Memorial Day Gas Prices Expected to Surge


In Joe Biden’s America, unaffordable gas prices are par for the course.

In a nutshell, current costs of gas serve as the consequences of inflation, along with policies Biden forced through that work against energy independence.

Biden consistently refuses to take responsibility for his role in where gas prices stand. The president and the White House insist this is all about Putin’s war in Ukraine. However, the war arrived well after gas price increases.

At this point in time, there’s truly no telling when gas prices will drop. Therefore, Americans remain advised to take the steps necessary for their own financial well-being.

On top of this, Americans should know that gas for Memorial Day is going to reach even higher price points.

More bad news on gas costs

Without making adjustments concerning inflation, the average cost of gas in the United States stands at $4.37. Furthermore, as Memorial Day approaches, costs to refuel cars at the pump will increase.

One factor in this increase deals with a higher demand for gas. With schools no longer in session, more young people have travel plans. The demand for travel also remains up, due to the past two years of heavy travel restrictions.