Cleanup After Disgusting Standing Rock Protester Pigs Cost American Taxpayers Over $1 Million

The American Taxpayer (You and Me) have been charged over $1 million to clean up the huge mess left over from the disgusting Standing Rock pipeline protesters pigs.

The protesters burned much of the camp in protest when told to leave, and the trash that the Standing Rock protesters left at the site was enough to fill at least 240 huge rollout dumpsters to the top, and required heavy machinery to deal with the huge amount of refuse.

Some of these brainless libtard protesters are such big losers that they also abandoned their pets at the Standing Rock location; treating their pets like typical trash. The abandon cats and dogs are having to be rescued by animal shelter workers, which adds a lot to the $1 million cleanup estimate.

As officers moved in, and protesters moved out, garbage wasn’t the only thing abandoned.
Two dogs and six puppies were found and rescued at the main Dakota Access Pipeline Camp by furry Friends Rockin Rescue.

Police are even looking through the trash being removed from the Standing Rock site for bodies of dead people who may have died at the protest, and then ignored as they rotted.

People in the area say that a lot of the trash left strewn all over the landscape is even toxic materials that, if not removed quickly, would have caused non-repairable damage to the environment, ground water and to the lives of people and animals living in the area.

What kind of people leave pets and all kinds of trash littering the countryside and then laughably claim to care about the environment?

Complete fucking brainless losers, who were probably paid to be there, and have absolutely no regard for the environment as they claim – that’s who.

The U.S. Army Corps will spend more than $1 million to clean up the mess left behind by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and others opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. The protesters — who succeeded in temporarily shutting down pipeline construction under orders from President Barack Obama — were evicted after President Donald Trump put the pipeline project back online.

“The corps’ contract with a Florida-based company to provide trash removal and environmental cleanup includes the main Oceti Sakowin camp on the north side of the Cannonball River and the smaller Rosebud camp on the south side,” the Bismarck Tribune reported on Friday. “Both are on corps’-owned property.”

Despite efforts by the tribe to clean up the protest sites, the land was littered with garbage, and even cars and motor homes had to be removed.

“About 240 rollout dumpsters have been hauled out, each brimming with debris of old food stores, structures, tents, building materials and personal belongings, much of it buried under winter blizzards or simply left behind,” the Tribune reported. “Officials are estimating it will require another equal number of loads to get the job done.”

The article said special consideration would be given to some items, such as teepees, that could have cultural significance and toxic materials.

Logan Thompson, owner of Prairie View equipment contractor, said his company got instructions on handling human waste and waste compost from health officials.

In January, Stand Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman Dave Archambault II spoke out about the clean up after the protest, which was staged because the tribe and others believed a pipeline spill could contaminate the Missouri River and a reservoir, the Tribune reported.

“Because of this risk of flood, we’re worried about what’s going to be left at the camp,” Archambault said. “What we want to do is make sure none of that waste gets into the Missouri River .… We’re water protectors, but we’re the ones that are going to start contaminating the water.”

“The Dakota Access Pipeline is a 1,172-mile underground state of the art 30” pipeline extending from the Bakken/Three Forks production area in North Dakota to Patoka, Illinois,” according to Energy Transfer Partners, the company responsible for the project. “The pipeline will transport domestically-produced, light, sweet crude oil from North Dakota to major refining markets.”

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