Biden Admin Caves to Radical Environmentalists, Reverses Decision That Would Have Saved Lives

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The Biden administration is succumbing to the pressure of radical environmentalists and making a decision that will have an adverse effect on the lives of many Americans.

According to Fox News, the Biden administration announced on Tuesday that it was backing out of a Trump-era land exchange deal that would facilitate the construction of a life-saving road in Alaska.

The road would cut through the Izembek National Wildlife Refuge to connect the small town of King Cove in southwestern Alaska with an all-weather airport in Cold Bay, which would allow materials such as food and medical supplies to be transported to the mostly indigenous population of King Cove.

Under the Trump administration, the federal government reached an agreement with King Cove Corp. to swap land owned by the company with refuge land to construct the road.

The project is supported by Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy, as well as leading Native American groups such as the National Congress of American Indians and the Alaska Federation of Natives.

However, despite all the definite benefits that the road would bring, and the support from lawmakers and tribal leaders, radical green nuts have been opposed to the project. They claim it would threaten the wilderness and wildlife in the refuge.

Now, the Biden administration has caved to the increasing pressure from the green activists.

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