Environmentalists may have cheered when President Biden pulled the plug on the Keystone XL pipeline, but his decision is sparking concerns of a greater calamity down the tracks as the risks associated with transporting Canadian crude oil by rail start to pile up.
“Biden is trying to be a ‘green’ hero, but if he truly cared about the environment, he would have left the pipeline in place,” South Dakota resident Pete Nestle told the Washington Examiner. “It’s a hell of a lot more dangerous to move oil by rail. It isn’t rocket science. What he did was purely political.”
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