Lieutenant Governor Winsome Sears is blaming Biden for leaving the American people hanging on gas prices.

Sears recently sat down with Fox News Digital for an exclusive interview on a wide range of topics, ranging from gas prices to the Biden administration’s deadly Afghanistan withdrawal, following her welcome remarks at the Christians United for Israel (CUFI) Summit in Arlington, Virginia, Monday during which she reiterated the United States, and the commonwealth’s, commitment to supporting Israel. CUFI, which has over 10 million members, is the largest Christian organization supportive of Israel in the United States and has the support of top political leaders including former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Vice President Mike Pence and current leaders in Congress.

Sears called Biden’s recent foreign trip to Israel and Saudi Arabia “troubling,” saying “I just feel like we’ve lost our way in America.”

“And then the fact that [Biden] is begging the Saudis to produce more oil when we can do that here very well. We were net oil producers, oil exporters, and now here we are begging another country, no matter the country, to produce more oil. We have no authority to do that in another country, so why doesn’t the president open up our fields here?”

The Sears also spoke about the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, as 1-year mark approaches in August. Sears, a marine veteran, said that Biden must “take responsibility” for his actions and the damage that ensued out of the exit from Afghanistan, including damage to service members’ mental health.

“We’ve lost a lot of Marine blood on that field,” said Sears. “And there are natural minerals, natural rare earth minerals that China is now taking advantage of that they didn’t fight for. We were the ones who helped to stabilize the country, and we get no benefit from that.”

She also noted that there are many Afghan refugees in Virginia and the state’s leadership, led by Governor Glenn Youngkin, is committed to helping them.

“And we got quite a few of the Afghan folks here in Virginia. And we’re going to make sure that they’re helped because we have to keep our promises to them, otherwise our name is mud in the world,” continued Sears.

She went on to say that the Biden administration must be more transparent in order to win back voters in the 2022 midterms.

“Elections are about how Americans are feeling and the confidence that they have in their leaders. The confidence that they have. And how their lives are being dictated by or not dictated by the government.”

“And hopefully then, President Biden will make a decision to change course, as another former president did. And saying, well, we got a shellacking, and it’s time to move on. We got a thumping. And presidents tend to do that. Let’s hope this president will stop the gaslighting by his administration.”

The full interview can be found here, where Sears also goes into detail about her thoughts on the fist-bump greeting exchanged between Biden and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, shortly after a declassified report blamed the crown prince for the death of Washington Post journalist and dissident Jamal Khashoggi.