Attorney General Austin Knudsen states that the upcoming diesel shortage is “Terrifying.” Montana could be hit very hard folks. Be sure you’re stocked up and ready!
“The current low level of diesel fuel is “terrifying,” Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen said, due to its potential effect on the supply chain and food production.
As the United States faces record-high inflation and gas prices, concerns are rising about inadequate supplies of diesel fuel, which, according to gas companies, will only drive up its price.
“It’s frankly terrifying. We’re at less than a month’s supply of diesel fuel in this country. To put this in perspective, we haven’t had a diesel shortage this major since 1951,” Knudsen told the hosts of “Newsmakers,” a collaboration program between The Epoch Times and NTD, during a Nov. 1 interview. “What you have to realize is we have a much higher demand for diesel fuel today than we did in 1951.”
You can read the full story here. (Audio is provided as well). By Premium US News (By Tiffany Meier, Joshua Philipp and Masooma Haq)