Video: Interview with Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski

Recently, Jeff Landfield sat down with Senator Lisa Murkowski (R – Alaska) for an in studio interview. He asks her about the one-year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol riot, former President Donald Trump’s odd conditional endorsement of Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy (R – Alaska), the federal infrastructure bill, and what’s happening in D.C. You can see the full interview here:

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Richie Romero
2 years ago

Jeff, the fiddle.

Neil Akana
2 years ago

Solid – she has mine and many like me – support!

2 years ago

It almost sounds like Murkowski blames the President for the change in the American oil Industry…from net exporter to net importer. And yet, we know it takes years to get oil production online. Are we expected to believe that suppression of the Willow project has resulted in large imports of Russian oil? Surely the US has been on a trajectory towards more imports for several years. It would be interesting to get to the true causes of US petroleum import/export.

All in all an interesting interview.

Last edited 2 years ago by tom
Justin Michesloff
2 years ago
Reply to  tom

Tom, You have unwittingly, yet clearly defined exactly what is happening and what has happened both in Alaska and nationally. The current president has very effectively stopped US energy independence and has, yet again, made us and our economy dependent on our OPEC enemies. Surely anyone with any interest in state or national politics can see that. To stay on the current trajectory leads only to both Alaskan and US decline in the energy sector and overall economy. Unfortunately, Ms. Murkowski has failed Alaskans by being complicit in key positional appointments of folks that do not have Alaskan or US… Read more »

2 years ago
Reply to  tom

Are we expected to believe that suppression of the Willow project has resulted in large imports of Russian oil? From a Bloomberg Businessweek article dated March 24, 2021 (59 days after Biden took office): “Deprived of access to Venezuelan crude by U.S. sanctions on the regime of Nicol├ís Maduro, and facing reduced shipments from OPEC nations since the cartel cut output, U.S. refiners turned to Russian oil in 2020 to fill the gap. The buying spree, combined with sharply lower Saudi shipments, catapulted Russia into the position of third-largest oil supplier to the U.S. last year. Lisa knows all of… Read more »

Last edited 2 years ago by turbodigits