Report: Saudis look to increase oil production for US after Biden grants immunity to Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister for Kashoggi murder
· Nov 22, 2022 ·

I was assured during the previous president's tenure that a quid pro quo was an impeachable offense.

But, anyways, it looks like Joe Biden is looking to use his leniency on the Saudis in order to get an increase in Saudi oil.

From the Post Millennial:

Saudi Arabia and other OPEC nations are reportedly considering increasing their oil production just days after Biden announced that he would grant immunity to Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammed bin Salman for his alleged role in the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.A production increase of up to 500,000 barrels a day is now under discussion for OPEC's December 4 meeting, delegates said, according to the Wall Street Journal.

So much for Joe Biden being tough on the Saudis.

Biden won't let the United States produce its own oil, therefore he has to bend over backward to please the Saudis.

Especially since the Ukraine invasion, which he allowed to happen, has crippled European energy.

Here's the Wall Street Journal:

Talk of a production increase has emerged after the Biden administration told a federal court judge that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman should have sovereign immunity from a U.S. federal lawsuit related to the brutal killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The immunity decision amounted to a concession to Prince Mohammed, bolstering his standing as the kingdom's de facto ruler after the Biden administration tried for months to isolate him.

That's quid pro Joe for ya.

The Democrats made the rules. Republicans need to file an impeachment act as soon as possible.

Keep them on the defensive. These are their conditions.

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