The Democrats in Joe Biden’s government have regarded the pain of the American people with total indifference, almost as if they inhabit a another planet.
One of Biden’s senior staffers at the State Department demonstrated over the weekend that he was so far gone that he really enjoyed watching Americans suffer from the high price of gasoline.
Obviously, the employee is one of the mobsters responsible for driving the United States into a bleak future of green energy, which the majority of Americans view as a route to socialism and greater government control over their lives.
The divide between people and government employees has never been clearer than it is right now.
Alan Eyre, State Department, is the villain in our narrative. Ironically, Eyre, a foreign service officer, became the first US government-appointed Persian-language spokesperson to directly address the Iranian people in 2011.
The Washington Post wrote about Eyre in 2015:
“Most spokesmen for the U.S. government come armed with thick briefing books and talking points. Then there’s Alan Eyre, the State Department’s official Persian-language spokesman.
As part of the delegation at the Iran nuclear talks, Eyre carries in his suit pocket a small ring journal filled with quotes from Persian poetry and literature. The jottings scribbled in the Persian-Arabic alphabet are in hues of blue, black, orange, and purple, reflecting the pens he had on hand over the years.
If he wants to make the point to Iranian reporters covering the talks that time is of the essence in reaching an agreement on Iran’s nuclear program by a March 31 deadline, he may crib a line from “The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam”: “Be happy in the present, and don’t put your life in the wind.”
How lovely and adorable! According to his own tweet, the poetry he reserved for Americans was, however, not particularly nice.
“I prefer high gas prices = less driving, less CO2,” the senior State Department Foreign Service Officer Eyre said in a tweet on Friday that Fox News reported has since been deleted.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“The tweet was in response to one from President Joe Biden who claimed that American families are currently paying less per month for gasoline than they were during recent “peak prices,” though a gallon of gas, on average, is still around $4.36, or more than two dollars per gallon higher than it was in 2020, the last year of Donald Trump’s presidency (roughly $2.17),” Conservative Brief reported about the nasty tweet.
Eyre describes himself as a “gov’t bureaucrat” in his Twitter bio along with the phrase “kindness, always kindness,” Fox News noted.
The reactions on social media to the kindness level of his tweet- toward Americans were expected. People didn’t feel his kind warm and happy tweet was at all pleasant toward their situation. CONTINUE READING…