Right here is a clear-cut example of what we need to do as Americans to take our country back from the Marxists who are trying to turn us into a communist nation.
If we can get people to step up to the plate and do this over and over, we'll get our country back from the liberals.
One of Joe Biden's first acts of business after being sworn in on January 20th was to kill off as many American jobs as he could and make an effort to make us dependent on foreign oil once again.
I'm, of course, speaking of his killing of the Keystone XL pipeline. This was a move that killed tens of thousands of jobs in a single day with no replacement jobs for them.
The administration, and Jen Psaki specifically like to talk about these "green jobs" that they can get instead, but they're not even ready. What are they doing in the meantime besides struggling to provide for their families?
Well, many aren't taking this lying down and as of the time of this writing, a total of 23 states have banded together to sue the Biden administration over the Executive Order that killed the Keystone XL pipeline.
Two more attorneys general have announced their respective states are joining a lawsuit against the Biden administration and its “illegal” cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline.
“The Constitution is clear that presidents do not have the power to regulate foreign and interstate commerce or to unilaterally undo an act of Congress,” said Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen, announcing that Alaska and Florida are joining the legal fight.
In the statement, Knudsen said U.S. consumers would benefit the most by the construction of the pipeline — and are subsequently hurt the most by its cancellation.
“The fallout from the Colonial pipeline cyberattack made it very clear that we need more energy infrastructure, not less. The Keystone XL would get more oil, including Montana oil, to American refineries to be sold to American consumers,” he said.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody and Alaska Attorney General Treg Taylor were added to a complaint filed with the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas on Thursday, bringing the total number of states in the lawsuit to 23.
You never really hear about how these sort of things turn out because the media tries to cover them up, but this one I think could be different. I think if we see the reopening of the Keystone XL pipeline, that would definitely be a sign that the Biden administration lost. We'll keep you updated on the matter as news developes.