When Biden took office, he was desperate to please his Deep State masters and radical base by killing any progress that President Trump made, no matter much damage it did to our country.
So his first order of business: demolishing the Keystone Xl Pipeline, along with thousands of American and Canadian jobs.
All on his first day.
But, TC Energy, the company responsible for the construction of the pipeline is not going down without a fight.
“TC Energy will be seeking to recover more than US$15 billion in damages that it has suffered as a result of the U.S. Government’s breach of its NAFTA obligations,” the company said in a press release.The Gateway Pundit
The Keystone pipeline was a project that would have transported oil from Canada to America, so the North American energy sector could be stronger. It also had the benefit of protecting the environment.
When Biden signed the executive order canceling Keystone XL, Texas and Montana led 21 States in suing Biden.
Now that a private company is suing Biden, we may see some support for the workers who lost their jobs.
They’re certainly not going to get it from Biden’s White House.