Donald Trump hasn’t been in office too long but he’s already well on his way to fulfilling his campaign promises. He’s put an end to Obama’s harmful executive orders, mandated a federal hiring freeze, and is moving forward with his plan for the wall. On top of all that, he signed the easements for both the Keystone XL and the Dakota Access Pipeline.
It’s all a part of his plan to put America First.
And as you would expect, liberals everywhere are losing their minds about it.
After years of having direct access to the White House, they’re having to adjust to the new order. But just because the left wing pet projects and radical activist goals are no longer endorsed by the sitting president, doesn’t mean they’re giving up.
Not at all. They’ve just moved their obstructionist protests elsewhere. This time, they’re in Louisiana.
Leftist agitators have lined up to stand against the Bayou Bridge Pipeline, using the same elitist talking points we saw last year in their opposition to DAPL. It didn’t work then, and it shouldn’t now.
If the results of the 2016 election proved anything, it’s that Americans are tired of being overrun by the extremist groups who work to undermine local interests and the American economy.
Louisiana should not tolerate out of state protestors coming in and telling them what is and isn’t good for the state — especially when those protesters are wrong!
The Bayou Bridge Pipeline is not only great for Louisiana, it’s great for America. It is exactly the kind of project President Trump supported throughout the campaign with his call for infrastructure investment.
The pipeline would add around $750 million to the economy and create approximately 2,500 construction jobs that would contribute much-needed revenue to the struggling communities along the pipeline route.
This would be a game-changer for both Louisiana and America’s economy. The profits generated from the project would provide an offset bigger than any tax-credit or stimulus Congress would come up with. And its biggest objectors are the sore losers of the 2016 election.
Louisianans still have a huge chance to make their voices heard at a public hearing this February 8th. They have a chance to stand with President Trump to prove that the decision-makers of the past have squashed the opinion of too many Americans for too long, it’s time to Make America Great Again and that means supporting necessary projects like the Bayou Bridge Pipeline.