They did it knowing Obama won’t risk the power of their campaign funding this close to the election.

While TransCanada has revised the route through Nebraska, the new route still runs over the Ogallala Aquifer and runs through Nebraska's sensitive Sandhills region.

It's no surprise that we're receiving reports from Nebraska activists that the Koch Brothers are literally working with TransCanada to hoodwink Nebraskans into supporting this project, which will help the Kochs and oil companies from Saudi Arabia and Canada, while leaving us to deal with the dirty, dangerous, catastrophic mess.

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