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Protesters succeed in temporarily halting the Dakota Pipeline

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On 'Final Thoughts', Tomi Lahren discusses the Dakota Access Pipeline's construction being halted by environmental activists. The out of state protesters are celebrating their great victory of long winded complaints and protests until the pipeline engineers gave in and halted construction.

The ramifications of stopping the building of the over 85 percent completed structure are massive. Among these losses are Federal tax payer dollars being wasted on environmental meetings, over 10,000 jobs lost and $50 million in annual property taxes to the state.

"The pollution problem is the hot air release by the protesters, not a pipeline 92 feet below the lake," Tomi remarks. "So enjoy your victory while it lasts but don't get to comfortable, January 20th can change all of this."

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