EPA spends $25K on soundproof room for Scott Pruitt

Scott Pruitt took a $14,000 flight to Oklahoma to talk about closing EPA offices

In an unprecedented and entirely suspicious move, the EPA has decided to spend $25,000 in taxpayer money to create a soundproof booth for EPA administrator Scott Pruitt to hold private conversations. This is just the latest maneuver by the head of the EPA to create a sense of privacy in his offices, and it can only…

2 Responses to EPA spends $25K on soundproof room for Scott Pruitt

  1. Imhotep October 2, 2017 at 11:54 am #

    Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and EPA’s Pruitt are working hand-in-glove to accommodate mining and drilling on public lands by mineral, gas and oil companies.

    Except in Zinke’s home state of Montana.

    Trump called our national parks “a massive land grab” by the federal government.

    Zinke and Pruitt believe that Trump is correct so they ordered a huge scale back of four large monuments in the West including Bears Ears in Utah, which will clear the path to drill for oil and gas, and mine for minerals.

    Except in Zinke’s home state of Montana.

    In Montana Zinke wants to create a new national monument out of forests bordering Glacier National Park.
    He also wants to curb mining along the border with Yellowstone National Park.

    It would appear that Pruitt wants lots of secret, private time with Zinke, the oil and gas industry CEO’s, and the heads of the mining corporations.

    There oughta be a law against soundproof collusion.

  2. Lless October 2, 2017 at 2:35 pm #

    Twenty five large for a quiet space that drowns the words “climate change” in relaxing white noise.

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