Expect more of this attrition from the Democrat-communists — an economy of scarcity (as opposed to Capitalist economy of abundance).
Remember the Democrat-communist manifesto, “never let a crisis go to waste.” What next? Using the fuel crisis to nationalizing the oil business (as Venezuela did)?
Remember, low gas prices and plenty of it under Trump.
Remember, peace in the Middle East under President Trump.
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Gas lines in N Myrtle Beach, most stations are out of gas. Is this our new America? pic.twitter.com/UOs0luLn22
— Kim S (@KSS141) May 11, 2021
Joe Biden killed the Keystone XL pipeline.
Biden sent union workers packing and destroyed jobs to appease a tiny fringe of climate extremists. This move gutted American energy security & independence.
Now millions of Americans sit in gas lines & airlines don't have fuel to fly.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) May 11, 2021
FOX News: North Carolina drivers in desperate need of fuel are lining up at gas stations across the state just days after a cyberattack shut down a vital U.S. pipeline.
The Colonial Pipeline, which delivers roughly 45% of fuel consumed on the East Coast, is a primary fuel pipeline for North Carolina, according to Gov. Roy Cooper.
The pipeline, which transports a large amount of gasoline from Texas to the Northeast, was offline as of Monday night with the expectation that it could be back up and running later this week.
On Monday, Cooper issued a state of emergency “suspending motor vehicle fuel regulations to ensure adequate fuel supply supplies throughout the state.”
A store clerk posts a sign at a Marathon gas station in Elizabethtown, North Carolina, U.S., on Monday, May 10, 2021.
The “emergency declaration will help North Carolina prepare for any potential motor vehicle fuel supply interruptions across the state and ensure motorists are able to have access to fuel,” Cooper said in a statement.
On May 7, Colonial Pipeline said it was hit with a ransomware attack, in which hackers typically lock up computer systems by encrypting data, paralyzing networks, and then demand a large ransom to unscramble it.
Colonial Pipeline said it was actively in the process of restoring some of its IT systems. However, experts warned that drivers may still face higher prices at the pump as a result of the worst cyberattack to date on critical U.S. infrastructure.
— Caitlyn Penter (@CaitlynWLOS) May 10, 2021
Colonial Pipeline Company connects refineries with customers and markets throughout the Southern and Eastern United States through a pipeline system that spans more than 5,500 miles between Houston, Texas and Linden, New Jersey.
Meanwhile, Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blount warned state officials Monday to be ready for possible fuel shortages.
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