attempts to distort the facts about the Kingdom’s position regarding the crisis in Ukraine are unfortunate, and will not change the Kingdom’s principled positions, including its vote to support UN resolutions regarding the Russian-Ukrainian crisis, based on the Kingdom’s position on the importance for all nations to adhere to the United Nations Charter, principles of international law, and the Kingdom’s rejection of any infringement on the sovereignty of countries over their territories,” the statement added.
In other words, Saudi Arabia does not appreciate being branded with broad brush, fact-less strokes, especially when the American government is throwing a hissy fit since the Kingdom refused bow down to Biden’s ineffectual demands.
While Russia may collude with the Democrats, as evidenced by the ongoing trial of Igor Danchenko now, Saudi Arabia clearly won’t.
Which is probably the real reason Biden blasted them as “a pariah.”
“The Kingdom stresses that while it strives to preserve the strength of its relations with all friendly countries, it affirms its rejection of any dictates, actions, or efforts to distort its noble objectives to protect the global economy from oil market volatility,” the statement continued.
In other words, Saudi Arabia is apparently respecting free market principles more than the Biden regime.
Then again, what “free market principles” support Hunter Biden’s nefarious overseas practices?
The statement is perhaps the most spectacular, at least in terms of exposing Biden’s deception, especially since the president has repeatedly insisted he didn’t ask the Saudis to manipulate the midterms in favor of the Democrats.
“The Government of the Kingdom clarified through its continuous consultation with the U.S. Administration that all economic analyses indicate that postponing the OPEC+ decision for a month, according to what has been suggested, would have had negative economic consequences,” the statement added.
“According to what has been suggested.” Love it.
What was “suggested” was that the Saudis hold off on their own economic needs so Biden can unfairly triumph in the midterms, only to sic it to the American consumers afterwards with higher gas prices.
Recognizing the repugnant scheme for what it was, Saudi Arabia clearly went ahead and did what was best for the nation, and other nations, in its own economic self-interest, which of course made Biden enraged.
He can’t stand when states assert their own rightful autonomy, after all, whether it’s an American state or a nation-state.
Needless to say, the Biden administration sounded woefully undereducated and classless relative to the crispness of the Kingdom.
State Department spokesman Ned Price, for starters, didn’t even bother to deny that Biden had openly attempted to manipulate the midterms, claiming he can’t “confirm” anything.
“I certainly can’t confirm that report. What I can confirm is that we conveyed a consistent message to the Saudis: energy supply needs to meet energy demand. We have made the point repeatedly that we have a multiplicity of interests with Saudi Arabia; energy is one of them,” Price declared.
Right. And Saudi Arabia also has a “multiplicity of interests” with the United States.
Those interests include not empowering Iran, which Biden appears quite keen on doing.
White House national security spokesman John Kirby got even more dramatic and hysterical, which contrasts strongly with the cool, collected demeanor of the Crown Prince.
“The Saudi Foreign Ministry can try to spin or deflect, but the facts are simple. In recent weeks, the Saudis conveyed to us – privately and publicly – their intention to reduce oil production, which they knew would increase Russian revenues and blunt the effectiveness of sanctions,” Kirby whined.
“Try to spin or deflect?” Is he kidding?
That’s ALL the Biden administration has done since it’s been in power, and it is STILL doing so after being openly busted attempting to manipulate the midterm elections.
One can only hope the Crown Prince and his cohort laugh at them all from afar.
Author: Ofelia Thornton