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biden’s fossil fuel killer eo

friday, january 29th, 2021

Leftist-wacko climate activists are now running federal oil and gas permitting. America is truly fucked in the energy dependence sector, among many other. Over 11,000 union members on the beautifully-functioning Keystone XL Pipeline were laid-iff on Wednesday. They all endorsed and funded Lunchbucket Mentally-ill Joe and Kameltoe Hairass, and got screwed.

Any doubt that the Biden Administration plans to slowly regulate fossil fuels out of existence vanished this week. First came the Keystone XL pipeline kill, but perhaps more significant is the 60-day freeze on new leases on federal lands and bureaucratic permitting. The pause could soon become a long-term ban.

Federal lands account for about 22% of US oil production, 12% of natural gas and 40% of coal. When the Obama Administration slowed oil and gas permitting on federal land, drilling and exploration shifted to private land. The Biden Administration is shutting that down, too.

What does Slo-Joe Biden mean by 'unity'? Bullshit; the Leftist party has no intention of any 'unity'. They will continue to exert power until they dominate everyone and everything. It's call socialism, fascism and communism. Prove me wrong.

Start with the 60-day suspension on new leases on federal land. Producers in older oil and gas fields won’t be significantly affected, and many have already scaled back investment in places like California and Louisiana, while pouring more into shale. But shale fracking occurs in large part on federal land in western states, and it continually requires new leases and investment. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Colorado and 6-7 other states are truly fucked.

Federal land accounts for 52% of New Mexico’s oil production and 67% of its natural gas, as well as a sizable share of gas extraction in Colorado (42%), Utah (63%) and Wyoming (92%). A federal leasing ban would cost some 18,000 jobs in Colorado, 33,000 in Wyoming and 62,000 in New Mexico by 2022, according to the American Petroleum Institute.

States would also lose hundreds of millions of dollars of mineral royalties that are shared by the feds. Oil and gas revenue accounts for 20% of New Mexico’s budget. Downstream suppliers like fracking sand mines in Wisconsin and steel manufacturers in Pennsylvania would also be hit. Many tens-of-thousands of jobs, and billions, if not trillions of dollars, will be lost. Canada is going to sue us, for their billion/trillion investment lost in the abortedKeysone XL Pipeline; count on it.

The Biden Administration – makes me sick to even say that – has also essentially frozen new fossil-fuel investment on private land with an order prohibiting career officials from signing off on easements, right of ways, environmental reviews, and resource management plans for 60 days. This ensures nothing gets done until the Senate confirms his political appointees, who can then issue formal rules and regulation to shut down production.

Meanwhile, President Biden is tapping a deep well of mentally-ill, wacko green activists who don’t need Senate confirmation to run the Interior Department on a day-to-day basis. Consider Marissa Knodel, who will serve as a new adviser to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management. She's an incompetent, stupid, mentally-ill, lowife, dirtbag bitch asshole, and she's in charge.

An Interior press release describes her as “a passionate advocate for climate and environmental justice through a just and equitable transition to a clean energy-based society, and resilient adaptation to a changing climate.” She was previously legislative counsel with Bullshit SJW Earthjustice assholes, advising on federal onshore, offshore, and Arctic oil and gas leasing regulation and “managed a campaign at Friends of the Earth to stop new fossil fuel development on federal lands and waters.” Now she’ll manage that campaign from a position of power inside the government.

Progressives accused Trump appointees of ignoring government scientists merely because they considered the economic impact of regulation. Lunchbucket Joe Biden is explicitly sidelining government scientists to put progressive activists in charge. This is getting little media attention because most of the press agrees with the Biden leftist agenda. But any company producing any fossil fuels can expect to become a target of a federal regulatory onslaught.

With 49 EOs as of today, Obiden is destroying America and everything POTUS Trump did to help us. FUCK BIDEN&Co to death!

As I said, America is fucked for the next 4 years. Forget the mid-terms; we don't have a chance. Don't kid yourself, as the corrupt Dominion machines, early voting and mail-ins are still in place for it.

© 1.29.2021 by JS.

A Day In The Life.

Up at 8a on Friday, it was already 52° outside – had a couple smokes in the garage while the coffee brewed, did my DR (Type 1 Diabetic Routine - Blood Sugar Level Test and Sliding-Scale Insulin Shot), applied the CBD Hemp Ointment to my lower back, neck and shoulder, had simple toast for breakfast, and checked the weather and news. Looks like next week we could get some snow and ice.

