Crenshaw blasts Biden admin, claims they don’t like ‘anything the American working class might actually want’

Crenshaw blasts Biden admin, claims they don’t like ‘anything the American working class might actually want’

President
Biden’s
executive
orders
about
the
economy
prove
that
his
administration
is
“going
to
keep
talking about
unity
but
they
don’t
want to
unify
behind
anything
the American
working
class
might actually
want,”
Rep.
Dan
Crenshaw,
R-Texas,
told
“Fox
News
Primetime”
Friday.

Crenshaw
told
host
Brian
Kilmeade that
he
was
disappointed
to
see
Biden
sign
several
job-killing
executive
orders
on
his
first
day
in
office,
including
one
canceling
the

Keystone
XL
pipeline
in
the
name
of
preventing
climate
change.

“This
is
really
about
the
culture
war
to
them,
and
for
them
fossil
fuels
are
just
evil.
They
don’t
know
why,
they
don’t
have
to
tell
you
why,
you’re
stupid
if
you
ask
why,”
he
said.
“But
they
just
want
to
tell
you
they’re
evil.

“The
truth
is,”
Crenshaw
added,
“when
you
build
pipelines

you’re
building
a
much
cleaner
and
safer
way
than,
say,
transporting
it
by
truck
or
by
train.
You’re
also
helping
North
American
energy
independence,
which
is
what
our
Canadian
friends
are
alluding
to,
because
if
we’re
not
producing
it
and
if
we’re
not
exporting
cleaner-produced
oil
and
cleaner-produced
natural
gas
to
the
rest
of
the
world,
you
know
who
is?
Russia,
Venezuela,
Iran,
Saudi
Arabia,
and
they
all
do
it
dirtier
than
we
do.”


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Crenshaw
added
that
the
jobs
destroyed
by
the
pipeline
cancelation,
as
well
as
Biden’s
ambition
to
raise
the
minimum
wage
to
$15
per
hour, will
reappear
in
China
or
another
economic
rival
to
the
U.S.

“They
need
to
confront
the
fact
that
when
you
drastically
raise
the
minimum
wage
all
of
a
sudden
to
$15
an
hour,
you’re
gonna
cut
out
millions
of
jobs
across
America,”
the
Republican
said
of
the
administration.
“That’s not
according
to
me,
that’s
according
to
the
Congressional
Budget
Office.


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“I’ve
got
small
businesses
in
my
district
begging
me
to
do
something
about
this,”
Crenshaw
added. “‘You
can’t
let
them
do
this,’
they
say.
‘We
will
immediately
lose
our
business.
We’re
already
hanging
by
a
thread.’
Here’s
what
it’s
going
to
come
down
to:
If you’re
going
to
claim
you’re
the
party
of
the
working
class,
you
actually
have
to
support
working,
and
they
just
won’t
do
that.”

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