The continued use of glyphosate as a pre-harvest drying agent is contaminating America’s food supply with a known cancer-causing chemical. The EPA has known this for a long time, so the purpose of the march is to create publicity that will create public pressure to force the agency to do what it is supposed to do.
The far-left Occupy Wall Street organization ‘doxxed’ EPA chief Scott Pruitt and exposed his home address, in addition to encouraging their followers to take a pitchfork to him directly. While Twitter removes conservative voices from its platform for merely hurting people’s feelings, the company has no problem with the prolonged hate campaign against Pruitt, and is now allowing an actual death threat to remain published.
Scott Pruitt, the head of the EPA, is shaking up the agency by repealing Obama-era regulations that stifled development. He has proposed a rule to prevent the agency from relying on scientific studies that don’t publish the underlying data. “Americans deserve to assess the legitimacy of the science underpinning EPA decisions that may impact their lives,” Pruitt said. This rule would be a preemptive strike against further global-warming regulations that are based in junk science without real data behind it.
Since taking over the EPA, he has saved an estimated $30 billion by cutting waste and fraud. He replaced EPA advisory panels with independent experts instead of people who depend on the EPA for grant money. Pruitt rescinded the EPA’s regulations called ‘Waters of the United States’ that were merely a scheme for federal zoning and confiscation of private land.
Court documents reveal deep roots of corruption and collusion between Monsanto and the EPA. The EPA declared that Monsanto’s Roundup weed killer was safe without conducting tests on it. It relied solely on Monsanto research. […] Monsanto’s lead toxicologist, in her deposition to the court, admitted that the company did not run studies to see if there is a link to cancer. The EPA’s Jesse Rowland of the agency’s Cancer Assessment Review Committee even tried to kill cancer research conducted by the World Health Organization that indicated Roundup was carcinogenic.