21 Red States Came Up With a Plan to Go After Biden, and They’re Using Texas to Win…

We love to see Red states fighting back against Biden.


At this point, most of us have given up on the GOP as it stands now, so we’re looking at red states to take up the fight against this tyrannical administration.

And that’s exactly what they’re doing…and they’re actually going about it in a very clever way.

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Twenty-one states are banding together to sue the Biden admin over the canceling of the Keystone Pipeline…and they’re doing it through Texas.

The attorney generals from 21 red states are suing Biden and members of his administration for rescinding the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline.

The goal of the lawsuit is to undo Biden’s attempt to end the 1,200 mile-long pipeline.

Texas and Montana are taking the lead on this, and their argument is Biden exceeded his authority when he issued his executive order on January 20 revoking permits for the oil pipeline.


Texas AG Jen Paxton is a pit bull. This man is ready to fight every step of the way. So, him leading this suit is great news.

Below is the statement from AG Ken Paxton’s office:

Attorney General Ken Paxton today announced that Texas and Montana are filing a multistate complaint against the Biden administration for revoking the 2019 Presidential Permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. The lawsuit states that President Biden does not have the unilateral authority to change energy policy that Congress has set. The power to regulate interstate and international commerce, including granting or rejecting permits for oil pipelines that cross an international border, resides with Congress—not the President.

“Since his first day in office, President Biden has made it his mission to undo all the progress of the previous administration, with complete disregard for the Constitutional limits on his power. His decision to revoke the pipeline permit is not only unlawful but will also devastate the livelihoods of thousands of workers, their families, and their communities,” Attorney General Paxton said. “This administration continues to tout imaginary green-energy jobs, without any recognition that their actions in the real world will make it impossible for hard-working Americans to put food on the table.”

“The power to regulate foreign and interstate commerce belongs to Congress — not the President. This is another example of Joe Biden overstepping his constitutional role to the detriment of Montanans,” Attorney General Knudsen said. “There is not even a perceived environmental benefit to his actions. His attempt to cancel the Keystone XL Pipeline is an empty virtue signal to his wealthy coastal elite donors. It shows Biden’s contempt for rural communities in Montana and other states along the pipeline’s path that would benefit from and support the project.”

The complaint was filed by Texas Attorney General Paxton and Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen in Texas federal district court. The suit is joined by attorneys general from Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming. ​

Mr. Paxton issued a video statement as well:


Here is the list of all the states that are taking part in this huge lawsuit.

Texas, Montana, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, West Virginia, and Wyoming.


It’s good to see these great patriots fighting back.


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