Joe Biden, Julie, Florida discussed on Michael Berry

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Have about and the possibility of doing in the United States. Most everybody I know wants to like industry Quiet office in March, April last year way we've gone from Ray's running this town last year to apparently 250 for everybody bounce back sure is about back in the energy sector. Wonder what your thoughts are. You know, it's it's a good question, and I'm mindful of advance. It's an important industry in this country, not just as an employer. But American consumers I am scared, truly scared. Of a Biden administration because of the setbacks. To our energy development. We became energy independent when they said we couldn't do it all while ensuring that we wouldn't do it. Joe Biden said in Florida earlier this week that there would be no drilling on the shelf off the Florida coast, no offshore drilling under his administration. This is a man who has said that fossil fuels or for yesterday we need renewable and solar and wind, which is fine. But those make up a small percentage of our energy capacity. You don'tjust ramp those things up. Fossil fuels are very efficient. We efficiently extract and use them. It's a great employer, and it's great for consumers and when you can't buy a tank of gas or when a company can't afford the energy to power your business. That's a really problem. But here's here's all you need to know. Joe Biden said this week that he does not think the green new deal goes to far so he's no longer saying Well, it's quite remember. When the green new deal came up. As proposed by Alexandria Cossio court test that brilliant scientist slash businessman Mitch McConnell said OK, we'll put it up for a vote. And you remember, not a single Democrat in the Senate voted for it, so they keep running around the country, saying Green New Deal Green new deal, but they won't vote for it because they know that once they vote for it. They're on the record. And then people will actually look at what's in it. See? And they can't have them. Do listen to this farm Bureau. She also Republican who voted for President Trump in 2016, Julie. Welcome. Thank you. Are you feeling out, Julie? Over.

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