On Sunday, President Biden and the official White House account tweeted their delight at the recent decrease in petrol prices, which prompted an immediate backlash on social media.
After reaching an all-time high in the month of June, the price of gasoline at the pump has been steadily declining over the past three and a half months, as Vice President Joe Biden mentioned at the outset of the conversation. He went on to say that since reaching their peak, prices have fallen by around 25 percent.
According to his tweets, the price of gasoline has been going down for more than 13 weeks in a row as fall approaches.
After some time had passed, the official White House account sent out a tweet that contained something that reiterated the previous narrative.
According to what was written in the tweet, "today marks 95 days of falling gas prices across the U.S." Americans are looking to find some room to breathe at the pump" as a result of the continued decline in the price of gasoline at the fastest rate seen in more than a decade.
In addition, the tweet from the White House included a graphic that depicted some of the information that would be seen on a fake receipt. At the very bottom of the ticket, it claimed, The fastest fall in petrol costs in almost a decade.
Skeptics, on the other hand, did not trust the narrative and voiced their opinions on Twitter. Even though they are much lower than when they were in June, some individuals have noticed that gas prices are still much higher than they were during the time of President Biden's inauguration. This is despite the fact that they are much lower than when they were in June. Others countered that the White House of Vice President Joe Biden should not be given credit for the reduction in gas prices because they had previously stated for several weeks that they'd no control over the increase in gas prices that was caused by the conflict between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine.
According to a tweet from VRWCTexan, the national average price of gasoline was fifty percent lower in January 2020, when President Joe Biden pledged to bring together all of the United States' citizens by raising his right hand.
The White House has stated that President Joe Biden is not responsible for the rising price of gasoline. Joe Biden did it – White House as well! Joe Biden is responsible for both an increase and a drop in the price of gasoline. The tweet from @GovtsTheProblem states that the Biden administration feels that American citizens are dumb.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.