Can a man serenade a pipeline in peace? Apparently not.\nFrom Alberta's minister being shamed by Greta Thunberg because he thought there was no better time to build a pipeline, to Joe Biden saying he is against the Keystone XL pipeline, it's been a hot topic. \nBut the latest tweet from Elizabeth May is a bit different. She says the best use for pipeline involves a saxophone.\nEditor's Choice: Dr. Tam Says 'Things Are More Complicated' With The Second Wave Of COVID-19\nHighest and best use of pipelines. Let the music flow. #GPC #climate https://t.co/AuUHLanshQ— Elizabeth May (@ElizabethMay) October 17, 2020\n\n\nThe former Green Party of Canada leader took to Twitter to quote tweet a video that shows a man playing to a pipeline by way of a saxophone. \n"Highest and best use of pipelines. Let the music flow," she wrote on the platform.\nThe viral video she responded to received one million views and appears to be filmed somewhere in the U.S.\nIn the video, you can see a middle-aged man playing the instrument, jazz-style of course, all while tapping his feet to the sound of the beat.\nMay also hinted at her stance on the climate issue and how she is not in favour of pipelines by hashtagging her comment with the word "climate."