As wokeism surrounds us all, pedojoe finally had to admit he cancelled tens of thousands of jobs to help the economy and supply needed income to those "damned little red and brown people" that don't matter to the sheep. In a quietly posted report, this is where racism rears its ugly head. By cutting money in January when people need to heat their homes in the Northern Tier, the left did their due diligence of making more workers subject to the whims of the government. This as no one on this site has to worry about deciding if their family eats or doesn't freeze. These
are were good paying jobs with benefits for workers and families. If you've ever worked or know folks who work in construction, a two year job is extremely big job and can help the workers and their families for years afterwards.
Biden Administration Admits Keystone Cancellation Cost Tens of Thousands of Jobs
The Biden administration has released a congressionally required report on the jobs impact of the president’s decision to cancel the Keystone XL Pipeline, which reveals a failed opportunity to create tens of thousands of jobs.
The report (pdf) [cited] was published without fanfare in late December by the Department of Energy (DOE) after being mandated to do so by provisions in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which required the agency to evaluate how many jobs would have been created absent Biden’s decision to axe the pipeline.
Biden signed an executive order on his first day in office that halted the Keystone XL project, saying the pipeline “disserves the U.S. national interest” as its construction and operation would be inconsistent with his administration’s larger agenda to tackle a “climate crisis.”
The report concludes that, had Biden not cancelled Keystone XL, the project would have created around 50 permanent jobs once the pipeline became operational and between 16,149 and 59,469 temporary jobs each year over a two-year period of construction.
The DOE said, however, that it believes the upper bound of 59,469 overstates the job creation potential of the project as this number includes jobs in Canada and sections of the Keystone pipeline that were outside the XL segment.
The report cites the final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement from 2014 that estimated the Keystone XL pipeline project would support a total of 42,100 jobs (direct and indirect) and create roughly 3,900 direct construction jobs in Montana, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Kansas over what was expected to be two years of construction. These areas are in poverty- riddled areas of "reservations" (places whites consider(ed) not fit to live in). Typically poor, with some of the highest alcohol, drug, and sexual assaults and abuse in the nation. But I guess no one is "making them" do these things, so it's their fault.