The Biden-Harris regime is handing the keys to one-fifth of the United States’ land area or almost 500 Million acres of land along with 70k employees and the regulatory power to break America’s oil industry to… Rep. Deb Haaland. The same Deb Haaland won acclaim from progressives by joining the “Water protectors” who violently protested the Dakota Access Pipeline and also breathlessly supports the Green New Deal. On the heels of the Biden-Harris regime torpedoing the Keystone XL Pipeline, the American Energy industry is in serious trouble.
She’ll Enforce Biden’s Anti-Fracking, Anti-Pipeline, Agenda
Senators Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) joined Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) citing concerns about “the radical climate agenda the Congresswoman has vocally supported.” according to Forbes. Even after saying that she agreed it was “high time” that a native American woman served as secretary of the Interior.
“Secretaries have an incredible amount of power to make decisions on how an Administration’s agenda gets implemented. Based on her own public statements and actions, Deb Haaland is more radical in her positions than President Biden.” She added, “none of these facts are particularly encouraging to folks in Wyoming and the west, who will be devastated by the policies that Congresswoman Haaland plans to champion.”
Senator Maria Cantwell (D-WA) even pointed out what is obvious to conservatives, she said “I almost feel like your nomination is this proxy fight about the future of fossil fuels,” Cantwell said.
In spite of her repeated quotes during her hearing that Joe Biden is not opposed to Fracking and it was his agenda she would be forwarding, Congresswoman Haaland’s opinions regarding Fracking are extreme enough to bear serious concern that she couldn’t be objective in considering it.
“Fracking is a danger to the air we breathe and water we drink,” she wrote in 2017, the year before she was elected to Congress. “The auctioning off of our land for fracking and drilling serves only to drive profits to the few.” Wrote the Wall Street Journal.
Senator John Cornyn (R-TX) responded with alarm to the radical environmentalist set to take over our Interior Department. While the mainstream media trumpets this as a grand moment when the first Native American member of the Cabinet will be confirmed by the Senate, anyone with a concern for fuel prices and overall energy costs for the next decade would do well to be very, very concerned.
Interior secretary nominee has joined pipeline protests and opposed fracking https://t.co/IDFBD1bOgk
— Senator John Cornyn (@JohnCornyn) February 15, 2021