Biden State Dept. official expresses love for high gas prices, then locks down Twitter account

Not only has the Biden administration been indifferent to the suffering of ordinary Americans who are being battered by high gas prices and crushing inflation but many top officials can hardly conceal their glee over the coming forced transition to a dystopian future of green energy and a dramatically scaled-down standard of living that won’t affect them.

The latest climate cultist to say out loud what would have likely been career killer in saner times is Alan Eyre, a senior State Department foreign service officer who in 2011, became the first US government appointed Persian language spokesperson to speak directly to the Iranian people, taking to Twitter to express his view that pain at the pump is necessary to achieve the utopian green dream.

“I prefer high gas prices = less driving, less CO2,” wrote Eyre, along with a tweet from COVID-stricken President Joe Biden patting himself on the back for a recent drop in gas prices, a major political problem for Democrats with the midterm elections upcoming.

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Eyre’s tweet which has since been deleted drew a strong reaction from Twitter users, so much so that the self-proclaimed “bureaucrat” locked down his own account.

Twitter users weighed in on the latest out-of-touch remarks from a Biden regime official.

Eyre who served at Foggy Bottom when current Biden climate czar John Kerry was Secretary of State is hardly the only deep green ideologue who holds such radical views.

According to Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, a climate zealot, “Right now we are witnessing the beginning of one of the most significant events in human history: the clean energy transition. It is long overdue and it can’t progress fast enough,” she said, spoken like a true believer.

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, who is one of the government’s top hustlers when it comes to electric cars boasted about how high gas prices are speeding the forced transition to the costly and inefficient vehicles.

“The more pain we are all experiencing from the high price of gas, the more benefit there is for those who can access electric vehicles,” the former mayor of South Bend, Indiana told the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee during hearings last week.

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