|Friends think alike on #NoDAPL|
Republican nominee Donald Trump has invested his own money in Energy Transfer Partners, a private entity that's building the pipeline, and he owns stock in Phillips 66 Company, a publicly-traded company with a stake in the pipeline. He has vowed to lift "roadblocks" to large infrastructure projects like Dakota Access.
The Democratic nominee, has refused to take a stand on the issue either way. Her campaign refused to meet with youth from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe when they marched on her headquarters last Thursday.
"No one from the campaign wanted to talk to us. We called out for leaders from her campaign management," Danny Grassrope told Democracy Now! after the march in New York City. "And the security officers didn’t want to take the letter that we’re demanding to oppose this pipeline."
Was this her Native American Adviser Holly Macarro's advice?
After all, her husband's tribe STAND with STANDING Rock....even after harming their own people
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