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The second most disgraceful moment of Donald Trump’s Presidency

Steve Hilton, host of the Fox News channel’s show “The Next Revolution,” criticizes President Biden’s visit to Saudi Arabia.

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President Biden was slammed by Fox News host Steve Hilton on “The Next Revolution” on Sunday night for “fist bumping” Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and “begging for Saudi oil.”

ASK STEVE HILTON! Pro-family, pro-community, and pro-Americana are all things we stand for. That’s more than you can say for Joe Biden. When he fist bumped a pariah before bending over to beg for Saudi oil while deliberately dumping American energy workers, that was the second-most disgraceful moment of the Biden presidency after Afghanistan’s debacle.

How abhorrently anti-American this whole show has been. Biden’s request for a 50% increase in Saudi oil production could have been met with lower carbon emissions if it had been done here in the United States.

FOLLOWING VIDEO OF BIDDEN PROMISING TO MAKE THE COUNTRY A ‘PARIAH STATE,’ THE White House defends the “strategic” partnership between the United States and Saudi Arabia.

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This country and its citizens, as well as every family and community that relies on their work in the energy industry are all shamed by his decision to fly halfway around the world to publicly humiliate himself and this country. I can’t think of any reason to import any oil at all when we have plenty of natural gas, which the EU just recently classified as environmentally sustainable. Importing oil from Saudi Arabia or Venezuela or anywhere else makes no sense when we already have plenty of reserves right here in the United States. When it comes to his energy policy, Vice President Biden’s blunder defies all logic and reason.

Except for one thing, it’s impossible to understand. A far-left ideology has engulfed the Democratic Party and its media allies, including Vice President Joe Biden. The establishment of the Democratic Party and the media, which was largely moderate, is no more. As a result, we’ve seen a rise and now a consolidation of far-left extremism. If you listen to the mainstream media, you’ll never hear the last word about right-wing extremism.

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