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Jane Fonda Encourages Anti-Pipeline Activists in Minnesota to Mess with Critical US Infrastructure (VIDEO)

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Jane Fonda encouraged anti-pipeline activists in northern Minnesota to mess with critical US infrastructure.

The 83-year-old Communist and traitor encouraged activists to “raise a ruckus” and create a headache for the Canadian oil company, Enbridge.

“Biden has taken a very clear and very beautiful position on the climate crisis,” Hanoi Jane said. “But we are really facing a potential catastrophe and the science is very clear — it’s not enough to do something good here like shutdown Keystone XL, shut down drilling on the Arctic national refuge and then allow Line 3 to go through.”

“We can’t do this in bits and pieces,” she added.

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Jane Fonda encouraging ppl to mess w/ critical US infrastructurepic.twitter.com/xKA6uL50XG

— maggie battles (@maggiebattlesxo) June 8, 2021

Greenie-Marxist activists chained themselves to bulldozers and occupied a pump station in Mahnomen, Minnesota on Monday to protest against the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline being built from Canada to the U.S.

The Washington Post reported that hundreds of protesters, including Jane Fonda and Native American women marched onto the Enbridge construction site and strapped themselves to heavy machinery.

People chained themselves to equipment and occupied a pump station in Minnesota as part of protests against the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline being built from Canada to the U.S.

Critics say the project would worsen the climate emergency, risk oil spills & infringe on tribal land. pic.twitter.com/wYlHpM5Rpe

— AJ+ (@ajplus) June 8, 2021

The “Line 3” pipeline is 350 miles long and will run from Canada through Minnesota under several rivers and forest.

Construction however is going forward as planned despite the protests.

“We recognize people have strong feelings about the energy we all use, and they have the right to express their opinions legally and peacefully. We hoped all parties would come to accept the outcome of the thorough, science-based review and multiple approvals of the project.” – Enbridge said in a statement.

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