Keystone Xl pipeline


(RepublicanWire.org) – South Dakota Republican Governor Kristi Noem found a way to roast both President Joe Biden and a CNN+ producer in one tweet after the network’s premium service was shut down.

CNN producer Ellie Smith took to Twitter Thursday warning people against tweeting “something snarky” following the network’s subscription service being canceled after less than one month, leaving “hundreds” out of a job, and called for people to “be kind.”

“PSA if you’re going to tweet something snarky about CNN+, hundreds of journalists and technicians who did nothing but work their tails off just had the rug pulled out from under them,” Smith tweeted. “So be kind.”

Gov. Noem responded to the tweet that those employees aren’t the only ones who lost a job, noting the thousands, not hundreds, who found themselves out of work after Biden revoked the permit for the $9 billion Keystone XL pipeline on his first day in office.

“Now you know how the Keystone XL Pipeline workers feel,” Noem’s tweet read.

Fox Business cited a study from the State Department that found a total of 26,100 indirect and direct jobs would have come from the project, through its construction and supply chain across several states.