Thursday, August 13, 2015
Orange you glad EPA hired them?
The Democratic Party's EPA paid Environmental Restoration LLC, a Missouri-based firm, $381 million in taxpayer money to "clean up" a mine in Colorado, the Wall Street Journal reported. Instead, under the watchful eye of the Democratic Party's agency, the company and government officials released 3.5 million gallons of arsenic-laced water that contains other toxic metals as well, turning the Animas River into a deadly plume of orange.
Companies are held accountable for the work of their contractors.
How dare the Democratic Party-run EPA complain about private industry?