Alaska Bracing for ‘End of Oil in America’ Thanks to Joe Biden

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Republican Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy predicted the Biden administration will deny a drilling project on Alaska’s North Slope that could provide the state with thousands of jobs and Americans with more energy independence.

The governor expects President Joe Biden to deny the pending ConocoPhillips Willow Project, which is the largest pending proposal to drill for oil in the U.S. and requires his approval to move forward.

Dunleavy expects the president to not only deny his state jobs and the country affordable gas but to also plead for oil from foreign adversaries, such as Venezuela.

The governor joined Fox Business Network host Neil Cavuto on Tuesday to discuss the issue on “Cavuto: Coast to Coast.”

The Willow Project could produce hundreds of thousands of barrels a day while creating around 2,500 jobs.

Given the promise the project shows, and the fact it would be good for the country, it seems likely Biden will nix it without a second thought.

It often appears as though Biden assesses a situation, identifies a decision that would be most beneficial to Americans, and then go in the other direction.

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