In an interview with Axios’s Alexi McCammond, President Joe Biden’s climate advisor, Gina McCarthy, said that Big Tech should censor anyone who opposes Biden’s green agenda, Breitbart reports:
Further, McCarthy said Big Tech should step in and “stop allowing” people to spread what the administration considers to be “misinformation” regarding Biden’s climate change agenda.“
And frankly, the tech companies have to stop allowing specific individuals over and over again to spread disinformation. That’s what the fossil fuel companies pay for,” McCarthy asserted.
Apparently, McCarthy is already missing Biden’s disinformation board that was being set up to censor all opinions that the Biden administration didn’t like.
Due to the uproar about free speech and comparisons to the Ministry of Truth found in George Orwell’s dystopian novel, Nineteen Eighty-four, Biden was forced to abandon the idea.
READ: Biden Climate Adviser Gina McCarthy Calls on Big Tech to Censor Opposers of Biden’s Climate Agenda
President Biden threatens US oil companies
Meanwhile, with the average price of gas now over $5.00 a gallon, President Joe Biden recently sent a letter to US oil companies, threatening them with penalties if they don’t start refining more gas.
The oil companies responded that they are already running at 91.3% capacity and expect to see that increase to 94% in July.
They then pointed to the real problem that there has not been a new oil refinery built in the US since 1977, due in part to environmental regulations and expectations that the green push would reduce consumption.
READ: Biden Threatens Oil Companies For Not Refining More Gasoline — There’s Just One Problem
Joe Biden’s promise to shut down the oil industry
During his Presidential debate with Donald Trump in 2020, President Biden admitted he wanted to shut down the oil industry. READ: Joe Biden Finally Admitted He Wants To End The Oil Industry
Only 46% of the oil used to produce fuel
For the record, only 46% of oil production goes to refining gas. The remainder is used to produce such things as medicines, toothpaste, contact lenses, cosmetics, and plastics. READ: Most Oil Isn’t Used To Make Gas, Here’s What The Rest Does