The Army told Congress on Tuesday that it will allow the Dakota Access Pipeline to move forward, a move that comes shortly after President Trump issued an executive action that called on military officials to speed up their review process. Prairie Public Broadcasting reporter and Inside Energy Amy Sisk joins CBSN on the phone from North Dakota.
Michael Meyer: They had to allow it because everything was done correctly the ONLY thing that hindered it was Obama who knew it would be reversed as soon as he was out. This was the most stupid and wasteful protest that I can remember.
jennifer rader: It crosses the river twice! What dumbass thought that would be a good idea?
Brandon Burr: do some research! !! that tribe is starting crap cause they will no longer be getting money for the pipe going through there land like the others that settled for quite a bit of money.this one tribe got greaty.so now they get nothing cause its going under there land.its all about money!!!!! this pipe will be put in now or sometime down the road.but it will go in!!!! doesnt matter who's president! !!!!! it will go in cause we need the oil!!!
Future Isscary: Excellent. Now we can get that oil moving and help Trump's buddies make lots of money. Screw the environment, just think of the 35 to 50 jobs this will create. Will Trump hold a press conference to claim a great victory, and tout all those jobs he just created? At this rate in four years we may have, oh say 1,000 or more jobs added. Wow, hope that helps Trumpsters throughout the heartland. SAD and UNPRESIDENTED
john park: fuck the army fuck trump
Darrell Smith: well the pale face has done FUCK the Indians again
DamnitDaniel: Omg Liberals are so ignorant when it comes to the pipeline
Sonia Ahmed: Why the army what the army has to do with this? If they wan to create job they can create more jobs by taking this protect some were else because this is almost finish on this side they have money any ways .
Sonia Dyne: Typical because trumps administration dosnt care about the Native American and taking away there country theyhave lived in for years
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