I posted the "The Chris Plante Show" to FR for the week, got ready and left for the Cardiologist's app't at 10:30a, with lots of paperwork, as requested. It was a 45min app't, and I had to get right back home, get a small list of things done and meet Sherry around 1:15 at The York Galleria to do some laps. Afterward, we cam back to my place and went thru bags of old coins, which we'll take to a coin dealers in Stewartstown, near the MD line, to see if he wants to buy them, based upon a 6pg coin list he'd emailed me. She left around 5p, as it was getting dusk, and I did my DR and dinner early.

I watched some TV until 9;30p, and called it quits for the night.

I slept-in until 9a on Saturday, did my morning DR, made coffee and breakfast, and Becky stopped-by at 11a, with a container of her Chili and another of Beef Stroganoff. We had a nice visit, and she left at 1:30p. I had to go to the Rite Aid Pharmacy to p/u some waiting Rxs, and stopped at Royal Farms to fill-up the Jeep HEMI with 90oct Ethanol-Free fuel. It's already risen from $2.95/gal to $3.65/gal, and will probably pass $4-5/gal, thanks to the leftist scumbags killing the Keystone XL Pipeline.

I watched "American Pickers" thru dinner and into the evening, shutting down around 9p.

Sleeping-in Sunday, until 10:30a, I could have easily slept past 12noon. By the time I got the morning DR, coffee,big breakfast shower and laundry started, half the day was gone. I searched for the 24 Hours of Daytona IMSA Endurance Race, but it's apparently this coming weekend, not this one. I watched more "American Pickers" thru dinner and into the evening, and shut down around 10p.

Up at 8a on Monday, I did the DR, had a couple of smokes in the garage, made coffee and breakfast, and scanned the news and weather. Looks like some crappy weather is headed our way:

U.S. National Weather Service
Winter Weather Advisory
Start: 9:00 PM EST, Monday, January 25
End12:00 PM EST, Tuesday, January 26
Source: U.S. National Weather Service
* WHAT: Mixed precipitation expected. Total snow and sleet accumulations of up to two inches during the first half of tonight, followed by ice accumulations of up to one tenth of an inch during the morning hours Tuesday.
* WHERE: Portions of central Pennsylvania.
* WHEN: From 9 PM this evening to noon EST Tuesday.
* IMPACTS: Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous conditions could impact the Tuesday morning commute.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Gusty southeast winds of 25 to 30 mph on the ridges could lead to some downed limbs and isolated power outages.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission remind motorists to adjust speeds based on driving conditions as winter weather impacts Pennsylvania roadways.

Snow, I have no problem with; ice is a whole 'nother matter. There is absolutely zero control of 2-3 ton vehicles, and anyone who drive in those conditions, is inviting disaster. So I'm staying inside until it's over, and the roads clear. "Winter Storm Nathaniel" is on its way toward us. I had my pre-lunch and dinner DRs, watched "American Pickers" new season episodes, and called it a day at 10p.

Up at 8a on Tuesday, it had snowed, sleeted and iced-up overnight, and at just 26°, would be around for a while. I just stayed-in until temps reached 33° and I could see some melting, and drove some tax return papers over to Sister, Becky's condo. I hit a few slick spots, and decided not to go to Weis Market; I'd do that tomorrow morning, and then meet Sherry at The York Galleria, for some laps. After lunch, I caught a 4hr nap on the LR couch, and work at dusk, for the evening DR and dinner. I watched an evening of Fox News until 11p, and pulled the plug.

Up at 7:30a on another cold, cloudy day, it sure looked like it'd snow again, but that's coming this weekend. After the morning routines, I posted the daily "CP Show" to FR, and left for Weis Market, to get my overdue food shopping list filled. I got home, unpacked, did the midday DR, posted the "Rush Shoe" and had a quick Beef Stroganoff lunch. Then, over to The York Galleria to meet Sherry and get some walking time in.

Afterward, we came back to my condo, talked for a while, and she left around 4p. I had an early DR, and dinner, and watched some episodes of "American Pickers" and "Expedition Unknown". By 10, I'd shut down for the night.

Up at 7:30a on Thursday, I went thru the usual routines, posted the "CP Show" to FR, scanned the news and weather. Same old, same old. After a few errands at the pharmacy, bank and cleaners, I was back by 12:30p, and even with the sunshine, temps only reached 26° for the day. After the midday DR and a light lunch, I gathered-up the 2020 receipts folder, moved it to the DR table, and got ready to get some sorting and organizing done this weekend, now that my CPA's forms and instructions packet has arrived.

I'll get to that IRS crap in a few days, but I had my midday DR, lunch and a 3hr nap. By 6p, I'd done the evening DR, dinner and switched to FoxNews until 11p, and quite for the evening. Tomorrow starts another week, here in the "Journal". Should be interesting.

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