DeSantis: Biden Making “Mistake” by Legitimizing Maduro, Won’t Solve Energy Crisis

By Eric Daugherty, Florida's Voice

March 11, 2022 Updated 4:08 PM ET

March 11th, 2022 Updated 4:08 P.M. ET

DORAL (FCV) – Friday, Governor Ron DeSantis (R) held a roundtable to expose the Biden Administration’s efforts to appease Venezuelan brutalist President Nicolas Maduro in an effort to help resolve America’s fuel crisis with skyrocketing gas prices after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

DeSantis explained that President Joe Biden (D) is rolling back the Trump Administration’s isolation of Maduro.

With a sign that said “Expand American Energy: Don’t Line Maduro’s Pockets,” DeSantis remarked, “What the Biden administration is doing is really turning back the clock prior to the Trump administration’s policy which sought to isolate Maduro, and they’re now in a position where they’re doing these back channels, which is going to legitimize Maduro.”

“That’s a mistake, and it’s not something that is necessary to be able to meet America’s energy needs,” he went on.

DeSantis’ remarks came as news reports emerged of Biden officials traveling to Venezuela to try to ease sanctions to increase fuel availability. Venezuela is a Russian ally.

“We’re not going to let him get away with it,” he continued. “We are going to fight back.”

Venezuela is known for being rich in oil.

“From the day they took office, this is what they wanted to do. They wanted to prop Maduro up, they want to deal with the ayatollah in Iran.”

Florida’s average gas price is currently $4.38 per gallon, up several dollars since the Trump Administration.

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