Understand that the massive gas shortages being experienced along the East Coast are planned. The cyberattack is simply an excuse that can be used by the installed dictator (Resident Biden) as a plausible way to push all energy control to the deep state (aka the federal government).
Rising unemployment, massive inflation, “stagflation” and now gas lines… Looks like that recent meeting with Jimmy Carter was about recreating the 1970s.
The White House responds to fuel shortages appearing in the mid-Atlantic and southeast:
“The President continues to be regularly briefed on the Colonial Pipeline incident. The Administration is continually assessing the impact of this ongoing incident on fuel supply for the East Coast.
We are monitoring supply shortages in parts of the Southeast and are evaluating every action the Administration can take to mitigate the impact as much as possible. The President has directed agencies across the Federal Government to bring their resources to bear to help alleviate shortages where they may occur.” (read more)
To be fair, the current areas running out of gas are more likely a combination of panic purchasing than an actual fuel supply issue. However, as seen in regions where hurricanes lead to panic purchasing, the lack of fuel can be an issue that cascades quickly.
This is crazy. I stopped for gas just now having no idea what was happening. It’s out. People here told me they’d been to other stations and found the same. pic.twitter.com/7LDVdUXPo4
— Greg Suskin (@GSuskinWSOC9) May 11, 2021
— WCTV Eyewitness News (@WCTV) May 10, 2021
NC declares 'state of emergency' as gas stations run out of gas in Virginia/Atlanta/Florida
So, a Cyberattack takes out a pipeline, without ever dropping a bomb
And in less than a week, 'state of emergency'
— 🇭ip~ (@TruthInBytes) May 11, 2021
Cheap gas to quarter mile long gas lines in 100 days.
You’re a disgrace if you voted for Joe Biden.
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) May 11, 2021
Starting to see gasoline shortages like in Washington, NC where stations have no gas and the ones that do have mile long lines of cars. They’re also putting $20 cap on stations that have gas.
— Michael DeLauzon 🇺🇸 🦅 (@MichaelDeLauzon) May 11, 2021
Video coming out of Asheville, North Carolina show the fuel shortage in effect.
Some gas stations are completely out of supply, while others have lineups. pic.twitter.com/7xrSoPA99G
— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) May 11, 2021