|Not-impeached: Pelosi didn't forward the articles.|
Thursday, January 2, 2020
Keystone oil spill? Impeach? (comedy)
Jimmy Dore (jimmydorecomedy.com), "Jake Tapper" (Mike MacCrae); Eds., Wisdom Quarterly
The Keystone Oil Pipeline by TransCanada (now "TC Energy") has spilled 10 times worse than previously reported -- even though TransCanada said this could never happen at all. It would never spilled. It spilled almost right away, just as the Native American Water Protectors warned. But what about that fake Democratic impeachment Rep. Nancy Pelosi won't forward to the Senate? It is good to impeach a madman, but it's even better if the Democrats are not on the side of our single-system Money Party backing Pres. Trump. There is no effective opposition, even in the face of all of Rep. Adam Schiff's face time on the news and in the House of Representatives.
Keystone XL oil pipeline spills oil because of course it does
(The Damage Report, 11/3/19) Part of the Keystone dirty oil (tar sands sludge) pipeline was shut down after a second major oil spill. John Iadarola and Brett Erlich break it down.
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(EcoWatch.com, 11/1/19) "Environmentalists were outraged but not at all surprised to learn Thursday that the Keystone pipeline sprung yet another massive leak, this time spilling 383,000 gallons of crude oil in North Dakota.
"I wish I could say I was shocked, but a major spill from the Keystone pipeline is exactly what multiple experts predicted would happen," Greenpeace USA Senior Research Specialist Tim Donaghy said in a statement.
"In fact, this is the fourth significant spill from the Keystone pipeline in less than ten years of operation. History has shown us time and again that there is no safe way to transport fossil fuels, and pipelines are no exception."
As 350.org Founder Bill McKibben tweeted in response to the leak, "It happens over and over and over and over and over."
The latest Keystone spill was first detected Tuesday night by TC Energy (formerly TransCanada), the pipeline's owner, and the extent of the damage to the surrounding areas is not yet known to the public.