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Huh? Dem says Trump policy to allow ‘Saudi Arabia, Russia’ to build pipelines into US

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Speaking on RT News, Nebraska Democrat Party Leader Jane Kleeb says that Donald Trump’s pipeline approval polices are “obviously very dangerous” claiming that Saudi Arabia or Russia could build pipelines straight into the United States. Kleeb: “He’s being reckless.”

DEMOCRAT PARTY CHAIR JANE KLEEB: “Trump is saying that he is going to get rid of the executive order that requires the State Department to review any pipeline that crosses our U.S. border. And, that’s obviously very dangerous because if he does that, that means that a pipeline from Saudi Arabia, Russia, whoever, that wants to cross into the United States, would literally have no federal oversight, no review, no environmental review. No federal agency right now other than the State Department reviews those pipelines when it crosses one of our borders. So he’s being reckless.”

RT America
December 1, 2016

11 COMMENTS

  1. This is beyond lame! A pipeline from Saudi Arabia – is she not aware of thousands of miles of very deep ocean in-between our countries? Or Russia, which is close enough to be doable, but to what end. Russia has lots of oil and Alaska has lots of oil – no need for pipelines there! This is just some disgruntled loser Democrat who is still in shock because no one in her party could see past the end of their noses and lost the election. I wonder how long this democratic gum flapping is going to continue?

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  2. Does this woman have any idea exactly how ridiculous she is? She sounds as stupid as the democrat congressman who believed that Guam would tip over if the US put more troops there. Exactly how does she think Saudi Arabia, or Russia could build these pipelines? Any pipeline that could be built from either one of these countries would be hailed as new wonders of the world. Of course neither country could, or would afford to build such an engineering feat.

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  3. *SMH* Pretty sure they would still be required to meet any other regulations or stamps of approval that other pipelines must meet. I hardly think that the Saudis or Russia are going to be coming over here to build pipelines – because Trump is for the U.S. first, leases for mining will go to American companies – we’re not going to be allowing others to come in and lease like they did under Obama. (I believe there was a mine lease by a foreign company in Arizona – and there was concern by Native Americans that it would be happening on sacred land – what happened with that?)

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