Joe Biden and Democrats promised to rid the US of fossil fuels and they are doing it.
And what that means is higher energy costs for you.
Gas prices in California today reached an all-time high at $4.68 per gallon.
US oil prices have surged by more than 65% this year during Joe Biden’s first year.
California gas prices hit $4.682 per gallon on Monday, setting a new record for the state for a second day in a row, according to the American Automobile Association.
Monday’s price for regular unleaded was six-tenths of a cent higher than the Sunday average reported by AAA, which broke the all-time record of $4.671 previously set in October 2012.
America’s largest state by population has the highest gas prices in the country. The national average ticked up slightly to $3.415 Monday.
AAA said heavy rainstorms in Northern California have pinched production capacity, which then trickled down to Southern California — just what happened in Louisiana with Hurricane Ida.
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