Check out the new all-time record high gas prices in California!
· · Nov 15, 2021 ·

Winner winner chicken dinner! You Californians now get to spend a small fortune to afford that 45-minute commute through SoCal traffic to get to the job you hate:

Gas prices in California have hit a new all-time high for the second day in a row, according to data from the American Automobile Association (AAA), with fuel costs continuing to surge across the country.

On Monday, the average price of a gallon of regular unleaded in the nation's most populous state hit $4.682—up from Sunday's $4.676 average, which broke a record set in October 2012.

In contrast, the U.S. average for regular gasoline prices stood at $3.415 per gallon on Monday.

A big factor driving the Californian price surge, other than socialist policies that have destroyed the state over 30 years, is a "supply crunch" at the state's refineries.

By the way, the "$4.682" is an average, but places in the state are seeing almost DOUBLE that.

I really enjoyed that period between 2016 and 2020 when we had an excess of cheap gas, lowering emissions due to reliance on American energy over OPEC oil, and a robust energy sector that employed tens of thousands of Americas.

I guess the mean tweets weren't worth it...

AAA spokesperson Doug Shupe, meanwhile, said that gasoline prices are surging in part due to demand from the COVID-19 pandemic and an uptick in post-summer vacation travel.

"Drivers are paying $1.50 more per gallon than a year ago. It means the person who has the typical midsize sedan with a 14-gallon-size fuel tank, they're paying $21 more to fill up that tank today than last year," Shupe told CNN.

Of course, most people still don't understand that this is literally part of the leftist plan.

The only way to "save the planet", after all, is to give them all the money and power and get you to never have any silly freedoms like driving your own vehicle ever again!


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