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WTF is wrong with Pruitt?

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This piece of shit accepts VIP passes to sports events from a coal baron and it turns out he wanted to buy a used mattress from a Trump hotel?  Did it have the faint odor of urine on it?

These corrupt fuckers cannot be thrown out soon enough. 

 

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In particular, Reps. Elijah Cummings (D-Md.) and Gerald Connolly (D-Va.), clued in on statements made by Pruitt’s director of scheduling and advance Millan Hupp, whom Pruitt regularly asked to do personal tasks for him, likely in violation of federal ethics laws.

Among the requests detailed in Monday’s release are these oddities:

  • In the summer of 2017, Scott Pruitt asked Hupp to look into buying “an old mattress” from the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. Hupp told investigators she wasn’t sure what, exactly, Pruitt wanted the used Trump mattress for, or if he ended up buying it. To the best of her knowledge, it wasn’t for EPA business. 
  • Pruitt asked Hupp to book personal travel for him, at one point contacting Hupp while she was on vacation over Christmas and instructing her to book flights so he could see the Rose Bowl.
  • At Pruitt’s direction, Hupp spent “several hours per week over the course of several months” personally researching and visiting rental properties for the EPA administrator to move into. Pruitt and his wife ultimately selected an apartment Hupp found, but then moved out soon after because “they were not comfortable in the area,” Hupp said. (This is about the same time Pruitt was renting an apartment from the wife of a prominent energy lobbyist at below-market rates.)

“If Ms. Hupp’s statements to the Committee are accurate, Administrator Pruitt crossed a very clear line and must be held accountable,” Reps. Connolly and Cummings wrote. “Federal ethics law prohibits Administrator Pruitt from using his official position for personal gain and from requesting and accepting services from a subordinate employee that are not part of that employee’s official duties.”

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/scott-pruitt-used-trump-mattress_us_5b156404e4b02143b7cedbd4

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Once a piece of corrupt shit, aways a piece of corrupt shit.  

Whoever thought that the Resident could find five or six cabinet secretaries that would make Jeff Sessions NOT the most vile person at that table.

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Yep sounds like a violation to me.  

Of course we know congress critters have never, ever used staff for personal issues.  No staff member has ever inquired into dinner reservations  for their boss.  No staff member has ever ordered BDAY presents for a spouse   In fact we know a staff member has never, ever given the president a blow job while on the company clock   Oh wait scratch the last one  

 

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3 minutes ago, TMSAIL said:

Yep sounds like a violation to me.  

Of course we know congress critters have never, ever used staff for personal issues.  No staff member has ever inquired into dinner reservations  for their boss.  No staff member has ever ordered BDAY presents for a spouse   In fact we know a staff member has never, ever given the president a blow job while on the company clock   Oh wait scratch the last one  

 

What about what about what about what about

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2 minutes ago, Clove Hitch said:

What about what about what about what about

Here I’ll make it simple

it sounds like Pruitt violated ethics laws and should be treated to the same standards as any other official that has violated ethic laws in the same manner.  

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It's pretty clear Trump wants the EPA to fail, since he put an incompetent grifter in charge. "Heck of a job, Brownie". The republicans hate the EPA because it represents Government obstructing their God-given right to force people to breathe dirty air and drink polluted water. Never mind that a republican president signed it into being. 

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22 minutes ago, TMSAIL said:
25 minutes ago, Clove Hitch said:

What about what about what about what about

Here I’ll make it simple

it sounds like Pruitt violated ethics laws and should be treated to the same standards as any other official that has violated ethic laws in the same manner.  

If that is what you believe, that is fine.

OTOH going on and on about how evil Democrats have committed all these crimes blah blah blah makes you sound like a spoiled child screeching when he sees another child getting some candy.

-DSK

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1 minute ago, Steam Flyer said:

If that is what you believe, that is fine.

OTOH going on and on about how evil Democrats have committed all these crimes blah blah blah makes you sound like a spoiled child screeching when he sees another child getting some candy.

-DSK

Nope just making my point that there is a history of this type of ethics violation on both sides.   What ever the common punishment is should apply. 

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5 minutes ago, Steam Flyer said:

If that is what you believe, that is fine.

OTOH going on and on about how evil Democrats have committed all these crimes blah blah blah makes you sound like a spoiled child screeching when he sees another child getting some candy.

-DSK

Agreed, It is childishish behavior. But the current makeup of the Republican Party is spoiled brats.

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4 minutes ago, TMSAIL said:

Nope just making my point that there is a history of this type of ethics violation on both sides.   What ever the common punishment is should apply. 

