Huckabee: Why Is Media So Quiet About Gas Prices Doubling Under President Obama?
Gas prices have surged to an average of $3.81 a gallon, according to AAA, compared to $1.84 when President Obama took office. In California, the prices at the pump are up to around $6 per gallon in some areas.
Gov. Mike Huckabee, host of Huckabee, asked this morning
why the mainstream media is "so quiet" about the issue, compared to when President Bush was in the White House.
"When George Bush was president, we heard about gas prices every time, and they would take cameras to the pumps and have someone almost tearfully explaining that they were paying almost $2.50 a gallon. It's amazing how quiet the media has been when gas prices are double what they were when President Obama took office," said Huckabee.
Watch the interview below, and hear more from The Gov. each Saturday and Sunday at 8p ET on Huckabee!