Tucker Carlson Demands Biden’s Impeachment for Sending Oil Reserves to China: ‘Embarrassing, Grotesque’

Fox News host Tucker Carlson is calling for Joe Biden’s impeachment after it emerged that the Democrat president has sent America’s emergency oil reserves to China and India.

Carlson was responding to a bombshell Reuters report that lifted the lid on the Biden administration’s move to export the much-needed Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR).

The news anchor hammered Biden over the move after the reserves were meant to be opened to tackle soaring gas prices in America.

“We are rich because we are rich in natural resources,” Carlson said as he made his case for Biden’s impeachment.

“That’s why we won the Second World War, for example.

“When previous generations said, as they often did, that God has blessed our country, this is what they were talking about.

“Yet suddenly, strangely, the United States is suddenly experiencing shortages of both food and energy and that’s why prices of these things have risen, because we don’t have enough of them.

“How did that happen?

“You should know if you care about the future of America, your children’s future, you need to know how this happened.

“Well, Joe Biden offered his explanation of how it happened today at an event in Ohio.”

Carlson then played a clip of Biden’s remarks:

PRESIDENT BIDEN: We made incredible progress on the economy from where we were a year and a half ago.

We’ve got a long way to go because of inflation, because of the, I call it the Putin tax increase.

Putin because of gasoline and all that grain he is keep him from being able to get to the market.

“It’s just embarrassing,” Carlson said.

“It’s grotesque, actually.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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