Please list all of the Obama cabinet secretaries who were referred to the DOJ.  

 

Go ahead, I'll wait....

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2 minutes ago, Left Shift said:

Please list all of the Obama cabinet secretaries who were referred to the DOJ.  

 

Go ahead, I'll wait....

Holder was held in contempt for protecting the Obama administration. He was Obama’s wingman.  So why would Obama’s wingman do anything to make his administration look bad. 

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3 minutes ago, TMSAIL said:

Holder was held in contempt for protecting the Obama administration. He was Obama’s wingman.  So why would Obama’s wingman do anything to make his administration look bad. 

In contempt by whom?   Republican congress critters? 

That is not an ethics violation.  Which is what we were discussing.

 

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But seriously, besides being a corrupt piece of shit that wants to poison Americans, there is something wrong in his head.  Couch surfing at a lobbyist's condo?  What kind of grown ass man does that?   Wanting to buy a used mattress? 

Something is off about this cock-splat. 

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23 minutes ago, TMSAIL said:

Nope just making my point that there is a history of this type of ethics violation on both sides.   What ever the common punishment is should apply. 

Well, there you go.

if you think behavior X is wrong, then it doesn't matter which side did it.

The fact that you repeatedly make it an issue of which side did it, shows that you are basically a partisan hack. Same as the person who, when told of a crime, their first question is what race the accused is........ what kind of person is that?

-DSK

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Ask anyone in Oklahoma (Besides Mattress Mary Fallon) about Pruitt, and the first thing they'll do is spit on the ground, and look uncomfortable. Then they'll say they don't regard him so highly.

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In response to the original question, just about everything imaginable and a few things that probably better left unimagined.

Once upon a time, SCOTUS said that something could be classified as pornographic if it was "without redeeming social value."  I submit that Pruitt meets that standard.

 

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2 hours ago, TMSAIL said:

Nope just making my point that there is a history of this type of ethics violation on both sides.   What ever the common punishment is should apply. 

Translation - “I am cool with ethics violations not being punished if I can point to previous times when they weren’t punished.”

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He needed the mattress for a comfy platform on which to rest in the lobbyist’s condo while he polished his mini cannon. Happens all the time. 

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Just now, Sol Rosenberg said:

He needed the mattress for a comfy platform on which to rest in the lobbyist’s condo while he polished his mini cannon. Happens all the time. 

Probably hoped that his old boss Mary Fallon would come to visit...... W/o her police escort......

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1 hour ago, Bus Driver said:

Translation - “I am cool with ethics violations not being punished if I can point to previous times when they weren’t punished.”

Did I say that?  See there you go flat out lying and thinking it’s fine.  

I never said not punished.  I said the same punishment.  

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2 hours ago, TMSAIL said:

Did I say that?  See there you go flat out lying and thinking it’s fine.  

I never said not punished.  I said the same punishment.  

And there we go not caring how you choose to split hairs. 

You reserve your outrage only for ethical violations by Democrats. 

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2 hours ago, TMSAIL said:

Did I say that?  See there you go flat out lying and thinking it’s fine.  

I never said not punished.  I said the same punishment.  

Me thinks the lady doth protest too much.....

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3 hours ago, TMSAIL said:

Did I say that?  See there you go flat out lying and thinking it’s fine.  

I never said not punished.  I said the same punishment.  

No. You did not use the words I typed. That’s why I included the word “Translation”. We all know, by the careful and specific wording of your posts above, that no one really ever gets punished for crap like this.

Ergo.....

 

 

Anyway, I do like your wording in this one -

it sounds like Pruitt violated ethics laws and should be treated to the same standards as any other official that has violated ethic laws in the same manner.”

Leaving yourself some wiggle room with the repeated “same”.  I have s hunch you could find a Brazilian ways to  dismiss similar instances as “not quite the same”. 

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14 hours ago, phillysailor said:
17 hours ago, TMSAIL said:

Did I say that?  See there you go flat out lying and thinking it’s fine.  

I never said not punished.  I said the same punishment.  

And there we go not caring how you choose to split hairs. 

You reserve your outrage only for ethical violations by Democrats. 

Tut tut now.

"Justice" means "Democrats get punished, Republicans don't" to guys like TMS and Dog. Don't go trying to derive some kind of actual moral or ethical principle, and don't try to embarrass them. Their brake lines have been cut. TM at least appears to have some slight lingering regret but lots of others are happily plunging over the cliff.

