You can bet Joe Biden didn’t want this moment captured on camera, and it was a crushing blow to his radical agenda.
I’m not sure what else could be stronger evidence of how terrible the Biden administration is than this.
Joe Biden was graciously mocked by French President Emmanuel Macron, but the damage had already been done.
Biden was walking with a White House aide Jake Sullivan when Marcon caught up with him. Biden was informed by Macron that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are unable to increase oil production because their countries are severely impacted by the conflict in Ukraine.
During the G7 summit, Macron was overheard telling Biden, in abbreviation for UAE ruler Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan, “I had a call with MBZ.” “He told me two things. I’m at a maximum, maximum (production capacity). This is what he claims.”
“And then he said (the) Saudis can increase by 150 (thousands of barrels per day). Maybe a little bit more, but they don’t have huge capacities before six months’ time,” Macron said.
As Macron implored him to allow American businesses to restore their previous levels of oil production, Biden just sat there looking like an idiot. Biden attempted to flee, but Macron followed, causing Sullivan to intervene and yank Biden away.
French President Emmanuel Macron tells Biden that begging the UAE and Saudi Arabia for more oil won't work.
Biden should unleash American energy! pic.twitter.com/4eWQ2RyIHV
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Joe Biden is abandoning our allies.
Because of his preoccupation with Putin, he is not only willing to abandon our allies, but also to allow a global recession and quite possible a famine to take place and all because he has an agenda to carry out that he’s to stubborn to let go of to really do what it right.
The UAE has confirmed they are almost at maximum production as well. We really don’t have much choice but to do our part for ourselves and the world and to increase our own oil production.
“In light of recent media reports, I would like to clarify that the UAE is producing near to our maximum production capacity based on its current OPEC+ production baseline,” said Energy Minister Suhail bin Mohammed Al Mazrouei.