See How Twitter Is Reacting to the Shocking #NoDAPL Decision
When news broke Sunday afternoon that the Dakota Access Pipeline project would not be allowed to move forward with their current plans, shock waves crisscrossed the country (and beyond!) as people rejoiced the decision. Not only a victory for the thousands of Standing Rock protesters who stood their ground night and day against seemingly unbeatable forces, it’s also a glimmer of hope during these dismal days. With so many reasons to celebrate this development, folks took to Twitter to share their reactions to the shocking #NoDAPL decision.
— Ruth Hopkins (@RuthHHopkins) December 5, 2016
Most folks were overwhelmingly happy and thankful…
Happy NODAPL morning! ❤️✊🏼😊#NoDAPL
— MisBrave (@misbravegirl) December 5, 2016
— malissa (@itsmalissax) December 5, 2016
Thank god for #NoDAPL. We still have a lot of work to do, but I can breathe just a little easier now
— sme (@anabsoluterose) December 5, 2016
— Gina Rochelle (@GinaRoWrites) December 5, 2016
— Romichu (@geekrockr) December 5, 2016
Congratulations to the #NoDAPL water protectors and the others who struggled. Thank you.
— AlexNMissouriCity (@AlexPerazaAAU) December 5, 2016
— シャロン Ishimaru Kaito (@TrgdyAnn) December 5, 2016
Some are still watching things carefully…
Stay ahead of the hype folks. If there's talk of ETP moving forward, don't let it draw attn. But keep a wary eye out. #NoDAPL
— blue jay (@BlueRedcloud) December 5, 2016
— Adrienne (@Adriennekitties) December 5, 2016
While other folks are still worried about the upcoming sitch…
I get #NoDAPL excitement, but did you all forget what happens January 20th?
— Elliott Troy (@AngloGyptian) December 5, 2016
#NoDAPL victory shows that peaceful protest works, but we need true revolution in order to stop fascism from rising in America.
— Reginald Edmund (@reginaldedmund) December 5, 2016
How did you reaction to the Dakota Pipeline news? Tweet us @BritandCo!