Franklin Graham Urges Return to Energy Independence, Like Under Trump

The Rev. Franklin Graham urged a return to America’s energy independence on Tuesday, as we did “when President Trump was in office.”

Reverend Graham stopped in Alaska on his way back from Vietnam and took the occasion to thank The Biden administration approved “common sense” to open three proposed oil drilling sites in Alaska.

On Monday, the Ministry of the Interior announced the approval of an amended version of the proposal of the crude oil-producing company ConocoPhillips to explore the national oil reserves. During the campaign, Biden called for an end to drilling on federal land.

Graham stated, “I believe we should use the resources God has given us and strive for energy independence, as we were when President Trump was in office.” “There’s no reason why we can’t do that.”

“And I am all for exploring alternative sources of energy for the future,” he noted. As Alaska Sen. Dan Sullivan put it, relying on countries like Venezuela and Saudi Arabia for oil is “national security suicide.”

Watch Franklin Graham’s movie Thank God for “The Last Four Years” under President Trump in 2020


In 2017, the Trump administration eliminated “climate change” from its list of national security threats, preferring instead to “embrace energy dominance.”

Trump’s national security strategy The NSS stressed the importance of balancing energy security, economic development, and environmental protection while rejoicing in America’s energy independence as an achievement of which it should be proud.

The NSS declared, “American leadership is indispensable to confronting an anti-growth energy agenda that is detrimental to the American economy and energy security interests.” “Given future global energy demand, much of the developing world will need fossil fuels, in addition to other forms of energy, to power their economies and lift their people out of poverty.”

“For the first time in generations, the United States will be a dominant energy nation,” the statement read. “Energy dominance – America’s central position in the global energy system as a leading producer, consumer and innovator – ensures that markets are free and that America’s infrastructure is resilient and secure,” she added.

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