Gas Shortage – A Trick to get People into Electric Cars?


By John Jay

First of all, I have read dozens of books about dirty tricks committed by the CIA or other government agencies over the past 50 years. I am 75 years old and a Vietnam vet. Here is a shocking scenario, which might be true.

The CIA hires someone in Russia or elsewhere to shut down the pipeline on the east coast, thereby causing monumental gas lines. If not the CIA, then maybe another agency.  

Maybe even the electric car industry.

The foregoing scenario must be investigated. I repeat, the foregoing scenario must be investigated by Congress and/or the media. 

It is too important not to be investigated.  


The views and opinions expressed in this commentary are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Citizens Journal.

JOHN JAY, Oxnard resident, “Voice of Truth”

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C E Voigtsberger

I’m sorry, but the U.S. Congress couldn’t investigate how many beans are in the Senate bean soup. An investigation by the media? ? ? No need.I can tell you the result of such an investigation right now. “It’s Trump’s fault.”

I don’t care what the problem is, it’s Trump’s fault.

C E Voigtsberger

In reply to my own comment, another commentator has posited that the artificial emergency was to accustom citizens to the increasing prices of all domestic products due to the hyper inflation of the U.S. economy due to continuing to spend vast sums of non-existent money.

There is not enough paper currency in circulation to cover just what folks and companies think they have in their checking accounts and savings accounts if they are foolish enough to have a bank hold money for them.

That’s just paper money that is supposed to be in on-demand accounts. If any kind of run starts the bank holidays of the 30s are going to pale in comparison.

Keynes is wrong. Government cannot spend their way out of a debt. That proposition is so ridiculous as to not even merit passing mention.

We are well on our well to becoming the Venezuela or Argentina of North America.