• Washington Post Admits Biden Killed 11,000 Construction Jobs On Day One In =?ISO-8859-1?Q?=91Fact-Check=92?= Hitting Ted Cruz

    From Ubiquitous@weberm@polaris.net to alt.tv.pol-incorrect,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,alt.politics.media,alt.politics.miserable-failure,alt.politics.usa on Tue Jan 26 18:20:04 2021
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    In a fact-check hitting Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), the left-leaning
    Washington Post admitted that President Joe Biden killed about 11,000 construction jobs on his first day in office by canceling the Keystone
    XL pipeline contract.

    The Post gave Cruz two Pinocchios for his statement asserting as
    much, noting that the jobs killed are construction jobs, and therefore temporary. Because Cruz didnt include that the jobs were temporary
    and not permanent, he was supposedly misleading the public, the Post rationalized.

    In response, Cruz highlighted Tuesday that all construction jobs are in
    effect temporary, criticizing the Post for belittling the loss of construction jobs.

    Cruz cited a real estimate of approximately 11,000 jobs, but he left
    out that they were all temporary, the Post concluded. In the same
    report, the State Department said the Keystone XL pipeline, if built,
    would require only 35 to 50 permanent positions.

    The missing context is key here, obscuring half the story. Cruz earns
    Two Pinocchios.

    Cruz captioned the fact check: WaPo (Washington Post) confirms that
    YES, on his 1st day in office, Joe Biden destroyed 11,000 jobs
    (including 8,000 union jobs). But, it says, theyre construction jobs
    so are only temporary.

    ALL construction jobs are temporary, the Republican emphasized.
    Presidents still shouldnt destroy them.

    https://twitter.com/tedcruz/status/1354066347098046469

    As reported by The Daily Wire on Thursday, Canadian lawmakers,
    including the countrys prime minister, expressed outrage over Bidens
    move to rescind a permit for a pipeline to transport oil from Canada to
    the Gulf Coast.

    Biden took office on Wednesday and, as one of his first acts,
    rescinded approval for the Keystone XL pipeline that former President
    Donald Trump had green-lighted in 2017, Tim Pearce reported. The
    pipeline has long been a target of environmental activists and
    Democratic politicians looking to stop the use of fossil fuels.

    While we welcome the Presidents commitment to fight climate change,
    we are disappointed but acknowledge the Presidents decision to fulfill
    his election campaign promise on Keystone XL, Prime Minister Justin
    Trudeau said in a statement.

    Canada is the single-largest supplier of energy to the United States, contributing to U.S. energy security and economic competitiveness, and supporting thousands of jobs on both sides of the border, Trudeau
    added. Workers in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and across Canada will always
    have our support.

    Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said he was deeply disturbed by Bidens decision to stop work on the $8 billion project, Pearce noted. Kenney
    had threatened legal action earlier in the week after reports of
    Bidens intent to kill the pipeline surfaced.

    The Daily Wires Ryan Saavedra highlighted backlash over Bidens move
    from across the nation, on Monday:

    Josh Senk, general manager of Michels Corporation, slammed
    Biden during a press conference in Wisconsin, saying, The
    recent actions of President Joe Biden, the Executive Order
    halting the construction of the Keystone pipeline has effected
    Michels, thousands of union trade members across the country,
    and hundreds of guys that specifically work in Wisconsin.

    Senk later said that hundreds of guys have already been laid
    off.

    The Associated Press noted that local leaders in New Mexico
    were worried about the impact that Bidens decision would have
    on their state and leaders in Utah have asked Biden to
    reconsider his decision.

    During his inauguration, President Biden spoke about bringing
    our nation together. Eliminating drilling on public lands will
    cost thousands of New Mexicans their jobs and destroy whats
    left of our states economy, Carlsbad Mayor Dale Janway told
    the AP. How does that bring us together? Environmental efforts
    should be fair and well-researched, not knee-jerk mandates
    that just hurt an already impoverished state.

    Native American tribes have also reportedly been angered by
    Bidens decision to cancel the pipeline.

    #WhatLiberalMedia

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  • From BeamMeUpScotty@NOT-SURE@ideocracy.gov to alt.tv.pol-incorrect,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,alt.politics.media,alt.politics.miserable-failure,alt.politics.usa on Wed Jan 27 08:40:49 2021
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    On 1/26/21 6:20 PM, Ubiquitous wrote:
    In a “fact-check” hitting Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), the left-leaning Washington Post admitted that President Joe Biden killed about 11,000 construction jobs on his first day in office by canceling the Keystone
    XL pipeline contract.

