Ryan E.
August 6, 2023

Biden Blocks Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon

President Joe Biden and members of his administration are seriously considering designating a million acres of land surrounding the Grand Canyon as a new national monument.

The purpose of such a plan?

To make sure there is no more uranium mining in the area.

Following years of lobbying by local Native American tribes and environmental advocates, Biden looks ready to make a drastic decision around the second most visited national park in America.

Although it appears pretty clear that the administration is leaning one direction over the other, White House spokesperson Abdullah Hasan said that "no decisions have been made on the monument."

The potential action by our federal government follows a request from Native American tribes to safeguard 1.1 million acres of public land surrounding the national park by naming that land the Baaj Nwaavjo I’tah Kukveni Grand Canyon National Monument.

I'm not saying 100% that the tribes have an ulterior motive here, but who wouldn't want 1.1 million acres of national land set aside for them for free?

I bet the Native Americans absolutely do want this idea implemented.

For years now, America's liberal federal government have been overstepping their boundaries by such egregious margins that it is ALWAYS hard to take what they are saying in good faith.

Do they really have good reasons for wanting to set aside over a million acres of land so that it can't be developed or utilized?

Or is this another one of those situations where they are just trying to make a splash on something that sounds good but actually makes less sense the more you dig into it?

I wouldn't put anything past our federal government, especially in a state like Arizona that is so close to where America's southern border is under attack.

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