Can you imagine how Joe Biden’s campaign team must be feeling right now? They worked day and night for months to put their candidate in a position to win the election, and he led most national polls. Over the past few days, they’ve spent countless hours carefully rehearsing each potential question, and they just needed Joe to get through one final debate without making some sort of colossal, game-changing mistake.
And he almost did.
Even though Trump had hit him with quite a few punches throughout Thursday night’s debate, Biden was on the verge of escaping without any major damage being done.
But very near the end of the debate, we saw a moment that could change everything.
With minutes remaining, President Trump asked Biden if he was going to shut down the U.S. oil industry, and all Biden had to do was say ‘no’ to that question and move on.
Instead, Biden decided to be honest for some reason, which could cost him millions of votes.
Here is the exchange where everyone is buzzing…
Asset: “Do you want to shut down the oil industry?”
Biden: “I would transition from the oil industry, yes.”
Asset: “It’s a big statement.”
Biden: “It’s a big statement.”
For those working on the Biden campaign, this moment was essentially the equivalent of their star quarterback throwing an interception in the Super Bowl fourth quarter.
Of course, it’s absolutely true that the Democrats want to get rid of the American oil industry, but if they want to win an election, they should never admit it to the American people.
Despite this huge mistake, Joe Biden could win the election anyway. Over 48 million Americans have already voted, and most of his supporters hate Trump so much that they just don’t care what Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, and the rest of the corrupt Biden clan have done over the years. . They just want Trump to come out, so they would vote for Satan if that was what it took to achieve that goal.
But for all the convincing voters who are still out there, it’s a bomb.
It goes without saying that the petroleum industry is one of the most important sectors of the US economy and we all use petroleum products every day. The following is from the official website of the US Energy Information Administration …
Oil is the largest source of energy in the United States. We use petroleum products to power vehicles, heat buildings and generate electricity. In the industrial sector, the petrochemical industry uses petroleum as a raw material (raw material) to manufacture products such as plastics, polyurethane, solvents, and hundreds of other intermediate and end-user goods.
In 2019, US oil consumption averaged about 20.54 million barrels per day (b / d), of which about 1.1 million b / d was biofuel.
And a lot of the people watching the debate are employed by the oil industry.
In fact, today the industry employs nearly 10 million Americans …
The industry provides approximately 9.8 million jobs in the United States.
This equates to 8% of the total US economy, which shows how important it really is to our development. You want to give your business the tools it needs to support the vastness of the industry, learning new ways to store crude oil and investing in the right size storage tanks.
They are not minimum wage jobs either. Most jobs in the oil industry pay very well, and this is one of the main factors that explains why the middle class in America has not yet completely collapsed.
And as President Trump noted during the debate, there are plenty of voters in the major swing states who are getting their paychecks from the oil industry.
In particular, oil and gas continue to be of vital importance in the critical state of Pennsylvania.
Even today, few industries – aside from coal and steel – have had the same impact on the state as oil and gas drilling. The state was at one time the country’s leading producer of the oil and gas industry since the 1850s, creating thousands of jobs across the Commonwealth and fueling its economy for much of the 20th century.
In fact, the state’s gross domestic product from utilities was $ 282.60 billion in 2019, which includes services like the production of natural gas and electricity, according to Trading Economics, an online platform. line that provides historical economic data as well as forecasts.
If Joe Biden doesn’t win Pennsylvania, he’s going to have a hard time winning the election.
So why on earth would he choose to alienate so many Pennsylvania voters?
Talk about shooting yourself in the foot.
It was a really stupid thing of her to say, but I guess the American people should be thankful for a rare moment of honesty.
Over the past few years, I have had the opportunity to rub shoulders with many politicians, and most of them are habitual liars.
Usually Joe Biden is very good at keeping his lies, but a moment of weakness during Thursday night’s debate could change everything.
If I were the Trump campaign, I would make it number one for the past 12 days. Getting rid of America’s oil industry would absolutely crush the economy and kill millions of well-paying jobs, and those who currently hold those jobs would certainly not be willing to see them cut.
To win this election, Trump needs a miracle, and he just might just have one.
But time is running out and if he wants to take advantage of this golden opportunity, he will have to do it very quickly.
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