Rep. Bob Latta (OH) tweeted:
“Defending freedom is going to cost.” – @POTUS
If only this admin had prioritized North American energy instead of canceling the Keystone XL pipeline, greenlighting Russia’s Nord Stream 2 pipeline & spending $17 billion on Russian-made energy – funding Putin’s attack on Ukraine.
Rep. Matt Rosendale (MT) tweeted:
President Biden cancelled the Keystone XL pipeline on his first day in office, his administration has blocked permits for energy development, and any new onshore or offshore leases have yet to be issued.
American’s are suffering the consequences of Biden’s anti-energy agenda.
Rep. Debbie Lesko (AZ) tweeted:
According to the Biden Administration, canceling the Keystone XL Pipeline didn’t harm our domestic energy production and didn’t make us more dependent on Russia.
FACT CHECK: The Keystone XL Pipeline could have safely transferred over 800,000 barrels of oil each day!
Senator Marsha Blackburn (TN) tweeted:
Actions speak louder than words, @JoeBiden. Open the Keystone Pipeline and make America energy independent again!
Senator Bill Hagerty (TN) tweeted:
This inflation is being felt by EVERY American, & the Biden Administration’s war on American energy started it. The way to fix this right now is for Joe Biden to come out & say today that we’re going to reopen the Keystone XL Pipeline & start drilling again here in America.
Rep. Tim Burchett (TN) tweeted:
In case you were wondering who shut the Keystone pipeline down it was the @POTUS.
Rep. Scott Fitzgerald (WI) tweeted:
While President Biden deflects blame for high gas prices, small businesses in Wisconsin are stuck with the consequences of our diminishing energy independence. Biden must boost domestic energy production…let’s start with finishing the Keystone Pipeline!
Rep. Mark Green (TN) tweeted:
The solution to America’s energy dependence issue is really quite simple.
➡️ End Biden’s federal freeze on new oil/gas projects.
➡️ Stop the regulatory assault on U.S. energy development.
➡️ Continue building the Keystone XL pipeline.