-DSK

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"Ask anyone in Oklahoma (Besides Mattress Mary Fallon) about Pruitt, and the first thing they'll do is spit on the ground, and look uncomfortable. Then they'll say they don't regard him so highly."

Not entirely correct; there's a fair percentage of the population in this reddest of red states, that thought he was a little too liberal but is doing God's work none the less.

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Pruitt Aide Resigns Amid Scandals

Millan Hupp filed her paperwork shortly after portions of her congressional testimony were made public.

 

https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2018/06/top-aide-to-epa-administrator-scott-pruitt-resigns/561974/

When reached by phone, Jahan Wilcox, an EPA spokesperson, would not comment. He said: “You have a great day, you’re a piece of trash.”

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AAANNNNNNDDDDD another.

Something up?

Chick-fil-a hiring?

 

 

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The depravity of this administration is something out of the late 19th century.   

Have any of you guys had to complete some sort of corporate ethics training?   

Gifts.  

Conflicts of interest.

 

This fucking guy is as big a piece a shit as the so-called president. 

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All it takes is a "hey, I'd like to hire you for a specific job.  PLEASE notify the proper authorities of your investments, and for christs sake, sell the ones that involve what I'm hiring you for.  Oh, and don't fucking make rules or policies that favor the ones you hid from me."

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On 6/4/2018 at 11:58 AM, TMSAIL said:

Yep sounds like a violation to me.  

Of course we know congress critters have never, ever used staff for personal issues.  No staff member has ever inquired into dinner reservations  for their boss.  No staff member has ever ordered BDAY presents for a spouse   In fact we know a staff member has never, ever given the president a blow job while on the company clock   Oh wait scratch the last one  

 

are you really that f'ed in the head, cheesedik?? why not save a little face and say you're not apologizing for that unspeakably vile MF'er.

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Yup, TM has drunk the kool aid, but I feel he is a decent guy.  I think he was brought up in a house that was staunch Republican and has never done any thinking on his own.

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6 hours ago, 3to1 said:
On 6/4/2018 at 2:58 PM, TMSAIL said:

Yep sounds like a violation to me.  

Of course we know congress critters have never, ever used staff for personal issues.  No staff member has ever inquired into dinner reservations  for their boss.  No staff member has ever ordered BDAY presents for a spouse   In fact we know a staff member has never, ever given the president a blow job while on the company clock   Oh wait scratch the last one  

 

are you really that f'ed in the head, cheesedik?? why not save a little face and say you're not apologizing for that unspeakably vile MF'er.

Yes, they're really -that- fucked in the head.

You underestimate how childish and spiteful the majority of Republican voters are. To them, because President Clinton lied about a blowjob, no Republican can ever be guilty of anything, forever. That's fair, right? No? Well then, it's so-o-o unfair!!!

-DSK

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On 6/4/2018 at 3:07 PM, RKoch said:

It's pretty clear Trump wants the EPA to fail, since he put an incompetent grifter in charge. "Heck of a job, Brownie". The republicans hate the EPA because it represents Government obstructing their God-given right to force people to breathe dirty air and drink polluted water. Never mind that a republican president signed it into being. 

Yeah but that was your grandaddy's Republican party. You know: conservative and conservation and all.

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Whenever this shit comes up, I like graphics.

Unrelated except to the point that corrupt mofos are all over politics like flies to scat.
Wherever there is money and power, you know who will be found...
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/07/23/nyregion/23moreland-commission-and-new-york-political-scandals.html

Corruption and bullshit are everywhere in every party. Frankly it is so common it is hard to stay on top of it all. Fortunately we seem to prosecute a goodly number of them in this country, unlike many countries where it is a lost cause.

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One dollar =one vote.   Quit pretending otherwise.   

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Not exactly the Teapot Dome scandal but more shit From Pruitt

White House eatery tells EPA chief Scott Pruitt he's there too much

https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2018/06/07/scott-pruitt-white-house-mess-hall/682314002/

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Scott Pruitt Asked Top Donors, Aide to Help His Wife Find a Job

This piece of shit belongs in a 3rd world country. . . . . . . so I guess he's okay under the Trump admin

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Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt had an aide ask top Republican donors to help his wife find a job, and eventually found her a position at a conservative political group

https://www.thedailybeast.com/scott-pruitt-asked-top-donors-aide-to-help-his-wife-find-a-job?ref=home

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On 6/4/2018 at 12:07 PM, RKoch said:

It's pretty clear Trump wants the EPA to fail, since he put an incompetent grifter in charge. "Heck of a job, Brownie". The republicans hate the EPA because it represents Government obstructing their God-given right to force people to breathe dirty air and drink polluted water. Never mind that a republican president signed it into being. 

