The high-profile family of ex-President Barack Obama seems to be up to something bizarre.
They are seeking to put a gigantic propane tank, which might as well only be suited for apocalypse-type events, in their luxury mansion property on Martha’s Vineyard Island.
Martha’s Vineyard’s First Private Propane Tank
Last summer, Barack Obama and his entire cohort of family, relatives, and friends sparked public outrage by throwing his obscenely luxurious, mass-scale 60th birthday bash in their Martha’s Vineyard mansion.
This happened just as the COVID-19 pandemic was raging and thousands of Americans were dying daily. Meanwhile, a growing number of US households were already struggling to make ends meet.
Apparently, the unabashed Obamas are now up to something else. They are reported by WND and MV Times to be seeking to install an enormous commercial propane tank of 2,500 gallons on their property on the Atlantic Resort Island.
The request the Obamas made of the select board of the town of Edgarton, Massachusetts is considered “unprecedented” by the board members.
One board member, Arthur Smadbeck, is quoted as saying the local authority body never actually had a request for the installation of a “private propane tank.”
Another board member, Michael Donaroma, said a propane tank for a private residence would typically be a “fraction” of the size the Obamas are asking for.
Why is Obama installing a $75,000. Commercial Propane Tank on his property? Going off the grid? Why not solar or windmills? What does Obama know?
— truth pilot (@cannedsoupagain) June 14, 2022
Don't get it twisted! The rich are the ultimate preppers. Obama order a 25,000 gallon propane tank to be installed. That's size of a bus.
— Dr. K-Loe Black (@KLOEBLACK) June 14, 2022
Why is Barack Hussein Obama getting an industrial size propane tank at the cost of $75 Thousand dollars installed in his Hamptons compound right before Joe Biden cuts power to American citizens across the country?
Why is #Obama going off grid?
— Saffron🌾 (@saffron_back) June 14, 2022
— candidcomment (@capecodsales) June 14, 2022
Obama agrees with his Democratic policies coming from WH!
He just put in a 2500 gallon propane tank at his home! Today's cost per gallon today= $2.33
2.33 x 2500= 5825.00 per fill
That's all good … but why not SOLAR PANELS?? pic.twitter.com/yPxQNCufz5
— My VOTE COUNTS (@MyVOTECOUNTS10) June 14, 2022
No Cost Worries For Wealthy Obamas
The report notes a home at a location such as Martha’s Vineyard could be expected to have a back-up power generator.
However, the size of the 2,500-gallon installation the Obamas are craving is striking; its price tag is $75,000.
It is also noted that propane gas is going to be more expensive, with households relying on natural gas expecting a 54% price increase over the next 12 months.
The giant propane tank installation at the Obama mansion is hardly going to be environment-friendly, even if natural gas may yield fewer emissions, compared to oil and coal.
In spite of Obama’s frequent eco-preaching over the years, his family is hardly a friend of the environment, if only taking into account the huge number of private jets that arrived to Martha’s Vineyard last year for his scandalous jubilee bash.
Against that backdrop, it still remains a mystery as to what the Obamas need their apocalypse-grade gas tank for.
Meanwhile, Sasha Obama, the family’s younger daughter, was photographed filling her gas tank at a gas station in LA.
Sasha Obama, dressed in a weird “multi-colored ensemble”, was getting fuel at a Mobile gas station at where Regular Unleaded cost $7.69, Special Unleaded was at $7.79, and Super+ Unleaded went for $7.89.
Even as LA and California have some of the highest gas prices in the nation, the Obama daughters hardly feel the pain at the pump that most Americans do.
Sasha Obama looks glum as she fills her tank with gas in Los Angeles https://t.co/eumlx66F76
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) June 14, 2022
— Doodles 🇺🇸 🐕 (@DoodlesTrks) June 13, 2022
Sasha Obama does NOT drive an EV ⛽️🛢️
Subaru Outback, an SUV that starts at $27,645 for a base 2022 model and goes up to $40,645 for the highest-end option. 18.5 gallon tank, which means the price of filling it up completely would have been over $142 for regular fuel pic.twitter.com/vnpI2gloFe
— Joni Job (@jj_talking) June 13, 2022