Biden ‘does not care’ about small-town America, South Dakotans say: ‘If he did care, Keystone could be going’


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President Biden has been “absolutely worthless” and “has done nothing for us,” residents of a small South Dakota city say as their neighborhood continues to cope with the fallout from the Keystone XL Pipeline cancelation. 

“He does not care,” Paulette, a resident of Philip, instructed Each day Publish. “If he did care, Keystone would be going.”

Biden revoked the Keystone XL Pipeline’s constructing allow his first day in workplace over considerations about its potential impression on the local weather.

“Biden and his administration ran on Build Back Better, and, that is, from where I’m standing, a load of crap,” West Central Electrical Cooperative CEO Jeff Birkeland instructed Each day Publish. “I think his new slogan should be ‘butchering booming business.'”


Missed alternative

Birkeland stated the Keystone XL Pipleine was a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” for Philip, a city with a inhabitants of 779. The venture would have introduced unprecedented progress to their in any other case stagnant neighborhood, he instructed Each day Publish.

West Central, which is positioned in Philip, was one among three electrical co-ops in South Dakota engaged on substations for the Keystone pipeline.

West Central Electric Cooperative office in Philip, South Dakota 

West Central Electrical Cooperative workplace in Philip, South Dakota 

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Birkeland’s co-op had invested $9 million into the venture when Biden halted it after at some point in workplace, the vitality CEO instructed Fox. 

“He’s literally pulled the rug out from under us and killed our economy,” Birkeland stated. 

Paulette instructed Each day Publish the impact of Biden’s choice to cancel the pipeline “was huge. He got no love from this area.”

“There was going to be a lot of money coming in here to help our schools, help our community,” she continued. “It was going to be a good deal, and he trashed it.”


‘No common sense’

Duane Adair, supervisor of the city’s solely motel, the Motel West, stated: “There’s no common sense in making that decision to shut down pipelines – and then turn around and we have a problem with not having enough oil.”

Motel West in Philip, South Dakota 

Motel West in Philip, South Dakota 
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“Do you really think that old sleepy Joe Biden gives one wit about an oil spill? No, he doesn’t,” Adair stated, referring to Biden’s citing environmental considerations as his reasoning behind canceling the Keystone Pipeline.

“Do you really think that old sleepy Joe Biden gives one wit about an oil spill? No, he doesn’t.” 

— Duane Adair, South Dakota motel supervisor

“The helicopter that he rides, Air Force One, the vehicles that he transports in, I bet none of them are electric,” Adair continued. “I bet he’s not on green energy.”

‘We get skipped a lot’

White Home press secretary Jen Psaki was requested by Each day Publish’ Peter Doocy on Thursday, “You guys are pushing electric vehicles today. This is a president who talks about the power of our example. Does he own an electric vehicle?”

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“Presidents of the United States don’t do a lot of driving,” Psaki responded.

Philip is a small town in western South Dakota, about 86 miles east of Rapid City. (Daily Post)

Philip is a small city in western South Dakota, about 86 miles east of Speedy Metropolis. (Each day Publish)

One lifelong Philip resident, Rose, stated rural America usually feels unheard on the subject of the insurance policies popping out of Washington.

“I think we get skipped a lot,” she instructed Each day Publish.

Mike Albrecht, who’s left with an deserted man-camp meant to accommodate as much as 1,200 pipeline employees, shared the same sentiment. 

“It just seems like there’s no listening to the voices of small towns,” he instructed Each day Publish.

Paulette stated of Biden: “He’s done nothing for us. Absolutely worthless.”

Teny Sahakian is an Affiliate Producer/Author for Each day Publish. Comply with Teny on Twitter at @tenysahakian.


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