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“There Are Problems” – Biden Says OPEC Cutting Production is a “Disappointment” – Then Bizarrely Walks Backwards to Get Away From Reporters (VIDEO)

Joe Biden on Thursday briefly stopped to chat with reporters on the South Lawn as he departed for Poughkeepsie, New York.

Reporters asked Biden about OPEC’s decision to cut oil production by two million barrels a day.

On Wednesday in a blow to Joe Biden and the West, OPEC leaders agreed to a major production cut of two million barrels of oil a day.

The White House actually accused OPEC of siding with Russia – OPEC is the new Putin Puppet!

Joe Biden on Thursday insisted his trip to the Middle East in July was not about oil.

Of course that’s a lie.

In July, Joe Biden, flew to Saudi Arabia to beg the monarchy to pump more oil.

OPEC cut production anyway forcing Biden to drain the US strategic petroleum reserve.

Biden told reporters of OPEC cutting production, “It is a disappointment” and it said that “there are problems.”

Joe Biden then bizarrely walked backwards and waved goodbye.

VIDEO:

Biden on OPEC slashing oil production: “It is a disappointment.”

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— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 6, 2022

The post “There Are Problems” – Biden Says OPEC Cutting Production is a “Disappointment” – Then Bizarrely Walks Backwards to Get Away From Reporters (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

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