    The Post gave Cruz “two Pinocchios” for his statement asserting as
    much, noting that the jobs killed are construction jobs, and therefore “temporary.” Because Cruz didn’t include that the jobs were “temporary”
    and not permanent, he was supposedly misleading the public, the Post rationalized.

    In response, Cruz highlighted Tuesday that all construction jobs are in effect “temporary,” criticizing the Post for belittling the loss of construction jobs.

    “Cruz cited a real estimate of approximately 11,000 jobs, but he left
    out that they were all temporary,” the Post concluded. “In the same report, the State Department said the Keystone XL pipeline, if built,
    would require only 35 to 50 permanent positions.”

    “The missing context is key here, obscuring half the story. Cruz earns
    Two Pinocchios.”

    Cruz captioned the fact check: “WaPo (Washington Post) confirms that
    YES, on his 1st day in office, Joe Biden destroyed 11,000 jobs
    (including 8,000 union jobs). But, it says, they’re construction jobs
    so are only temporary.”

    “ALL construction jobs are temporary,” the Republican emphasized. “Presidents still shouldn’t destroy them.”

    https://twitter.com/tedcruz/status/1354066347098046469

    As reported by The Daily Wire on Thursday, Canadian lawmakers,
    including the country’s prime minister, expressed outrage over Biden’s move to rescind a permit for a pipeline to transport oil from Canada to
    the Gulf Coast.

    “Biden took office on Wednesday and, as one of his first acts,
    rescinded approval for the Keystone XL pipeline that former President
    Donald Trump had green-lighted in 2017,” Tim Pearce reported. “The pipeline has long been a target of environmental activists and
    Democratic politicians looking to stop the use of fossil fuels.”

    “While we welcome the President’s commitment to fight climate change,
    we are disappointed but acknowledge the President’s decision to fulfill
    his election campaign promise on Keystone XL,” Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in a statement.

    “Canada is the single-largest supplier of energy to the United States, contributing to U.S. energy security and economic competitiveness, and supporting thousands of jobs on both sides of the border,” Trudeau
    added. “Workers in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and across Canada will always have our support.”

    “Alberta Premier Jason Kenney said he was ‘deeply disturbed’ by Biden’s
    decision to stop work on the $8 billion project,” Pearce noted. “Kenney had threatened legal action earlier in the week after reports of
    Biden’s intent to kill the pipeline surfaced.”

    The Daily Wire’s Ryan Saavedra highlighted backlash over Biden’s move from across the nation, on Monday:

    Josh Senk, general manager of Michels Corporation, slammed
    Biden during a press conference in Wisconsin, saying, “The
    recent actions of President Joe Biden, the Executive Order
    halting the construction of the Keystone pipeline has effected
    Michels, thousands of union trade members across the country,
    and hundreds of guys that specifically work in Wisconsin.”

    Senk later said that “hundreds of guys” have already been laid
    off.

    The Associated Press noted that local leaders in New Mexico
    were worried about the impact that Biden’s decision would have
    on their state and leaders in Utah have asked Biden to
    reconsider his decision.

    “During his inauguration, President Biden spoke about bringing
    our nation together. Eliminating drilling on public lands will
    cost thousands of New Mexicans their jobs and destroy what’s
    left of our state’s economy,” Carlsbad Mayor Dale Janway told
    the AP. “How does that bring us together? Environmental efforts
    should be fair and well-researched, not knee-jerk mandates
    that just hurt an already impoverished state.”

    Native American tribes have also reportedly been angered by
    Biden’s decision to cancel the pipeline.

    #WhatLiberalMedia

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    Trump won.

    Did they mention the trickle down job killing, all the support jobs and
    the other jobs in the areas where the pipe is to be laid.....











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  • From NoBody@NoBody@noplace.com to alt.tv.pol-incorrect,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,alt.politics.media,alt.politics.miserable-failure,alt.politics.usa on Wed Jan 27 12:17:26 2021
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    On 1/26/2021 3:20 PM, Ubiquitous wrote:
    In a “fact-check” hitting Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), the left-leaning Washington Post admitted that President Joe Biden killed about 11,000 construction jobs on his first day in office by canceling the Keystone
    XL pipeline contract.

    The Post gave Cruz “two Pinocchios” for his statement asserting as
    much, noting that the jobs killed are construction jobs, and therefore “temporary.” Because Cruz didn’t include that the jobs were “temporary”
    and not permanent, he was supposedly misleading the public, the Post rationalized.

    The jobs were bogus make-work jobs of the kind that supposedly "free marketeer"
    Republiscums usually decry.

    Someone is going to decapitate you shitbag.
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