On his first day in office Joe Biden killed off an estimated 52,100 American jobs.
After his inaugural behind fences and 20,000 military troops, Biden hobbled to the Oval Officer where he signed several executive orders including the end of construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline and the end of construction of the Trump border wall.
Canceling the Keystone Pipeline costs over 11,000 construction jobs and 42,100 jobs throughout the US during the construction process according to the US State Department.
At the same time Joe Biden was promoting a pipeline project for the Taliban.
And now the Biden is waiving sanctions on Putin’s pipeline to Germany.
President Joe Biden will waive some American economic sanctions on Russia in order to streamline construction on the Nord Stream 2 pipeline to Germany, according to Axios.
Citing “two sources briefed on the decision,” Axios reporter Jonathan Swan reports the State Department will include the Nord Stream 2 pipeline Russian company and CEO on its list of Russians who deserve sanctions, but the Biden administration will waive them, citing American interests.
The Biden administration plans to scrap the sanctions on the Russian company responsible for the pipeline, despite initial signals that they would not.
During his Senate confirmation hearing, Secretary of State Antony Blinken told senators he is “determined to do whatever we can to prevent that completion” of the pipeline.
The national defense bill signed by Trump in 2019 included legislation to level sanctions on companies laying pipe for the project.