EPA is truly a dysfunctional organization that is not overall representing the American people, nor good business policies either.
Just saw this today as headlines. And the "play book" was instantly clear--The EPA is scared for it's very existence and the EPA is now publishing "fake news" (at least it contradicts their prior report on fracking) in order to make people think "We Need the EPA and The Current People at the EPA". I jokingly call it fake news because it is actually "real news".
These EPA "scientists" have been costing us all $301,000 each per year (90,000 people total including all the admins) whilst coming up with drivel, excuses, removing radiation monitoring, poisoning Flint.
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And now Trump appoints Rick Perry, who at one point wanted to disband the EPA entirely. And now the EPA thrusts itself into the limelight, trying to be relevant. Trying to convince us how needed they are. Well someone needs to expose this "fracking" truths, but I think the swamp dwellers need a wake up shake up call with many heads rolling. Sorry, that means you lost your pension too.
WASHINGTON – Fracking can affect drinking water supplies in certain circumstances, the Obama administration said in a long-awaited report issued Tuesday, leaving open the possibility of more widespread impacts that it says can’t be determined with current data.
The report, written by Environmental Protection Agency scientists, includes findings that are more open-ended than those in a draft version last year, when the agency said fracking, or hydraulic fracturing, isn’t having “widespread, systematic impacts on drinking water.”
Take a look at these NBC Headlines. They don't even mention Trump's appointment of Rick Perry to EPA Head. Perry at one time wanted to abolish the EPA, now he leads it.
The EPA can be directly "thanked" for their part in the cover up of Fukushima. Not just shame on them, but Nuremberg Trials for some.
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