Joe Biden is furious after a former Keystone XL Pipeline worker called him out for telling this huge lie about high gas prices

Polls show the political atmosphere has shifted in the GOP’s favor in the final stretch before voters head to the polls on November 8.

The economy and high gas prices are the top issues of the election.

And Joe Biden is furious after a former Keystone XL Pipeline worker called him out for telling this huge lie about high gas prices.

Joe Biden launched an all-out war on American energy production and fossil fuels on his very first day in office.

Biden canceled the Keystone XL Pipeline and suspended all leases for drilling oil on federal lands.

To fund part of their radical “green energy” agenda, Democrats also passed trillions of dollars in socialist spending, sending inflation through the roof.

The Democrats’ trillions of dollars in spending combined with Joe Biden’s war on fossil fuels sent the price of gas to an all-time high in America.

Of course, Joe Biden refuses to accept any responsibility for sky-high gas prices and inflation.

He’s tried to blame it on everything from Putin’s invasion of Ukraine to greedy oil company executives.

But polls show the American people see through Joe Biden’s lies and deceptions, as the majority of voters blame Joe Biden for high gas prices.

Joe Biden has tried to keep gas prices down to help Democrats in the election by releasing over 100 million barrels of oil from the strategic reserves, dropping it to its lowest levels since 1984.

After Biden recently announced the release of another 15 million barrels, even White House reporters questioned him over the timing of the move being politically motivated.

But now one former Keystone XL Pipeline worker just took Joe Biden to task for claiming on Wednesday that his “administration has not stopped or slowed U.S. oil production.” 

During an interview with Fox Business, former Keystone XL Pipeline welder Neal Crabtree blasted Joe Biden’s scheme to cut gas and energy prices before the Midterm elections by releasing more barrels of oil from the strategic reserves.

“I don’t know how he gets away with saying that he doesn’t have anything to do with [high gas prices] when they’ve got everything to do with it,” Neal Crabtree said during an interview this week with Fox Business.

Crabtree previously worked on the Keystone XL Pipeline project.

However, like hundreds of other workers, he lost his job when Joe Biden took office and declared war on American energy production.

“When you’re 40, or 45 years old, starting over ain’t the easiest thing to do,” Crabtree said. “You spent all your time building your skill set and then all of a sudden you’re making a minimum wage,” he continued, adding that “it can change your life.”

Crabtree said this is about more than just the Keystone XL Pipeline project.

He also blasted the administration’s dirty tactics, like pressuring companies to move toward “green energy” and holding up the permit process. 

“It’s behind-the-scenes stuff — pressuring banks and lenders not to finance fossil fuel projects,” he said. “But the main problem that our industry is having is they’ve got such a stranglehold on the permit process.” 

Gas prices are a top issue for voters.

Biden is desperately trying to convince Americans that it’s not his fault.

But it’s not working, as one recent poll showed more than 62 percent of Americans place the blame for gas prices directly at the feet of Joe Biden.

And Democrats will likely pay a price on November 8 for Joe Biden’s war on energy.

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.