I have a somewhat different theory concerning Republicans and the EPA.  It can be demonstrated most easily thusly:

-place the middle of your palm, fingers outstretched and together, on the tip of your nose.  Focus your eyes on your fingers.

This is my theory of Republican long range planning.  In this theory, Republicans only think about throwing shit a way that doesn’t cut into their bottom line.  The rest exists beyond The Hand.  It isn’t talking to the hand so much, it’s focusing on the hand, and not what’s beyond the hand.  It’s a very sophisticated and ironic stance based on the dada art movement of the early 20th Century.  I’ll find a pic that demonstrates the wellspring of this potent economic theory anon, if ever....

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I heard on the radio that 2 administration officials are leaving very soon. They didn't give names, but I suspect 1 is Pruitt.  The second, wild guess, is maybe Kelly?

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9 minutes ago, RKoch said:

I heard on the radio that 2 more administration officials are leaving very soon. They didn't give names, but I suspect 1 is Pruitt.  The second, wild guess, is maybe Kelly?

FIFY

Has anyone calculated the average job tenure or Trumps Best People?

Can it be measured in months or only weeks?

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3 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

FIFY

Has anyone calculated the average job tenure or Trumps Best People?

Can it be measured in months or only weeks?

The Mayfly Administration.

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19 minutes ago, RKoch said:

I heard on the radio that 2 administration officials are leaving very soon. They didn't give names, but I suspect 1 is Pruitt.  The second, wild guess, is maybe Kelly?

The Minister of Information and her assistant.  

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7 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

The Minister of DisInformation and her assistant.  

A friendly amendment

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8 hours ago, Amati said:

I have a somewhat different theory concerning Republicans and the EPA.  It can be demonstrated most easily thusly:

-place the middle of your palm, fingers outstretched and together, on the tip of your nose.  Focus your eyes on your fingers.

This is my theory of Republican long range planning.  In this theory, Republicans only think about throwing shit a way that doesn’t cut into their bottom line.  The rest exists beyond The Hand.  It isn’t talking to the hand so much, it’s focusing on the hand, and not what’s beyond the hand.  It’s a very sophisticated and ironic stance based on the dada art movement of the early 20th Century.  I’ll find a pic that demonstrates the wellspring of this potent economic theory anon, if ever....

and therein lays the 'problem';  two-legged parasitic trash, that on say, moral grounds, should be neutralized like a common cancer.

if it were up to me, I might throw a few of those evil cock splats on a bon fire just to make examples of 'em, an eye for an eye type of deal. ideally, there shouldn't be room for that type of raging asshole on the planet.

I hope the right-wing clowns here, or anyone else for that matter, let that sink in. just sayin..

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44 minutes ago, Sol Rosenberg said:

The Minister of Information and her assistant.  

Yep, I've seen that now. End of the year though, so not imminent.

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30 minutes ago, 3to1 said:

and therein lays the 'problem';  two-legged parasitic trash, that on say, moral grounds, should be neutralized like a common cancer.

if it were up to me, I might throw a few of those evil cock splats on a bon fire just to make examples of 'em, an eye for an eye type of deal. ideally, there shouldn't be room for that type of raging asshole on the planet.

I hope the right-wing clowns here, or anybody else, let that sink in.

The thing i don't get-- this piece of shit was Attorney General of Oklahoma.  How much graft and corruption did he get away with before he was on the national radar?

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1 hour ago, Clove Hitch said:

The thing i don't get-- this piece of shit was Attorney General of Oklahoma.  How much graft and corruption did he get away with before he was on the national radar?

IIRC, Oklahomans don't view him very favorably. I have no idea how he got on Trumps radar as an EPA head...perhaps a big oil company that donated heavily to Trump asked for him?

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3 hours ago, Clove Hitch said:

The thing i don't get-- this piece of shit was Attorney General of Oklahoma.  How much graft and corruption did he get away with before he was on the national radar?

he likely got away with a lot, and he's obviously far from being the only sociopathic, exploitive pos that does, every single day. it's pure sin and there's virtually no accountability, the money forbids it.

I hope the guy, and all those like him who wage a one-sided war against the natural world get cancer of the asshole and die a slow painful death. and fuck all the goofy simpletons who vote these sodomites into positions of political power, too. 

what do you gum-flapping 'righty' clowns here have to say about all this, join the 'discussion'. where's that demented brown noser poodle happy jack at?

