Church donates $10,000 worth of gasoline as prices rise

The Speaking Spirit Ministries church in Richmond, Va., donated $10,000 worth of fuel on Saturday as a plurality of Americans blame President Joe Biden for high gas costs.

“With rising gas prices, we wanted to be able to do something special; we wanted to be able to serve our community,” Pastor Fred Wyatt told WRIC. “So we’re delighted with today; we know it will be a blessing to many people.

In a social media post on Saturday, Speaking Spirit Ministries shared an infographic about the event asking people to join in. “Let us be a blessing to you and yours,” the post read.

It’s here!! Come out and let us be a blessing to you and yours. Like, share and spread the word and we hope to see you there! ⛽️⛽️#SpeakingSpiritMinistries #Richmond #FreeGasGiveaway

Posted by Speaking Spirit Ministries on Saturday, April 2, 2022

Video footage showed drivers lined up at the pumps:

A plurality of citizens blamed high gas prices on Biden’s economic policies, according to a recent Quinnipiac University survey.

“While Biden has blamed Russian President Vladimir Putin and oil and gas companies, Americans are not blindly buying his apology,” Breitbart News reported on Friday:

A plurality, 41%, directly blame the economic policies of the Biden administration, against 24% who attribute it to the sanctions of the war in Ukraine/Russia, and 24% who think it is because the oil companies charge more . Only 5% believe the rise in prices is due to an increase in demand as the Chinese coronavirus pandemic subsides.

Biden and the Green New Deal radical leftists wanted citizens to feel pain when filling their gas tanks, Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN), who serves as chairman of the Republican Study Committee (R-IN), said on Tuesday. CSR).

“There’s no question that Joe Biden is directly responsible for our currently high gas prices and they’re not going to improve,” Banks said in an interview with Breitbart News.

Meanwhile, the church relied on social media and word of mouth to let citizens know about the event.

“I think in times like these, it’s important to serve your community,” Wyatt noted, adding, “And so we’re thrilled with what we were able to do today by giving back to our community.”


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