Biden Admin Considering Another Pipeline Shutdown as Gas Prices Soar

The White House has announced another potential pipeline shutdown as Biden continues his attack on America.

“There is a review and we’re waiting,” White House deputy press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said during Monday’s daily press briefing.

A decision has not yet been made, but she did confirm the study was taking place regarding an upcoming decision.

The Line 5 pipeline travels through the Straits of Makinac in Michigan.

Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer had previously ordered the pipeline’s shutdown, but the pipeline continues to operate as legal proceedings continue.

If stopped, it would not be the first pipeline project Biden has ended. During his first week in office, the president signed an executive order to end construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

The plan also stands out as Biden has given approval to a controversial Russian pipeline and has begged OPEC nations to increase oil production in a mixed up combination that puts Americans last rather than first.

The questions eventually became too much for Jean-Pierre, who eventually chose to move on as she was put in the impossible situation of explaining why Biden would make a move that threatens to harm American fuel prices even more.

You have to see it to believe it in the latest video from Biden’s disastrous administration.


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