“No, it’s not Lemon Heads.. it’s the burning hole in my pocket thanks to a Joe Biden presidency,” so goes the post of none other than Kyle Rittenhouse. It is a jab to this administration’s complacency with skyrocketing gas prices.
No, it’s not Lemon Heads.. it’s the burning hole in my pocket thanks to a Joe Biden presidency.. 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/UpPvfHEjRv— Kyle Rittenhouse (@ThisIsKyleR) March 18, 2022
The reference to “Lemon Heads” is a joke to LeBron James, the superficial, far-left basketball player who mocked Kyle when the original video of him crying was released.
What tears????? I didn’t see one. Man knock it off! That boy ate some lemon heads before walking into court. 🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/LKwYssIUmD— LeBron James (@KingJames) November 11, 2021
No one wants to fill up since the price is heartbreaking and a tremendous gut check, not to mention expensive.
So, when faced with the choice of weeping about the exorbitant price like Kyle in the clip or placing one of those “I did that” stickers of Biden pointing at the price, many Americans may empathize with this video.
It’s unfair to blame the President for rising petrol prices, especially given one of the main causes is that the US economy is recovering, which is hardly terrible news for a president who has only been in office for five months. The epidemic, which caused worldwide output of oil and many other items to decline last year as demand cratered, might be singled out for the surge in gas prices. According to experts, as the economy recovers and people get back on the road after the removal of pandemic-related restrictions, supply has not kept up with increasing demand.
Nonetheless, many Americans will blame Biden for the catastrophe, whether fairly or wrongly. Increased gas costs have also been linked to lower presidential approval ratings. Overall inflation has been linked to a drop in presidential popularity ratings in the past, and research has revealed that increasing gas prices have a large and negative impact on presidents’ approval ratings.