Natural News: BUSTED: The EPA spent millions in taxpayer dollars to push climate change propaganda via social media

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by Jayson Veley
Natural News

(Natural News) Under the Obama administration, the Environmental Protection Agency was one of the most tyrannical, lawless institutions in the entire country, spitting out tens of thousands of unconstitutional regulations each year and compelling businesses to abide by the left’s radical climate change agenda. Mind you, these are regulations that the American people did not vote for, nor do they necessarily support; rather, the EPA’s agenda under the Obama regime was wholly undemocratic and against the principles that America was founded upon.

Recently, Judicial Watch was able to obtain 900 pages of documents from the Environmental Protection Agency that revealed, among other things, lawless behavior from the Obama administration. Specifically, the documents show that the EPA used a social media platform called Thunderclap, which allowed the agency to mass-share information regarding its policies in violation of federal law…

But this is hardly the first time that the Environmental Protection Agency has been caught red-handed doing something that it ought not to be doing. Last year, The Daily Callerreported on new evidence that suggested that EPA officials routinely use private email accounts to communicate with lobbyists. Documents that were obtained by the Energy & Environment Legal Institute via the Freedom of Information Act revealed that Michael Bradley, president and founder of an energy consulting firm that represents numerous environmental groups across the country, had contacted the EPA asking if it would be okay to use a private email account to communicate with EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy. Allegedly, Bradley wanted to get in touch with the EPA regarding an agency regulation.

“Joe, Would you please send this email to Gina for me? I would have sent it to her directly with a cc to you but I don’t have a private email address for her and would prefer to not use an office email address,” Bradley said in an email to EPA Senior Counsel Joe Goffman.

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2018-01-08T18:17:27+00:00December 10th, 2017|Conflict of Interest, EPA, Transparency|