South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) recently spoke about the Biden Administration’s decision to stop the building of the Keystone XL Pipeline and what it’s done to the hard working people of her state.
According to Breitbart, Noem stated, “We talked about this before the November election that the policies that Biden was embracing were going to impact everyday families.”
“When he canceled the Keystone pipeline, it was devastating for South Dakota,” Noem added. “We lost jobs immediately. We had families that had invested in expanding their hotels, their restaurants, their gas stations getting ready for the build-out. We had pumping stations that were already built. And we needed the lower energy prices and the stability and safety that the pipeline was going to provide. So, it was the wrong policy to cancel the pipeline. Wrong for people, wrong for safety and wrong for the environment.”
Noem also added that the decision to cancel the pipeline immediately killed 11,000 jobs and has affected around 60,000 more.
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