CASA Director Adam Turner’s op-ed at American Thinker
Recently, the Houthi rebels in Yemen, a Shia Islamist terrorist group backed by Iran, struck targets in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates using drones and missiles. The attacks, on two of America’s erstwhile allies, prompted Saudi Arabia’s oil chief to say markets are going through a “jittery period” and that cross-border attacks have put to question “our ability to supply the world with the necessary energy requirements.” Oil prices, already at their highest in years, shot up further as a result of these strikes.
These incidents represent another piece of evidence pinning at least part of the blame for the rise in oil prices on President Joe Biden. To paraphrase the famous sticker — he did that!
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