Former Keystone XL Pipeline Employee: We Warned You

We are in the midst of a gasoline crisis in this country.

Sadly, it is a crisis is that is of the doing of the current administration.

A former employee on the now-dead Keystone XL Pipeline project is pouring salt in the wound, saying they “tried to warn” Biden of how big a mistake canceling the project would be.

You Were Warned

Most people don’t seem to realize how big a part of national security energy is.

It was one of the significant reasons that Trump wanted to make the country energy-independent.

When you don’t have to rely on other countries for energy, you cannot be held hostage, such as Russia is attempting to do now.

Under Trump, we were a net exporter of energy, something we can no longer claim to be.

Neal Crabtree, who is one of the employees that worked on the project, stated, “We tried to warn this administration back when they canceled the Keystone Pipeline” that it was also “canceling national security, foreign policy and energy.

“They all kinda go hand-in-hand.”

He continued, “Since Putin began his military buildup on Ukrainian borders – just since then – the price of gas at pumps in America went up 75 cents.

“And with this action it’s going to go up further.”

On the freeze of new leases, Crabtree stated, “There’s no energy company [that’s] gonna spend the money to develop a new lease if they can’t build a pipeline to move the project.”

He concluded, “We’re not saying don’t build windmills or solar farms. Start building them, have fun.

“But right now, this country runs on oil and gas, and it makes no sense for the Americans to suffer higher prices for it.”

It is like everyone can see these problems developing except Joe Biden.

Unfortunately, he is the one calling the shots right now.

Source: Fox News


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