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8 hours ago, RKoch said:

IIRC, Oklahomans don't view him very favorably. I have no idea how he got on Trumps radar as an EPA head...perhaps a big oil company that donated heavily to Trump asked for him?

Same with Pence and his previous stint in Indiana.  Amazing how these folks fall upward.

Pruitt's actions at the EPA are nothing new.

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Fuck Scott Pruitt. This asshole needs to go away  

Scott Pruitt, Under Fire, Plans to Initiate a Big Environmental Rollback

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2018/06/14/climate/pruitt-clean-air-water-rollbacks.html

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WASHINGTON — Scott Pruitt, the head of the Environmental Protection Agency, is expected on Friday to send President Trump a detailed legal proposal to dramatically scale back an Obama-era regulation on water pollution, according to a senior E.P.A. official familiar with the plan. It is widely expected to be one of his agency’s most significant regulatory rollback efforts.

And, as soon as Monday, the same official said, Mr. Pruitt is expected to publish another major change: his agency’s legal proposal to gut President Barack Obama’s rule to reduce climate-warming pollutionfrom vehicle tailpipes. That proposal risks triggering a court battle with California and raises the prospect that the American car market could be split in two, with different groups of states enforcing different pollution rules.

 

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On 6/13/2018 at 11:31 PM, RKoch said:

IIRC, Oklahomans don't view him very favorably. I have no idea how he got on Trumps radar as an EPA head...perhaps a big oil company that donated heavily to Trump asked for him?

Sail Ichan pushed hard for him. I wonder why? :)

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24 minutes ago, Mismoyled Jiblet. said:

Anyone who would work for a cunt like that deserves it.

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Whistleblower claims they routinely scrubbed his public calendar to avoid disclosing meetings with industry executives and representatives. Pruitt was involved in the process.

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2 minutes ago, SloopJonB said:

Anyone who would work for a cunt like that deserves it.

A lot of the career EPA staff have resigned. 

Its part of the GOP strategy.  Put incompetent and corrupt people in charge. When the inevitable chaos results, the republicans point to it and say "See? big government doesn't work". A republican wet-dream is to neuter the EPA, if not eliminate it entirely. Republicans love pollution, because it reduces short-term  business costs. 

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1 hour ago, Mismoyled Jiblet. said:

Kinda like working for The Trump Organization.

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yup, it's all about personal loyalty. put your fundraiser in charge of the office that approves FOIA requests? why not.

https://www.politico.com/story/2018/07/03/pruitt-pac-treasurer-public-records-releases-667031

amazing how little oversight the Republican congressional clowns are willing to exercise over this shit show while at the same time micromanaging the DOJ.

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Ycmtsu -

Pruitt directly asked Trump to replace Sessions with him

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/03/politics/scott-pruitt-jeff-sessions-trump/

CNN)Embattled Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt directly appealed to President Donald Trump this spring to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions and let him run the Department of Justice instead, according to three people familiar with the proposal. In an Oval Office conversation with Trump, Pruitt offered to temporarily replace Sessions for 210 days under the Vacancies Reform Act, telling the President he would return to Oklahoma afterward to run for office.

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13 minutes ago, Sean said:

Ycmtsu -

Pruitt directly asked Trump to replace Sessions with him

https://www.cnn.com/2018/07/03/politics/scott-pruitt-jeff-sessions-trump/

CNN)Embattled Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt directly appealed to President Donald Trump this spring to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions and let him run the Department of Justice instead, according to three people familiar with the proposal. In an Oval Office conversation with Trump, Pruitt offered to temporarily replace Sessions for 210 days under the Vacancies Reform Act, telling the President he would return to Oklahoma afterward to run for office.

Jesus fucking christ. We live in a banana republic.  

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Holy mother of god. What an asshole.

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44 minutes ago, Clove Hitch said:

Jesus fucking christ. We live in a banana republic.  

More like a banana peel. Pruitt stole the banana.

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On 6/4/2018 at 11:52 AM, Clove Hitch said:

This piece of shit accepts VIP passes to sports events from a coal baron and it turns out he wanted to buy a used mattress from a Trump hotel?  Did it have the faint odor of urine on it?

These corrupt fuckers cannot be thrown out soon enough. 

 

https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/scott-pruitt-used-trump-mattress_us_5b156404e4b02143b7cedbd4

 

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And he's out. Just saw on CNN, he's resigned. EPA deputy Andrew Wheeler takes over as interim administrator.

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5 minutes ago, Nice! said:

And he's out. Just saw on CNN, he's resigned. EPA deputy Andrew Wheeler takes over as interim administrator.

Yep. 

 

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