‘I did that’ Biden stickers create headaches for gas station workers
As gasoline prices skyrocket, drivers are targeting President Joe Biden at the pump.
Stickers of a finger-pointing Biden with the words “I did that!” have been appearing on fuel pumps across the country, including here in Minnesota.
Over the last month, the stickers have been seen at Stockmen’s Truck Stop in South St. Paul.
“Now it’s like almost an everyday thing,” said Hajra Akram, a cashier at Stockmen’s Truck Stop. “The minute they pile up and it’s like, ‘Oh, I got to take time from out of being here and scrape it off first.’ So, you know, just keep it off of there — maybe put it on your own car on the back.”
The Minnesota Service Station and Convenience Store Association, which represents more than 300 gas stations in Minnesota, issued a statement to 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS on the stickers:
“Retailers in the fueling industry don’t like high gas prices just like everyone else. As for the President Biden ‘I did that’ decals that may be attached to fueling dispensers, fueling retailers continue removing these decals as fast as they are placed by a third-party individual,” said Lance Klatt, executive director of the Minnesota Service Station and Convenience Store Association. “A retail business is no place for politics.”