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And our own Ainsley Earhardt joins us now for -- them.
I I can't even believe -- I don't see.
So little lizard -- that went well what do they call the stage -- the station brash lives Qaeda and like the dunes at what you would call the dunes in west Texas.
Well most of the people who live in west Texas in the Permian Basin their livelihoods depend on oil production their 75% of the people who live there.
Their jobs depend on these on on the oil -- in the oil industry.
So you take away all of that.
Most of the people there will be out of work and that.
Many of the people who live on this property -- most of all the people -- talked -- said they've never seen one of these doesn't -- -- now there but so here it's it's -- that the entire economy is based on oil production what I Texas that's -- -- Elizabeth -- seen.
Now the government's gonna put -- on the endangered species list.
Yep and what happens with the result and all my friends that I told the story -- it's sad really gas prices are already so high.
See you take away this portion of America's oil production and -- -- even more dependent on foreign oil it but nobody saw lizard.
Balancing analysts are so I have not the people I talk to and it's just so -- endangered its nonexistent.
Well let's not only endangered species list gaps they wanna get it on that list -- how could you be in danger of nobody seemed a big hat without even better my hair that's the question already habitat for the lizards were cut output senate -- -- look -- -- blizzard still we do see them right well everybody was in that area saying let's rent.
We don't want this this little -- to be extinct however we have to think about putting food on the tables of our -- blizzard still.
Wizards do you want some of that now.
If that's been alright -- a good thing is I can't I don't understand -- -- but save the jobs of the people -- Texas this is madness.
That's ultimately about -- as always thank you for being with us.