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Opinion | Biden, Venezuela and the Oil Dictators

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The madness of the Biden Administration’s energy policy has been horrifying to watch, like a car crash except all Americans are passengers. The latest bizarre twist is that the White House may ease sanctions on Venezuela and its dictator Nicolás Maduro in an effort to increase the supply of oil on the global market.

The Journal reports that the U.S. is “preparing to scale down sanctions” on Venezuela’s nasty regime so Chevron Corp. can resume pumping oil. The move is contingent on the Maduro government entering good-faith talks with the political opposition, which is an oxymoron.



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