The Dredging Pipelines are one of the most toxic pieces of infrastructure in the US.
They’re a $6 billion pipeline that would carry oil from the Gulf of Mexico to Texas ports.
As of December, they were the most expensive transportation project in the country, and were the main reason for the shutdown of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Now, the pipelines are under attack from groups like the American Civil Liberties Union and the Sierra Club, and are facing massive protests in cities across the US, from Baltimore to Chicago.
But while the public is getting to grips with the crisis, politicians are ignoring it.
The Pipeline Safety Trust has reported more than 50 cases of deaths related to the Drexel and Drexell pipelines, and in March, the company was forced to close down two pipelines in Texas.
So far, the Drazie and Dremel Pipelines have not faced any deaths.
However, it’s not just pipelines that are at risk.
The EPA is also facing criticism for its failure to enforce new restrictions on the use of toxic chemicals in its wastewater treatment facilities.
The chemicals used to treat the wastewater from these facilities have been linked to numerous deaths, including the drowning of a baby.
And the US Environmental Protection Agency is also under fire for allowing toxic chemicals to be stored at its plant in North Carolina, where some chemicals are believed to have been stored illegally.
The American public has also been frustrated with the delay in cleaning up toxic wastewater that has flowed into rivers and lakes, and the fact that the Trump administration has refused to enforce the Clean Water Act.
These are just a few of the many problems that are affecting the American people.
But politicians are not the only ones to be caught off guard by the crisis.
The US has already spent more than $1 trillion in cleanup costs in the past two decades, and according to the Pew Research Center, the cost of cleaning up this mess is now expected to reach $9.5 trillion by 2020.
In some ways, this is a good thing.
The Trump administration is trying to take responsibility for cleaning up the mess it made.
The President has promised to increase spending on infrastructure by $1.6 trillion.
But there is a catch: if he can’t figure out a way to get the $1,000 bill paid for, he may end up having to pay for it himself.
As Vox’s Ben Wikler pointed out last week, the President’s infrastructure plan may have to include money for infrastructure that’s already been built, such as a wall along the US-Mexico border.
It also could include money to create jobs and make people safer.
If Trump can’t fund his promises, the public may find themselves at a fiscal impasse, with the country at a political crossroads.
But the Trump Administration has been working overtime to try to save these pipelines.
At a press conference this week, President Trump even claimed that the $600 billion in infrastructure projects would have a net economic impact of $1 billion.
In other words, the US could save billions if the government paid for it all with taxpayer money.
The Obama administration also had to pay $2.6 billion in penalties for not paying for a series of pipelines.
But now the Trump team is calling on Congress to provide funding for the pipelines, even though the administration has repeatedly insisted that they should not be funded with taxpayer dollars.
Trump has also promised to eliminate the US Debt Limit, which is used to pay the interest on the debt, which the Trump campaign has repeatedly promised would not happen under the Trump Presidency.
If Congress does not provide funding, the Trump’s team says it will cut off all federal funding to the federal government, including water and other basic infrastructure projects, and would have to resort to using the Justice Department’s bankruptcy powers.
The White House also recently threatened to shut down the entire government, even including federal agencies like the Environmental Protection and the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
The administration also warned that it may be forced to shut federal agencies down to force Congress to pay its bills.
The situation is very serious.
It’s clear that the President is trying his best to save the Dreenel and Draxel Pipeline projects, but if he cannot get funding for them, he will have to go it alone and cut off funding for everything from the Veterans Administration to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
This is a serious time.
There’s also the fact the Trump budget would eliminate $8 billion in federal funding for community policing, including programs like the Community Oriented Policing Services.
If the Trump White House is going to try and save the pipelines from the public, the people of America should start pressuring their representatives to help them do so.