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  1. Posted by Moloch, at Reply

    nice audio…

  2. Posted by Fanatical Trekkie, at Reply

    More eminent domain…

    • Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

      It’s necessary.

    • Posted by Fanatical Trekkie, at Reply

      +Dustin Zilbauer Not for private company use. Government use, yes.

  3. Posted by José Guzman, at Reply

    this is the one issue i agree with liberals on. our water is more important
    than corporate profits.

    • Posted by hysteriakilla, at Reply

      José Guzman glad to know that open minded conservatives actually exist on
      the internet lol, welcome!

  4. Posted by Joe Scirrotto, at Reply

    so why do these people not want oil?

    • Posted by Sallie Planty, at Reply

      The oil is being exported.

    • Posted by Joe Scirrotto, at Reply

      Sallie Planty alright, this time they can argue that, but what about back
      at DaPL?

  5. Posted by Stoop Solo, at Reply

    The sound died just as soon as your interview began.

  6. Posted by PinkPonyOfPrey, at Reply

    Very soft spoken native gentleman at the end … or did Jordan pull the
    audio plug out at 2:00 ? :D

  7. Posted by Victor Torres, at Reply

    the audio cuts out at like 2:05

  8. Posted by Joe Collier, at Reply

    As soon as the Indian fellow begins to speak we lose audio. I didn’t hear
    any of his comments.

  9. Posted by Dustin Zilbauer, at Reply

    These Indians need a hobby. They think they own everything. Go back to your
    teepees and STFU. Trump needs to clamp down hard on this once he’s in
    office. Those oil pipelines are vital to the economy.

    • Posted by Carmen Reyes, at Reply

      Dustin Zilbauer is that how you feel? Lol

    • Posted by Kurama, at Reply

      Such poor attempt at trolling, make it seem less obvious next time.

  10. Posted by Saintly Oswald, at Reply

    Very soft spoken injun.

  11. Posted by Sufkopp82, at Reply

    Dont forget those pathetic white wimps. Who were crying and begging for
    forgiveness for the “sins” of their ancestors commited against the savages.
    What a glorious alliance indeed.

  12. Posted by Caesar Rivera, at Reply

    Lol the silenced Native American is symbolic of how the US government
    ignores their voices regarding the DAPL, etc. Where’s that Native American
    with the tear running down his cheek when you need him?

  13. Posted by Kurama, at Reply

    This is a great thing that’s happening.

  14. Posted by Neo Stigma, at Reply

    11/10 audio

  15. Posted by lopezb, at Reply

    Sound drops out at 2:03