Well, this is disconcerting.
Trump Order Will Aim to Roll Back a Clean Water Rule https://t.co/9WU6Xpf3sr
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 28, 2017
According to this NYT headline, Trump apparently wants us all to drink dirty water.
Stinkin’ evil Republicans!
But wait, could it be the headline is just more sensationalized garbage for their cat-hoarding, hairy-legged base to read so they can feel superior over Trump and Republicans?
This Obama era law allows EPA regulators to impose their political views on businesses – all disguised as “clean water requirements” https://t.co/A1f8mqhu94
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) February 28, 2017
OH YEAH, that’s a better headline and a tad more realistic.
Which means the NYT will NEVER use it.
@RichardGrenell Was this the egregious WOTA case that basically grabbed/cordoned off land around a puddle on private property?
— Sandy (@RightGlockMom) February 28, 2017
Did she say puddles?! So wait, the EPA was telling people what to do with puddles on their own property? Seriously?
Roll that back, Mr. President.
@RichardGrenell They actually control every puddle on everyone’s land. Yes puddles!
— RDC76 (@robdcasler) February 28, 2017
And we wonder why we’re trillions of dollars in debt.
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