Top Republican Congressman says Democrats claim to have monopoly on truth and people see through it
According to GOP Rep. Babin, Americans are seeing through the gaslighting from the Biden administration and have had enough.
GOP Texas Congressman Brian Babin says that the Democratic Party believes they have a monopoly on truth, but the people aren't falling for it.
"This administration said they were 'science,' as Fauci said, and now they're the ones that seem to have a monopoly on truth," Rep. Babin said on the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "I think the American people can see through the sham. They know what's going on."
Babin said on Thursday that the American people see how the economy has taken a negative turn and the prices of gas and groceries have increased over the past two years.
"They're paying through the nose for their groceries, for their gasoline," Babin said referencing the American people. "The ones who live up North where it gets real cold are going to be paying so much more for heating oil."
A big issue that Americans seem to be worried about is the energy crisis that is happening under President Biden in which America is no longer energy independent, but is instead reliant on other countries.
"We cannot any longer be held dependent on Russia and Venezuela and the Iranians — the biggest exporters of terrorism in the world, for our energy," Babin stated. "I don't think the average American realizes...the gravity of a situation where all of a sudden, we're going to have a shortage of diesel. Diesel fuel runs trains and runs trucks. It delivers the goods back and forth to get them to market."
Voters seem to be seeing through the gaslighting from the Biden administration and don't believe the government is telling the truth on a lot of issues that affect their lives, according to Babin.
Director of Tech Policy at the Taxpayers Protection Alliance, Dan Savickas, said no entity, especially the government, should control what the truth is.
"No entity has a monopoly on absolute truth, yet alone a federal government agency," Savickas said on the Thursday edition of the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "And I think we've learned over the past number of years that the federal government can and often does get it very wrong."