‘Apocalyptic’ Gas Prices – Biden’s Pump Pain Challenges Hollywood Zombie Fantasy

Eric Scheiner | May 11, 2022
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In the 2007 movie ‘I Am Legend’ features the character Robert Neville (Will Smith) as seemingly the sole survivor of a plague that turns people into mutant zombies. Signs of the chaos of the zombie apocalypse can be seen everywhere from deserted tanks, police cars and burned out buildings.

Clearly there was a rush on food, gas and other provisions as the plague spread. One scene in the film shows that gas in New York City was as high a $6.63 a gallon for regular unleaded.

ABC’s Good Morning America had a reporter go live from a gas station in NYC on Wednesday morning showing a gas station charging $6.19 a gallon for regular, just 44 cents cheaper than the fictional apocalypse. About a minute later in the broadcast GMA showed a gas station (no location given) at $6.59 a gallon, just 4 cents cheaper than the station in the film.

U.S. gas prices hit an all-time record on Tuesday. The average price for regular gas in the U.S. was $4.37 per gallon on Tuesday, according to AAA. Diesel prices also hit a record  $5.55 per gallon.

It would seem that Joe Biden is leading us to near apocalyptic gas prices. The green energy zombies are showing their influence.

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