Jason Jernigan, a laid-off Keystone XL Pipeline worker, told "America’s Newsroom" on Monday that he doesn’t know how he is going to make a living now, saying, "This is all I know how to do."President Biden revoked the permit for the Keystone XL oil pipeline project on his first day in office in a series of orders aimed at combating climate change, ending a project that was expected to employ more than 11,000 Americans this year. Jernigan, a third-generation oil and gas worker, said the Biden administration took his livelihood away from him. "I’ve been pipelining for 21 years. This is all I know to do," he said. "The recent administration has taken my livelihood from me and expecting me to get a job somewhere else. I’ve got my whole life invested in this."