Gas shortages and long lines at gas stations in Southeastern states are being reported after hackers shut down the Colonial Pipeline.

The largest US refinery shut two crude units in Port Arthur, Texas this weekend after hackers caused the Colonial Pipeline to shut down.

According to the FBI, the “DarkSide” hacker gang began attacking the pipeline operator on Friday and stole massive amounts of data.

“The FBI confirms that the Darkside ransomware is responsible for the compromise of the Colonial Pipeline networks. We continue to work with the company and our government partners on the investigation,” the “premier” law enforcement agency said in a statement on Monday.

White House officials on Monday said they have not offered advice to Colonial Pipeline on whether to pay ransom to hackers who shut down a vital US pipeline.

The Biden Admin is sitting back and doing nothing after a cyberattack affected gas distribution for 1/3 of the country.

Now there are long lines and gas shortages being reported in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

A gas station in Robbinsville, North Carolina is all out of gas. The clerk said it could be five days before they have gas again.

But the gas station across the street has a long line for gas.

People in Florida are panic buying.

Gas shortages and panic buying in Georgia.

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One man in Myrtle Beach was spotted hoarding gas.

Gas shortages and long lines in Plymouth, North Carolina.

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