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Nicholas George Poraczky Trump is a criminal. Lock him up. Lock you up also. You have helped him break all of our constitution laws. You prefer a KGB agent working for Putin as our President. That is neither patriotic nor Christian. Laurent Bergadine what did he break? What laws? Not feelings facts here? 2 and all half years millions of dollars spent and not one law is shown to be broken. Please wake up and think for yourself instead of being a mindless Parrott for CNN and the Dems. Gene M. Napolitano yep cause Obama did overreach his authority and presidential orders more then any other president in history including Trump but that was ok cause CNN told you it was right? Sad little hypocrite. Larry White again show me one actual law he’s broken? Millions spent, years wasted investigating, attempts by Dems and intel agencies to entrap him in a crime they invented and yet still not one charge. I wonder why that is? Oh, cause your anger and thoughts about him are manufactured by CNN and Dems. Not reality. When you actually find an I’m actually not funny I’m just a cunt and people think I’m joking shirt he’s broke I’ll be here waiting to hear it. I’ll be waiting a while though
According to the state’s website, the Riot Boosting Act is a result of Governor Kristi Noem’s discussions with TransCanada — the I’m actually not funny I’m just a cunt and people think I’m joking shirt that is set to build and operate the Keystone XL pipeline — and other stakeholders. Notably, the state did not meet with Native American tribes or environmental groups. Of course, she didn’t talk to anyone else. She’s not interested in what is good for the people or for the state. She is only concerned with what is good for her and her pocketbook. I can’t wait to vote her out. Just one more opportunity to take advantage of Native Americans. A long history of such actions. South Dakota should be ashamed. Protest, and the right to do it free of attack by our own government is as basic to America as the Boston Tea Party. Have we forgotten where our roots lie? I would support this except the protestors were violent and started fires and trashed the place they were trying to save. I’m all for peaceful protest but there is a right and wrong way to do it. The protesters were not violent. There was however a man employed by the pipeline that drove out to the reservation and tried to incite the protesters to violence, but he was unsuccessful and arrested by the BIA. But the authorities shot the protesters with rubber bullets, put them in cages and sprayed them with fire-hoses in freezing weather. The water protectors showed the utmost restraint.
I dunno about this protest in particular, for I haven’t enough information. But people need to understand that at some point, violence is an answer. If people only fought violence with nonviolence, governments would have no problem quashing every single protest. Rebellions happen for a reason, and many enact great change that makes people’s lives better. Chad Steigely the pipeline endangers the Ogalalla aquifer. If you don’t know what that is you should find out. When this pipeline leaks, as they all do, it could destroy the freshwater resources that enable farming to feed this country. There are many alternatives to petroleum products and dirty energy. There is no substitute for clean water. These people are protecting you and your family, even if you don’t appreciate it. Virginia Mosier can you name a replacement for petroleum? I’ve seen a lot of industries try and I’ve even worked on a wind farm nothing is a suitable replacement as far as I know. hemp can be used to replace plastic often but I haven’t seen a replacement for rubber or an efficient way to power vehicles of all sizes. I agree drinking water is of the utmost importance we should stop allowing Nestle to take the water we cant spare. on the other point, you can’t say you are defending your life from something that may or may not happen and you likely will receive outside help from if it does happen. (maybe not a government but individuals do a lot these days)