Laid Off Pipeline Worker Rips Joe Biden For One Big Reason

America will never forget Joe Biden’s mistakes

The US President made a lot of people angry with the decisions he made in the first month of his presidency. Millions of people are living in agony and despair.

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Jason Jernigan is one of them. The veteran pipeline worker got laid off in February after Biden administration shut down the Keystone XL Pipeline project on his first day in the Oval Office. This was Biden’s attempt to fight a “climate crisis.” Jernigan delivered a strong message for Biden.

Biden’s administration has taken the livelihood from him. Simple as that. It doesn’t get any worse than this.

The project was supposed to offer jobs to 11,000 people. However, Biden’s executive order will cut those jobs.

“The recent administration has taken my livelihood from me and is expecting me to get a job somewhere else. I’ve got my whole life invested in this,” Jernigan, 45, said in a video Monday on Fox News.

“I’ve been pipelining for 21 years. This is all I know to do.”

Jernigan had an interview with “America’s Newsroom.” He said he was a third-generation oil and gas worker with decades of experience as a union pipeliner. The poor man had a good salary and now it’s gone. He has to get used to whatever job he was offered.

“I spent my whole life learning this craft and this skill, and it’s not as easy as somebody might think or people might think to just start all over at 45 years old,” he said.

“I guess I could possibly get a job as a greeter at Walmart. I don’t know.”

In 2020, Jernigan worked on the Keystone XL Pipeline. Donald Trump authorized the project and Jernigan was set to start working next month.

Biden entered the White House and his executive orders left people hungry.

John Kerry said energy workers who get laid off should never worry because they will be able to get new jobs in the new “green economy.”

Kerry said solar power technicians have the fastest-growing job in the US.

“The choice of doing the solar power one now is a better choice,” he said. “[Oil and gas workers] have been fed the notion that somehow dealing with climate is coming at their expense. No, it’s not.”

According to Jernigan, it’s a false narrative.

“First of all, I haven’t been offered a job in the solar panels industry and I haven’t been sent an application or a phone number or anything,” he said.

“And secondly, I mean, I’ve done the research. If I went to work for the solar panel right now, I would be taking a $35-an-hour pay cut and lose my benefits and retirement.”

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz criticized Kerry for his comments on blue-collar union workers.

“What an arrogant, out-of-touch statement for a centimillionaire to say,” Cruz told Fox News in January.

“Quelle surprise that the Democratic elites have decided that blue-collar workers — that union members, that men and women with calluses on their hands — they’ve made the wrong choices, in John Kerry’s words.”

Trump discussed Biden’s energy policies in his speech. He believes that Biden’s efforts will turn this country into a big mess.

“The Biden policies are a massive win for other oil-producing countries and a massive loss for the United States and our great citizens,” the former president said Sunday at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Florida

“So enjoy that when you go to the pump and they’ll say that’d be about $200 to fill up your van.”

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Source: Western Journalism

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