He is a president who is cheered by conservatives and conservationists alike. In fact, if you travel to Yellowstone National Park through Gardiner, Montana- you'll see a quote in honor of President Teddy Roosevelt etched on the arch above the entrance.
With the cloud of new regulations, gun control, and anti-jobs measures hanging over the Rocky Mountain West and Upper Great Plains, lawmakers in North and South Dakota are looking to push back through nullification.
It's crazy enough that the radical Left and activist judges want to stop pipelines from being built here in America, but to order the shutdown of a pipeline that is already up and running? The latest ruling from an Obama-appointed judge in Washington, DC comes in the midst of the COVID-induced economic crisis gripping the nation.
Nearly two years ago, the North Dakota rig count had doubled from 2016. Earlier this year, despite the takedown of Iranian terror leader Qassem Soleimani, oil prices remained relatively stable following a tension in international relations that could have caused long lines at the gas pumps in the 1970s. Then, last month we saw a massive drop in oil prices designed to force American producers out of the market.
When it comes to the economy, it certainly looks like Montana is getting hit harder than our neighboring states like North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming. Don't stop there. When it comes to job losses- recent data shows that Montana is even worse than the national average.
What is he not telling you? He's not telling you that states like North Dakota and South Dakota have done more testing than Montana. He's also not telling you that they have the same low death counts as Montana does.