The absolute madman strikes again.
According to a report from The Daily Caller, President Donald Trump plans to trash some Obama-era ‘clean energy’ exhibits in the EPA Museum and replace them with ‘shrines to the coal industry.’ Now, if that’s not boner-inducing, I frankly don’t know what is.
Granted, most people have never even heard of the EPA Museum. The author had to look it up to verify that such a stupid building existed. It does, and unsurprisingly, this waste of taxpayer dollars was commissioned by the Obama administration. Those folks always had their priorities in order.
Apparently, the museum – which is intended to pay reverent homage to the great achievements of the Environmental Protection Agency over the past decade – is so obscure that EPA officials actually had to call up the Trump administration and notify them that it existed.
And once they did, the madman struck.
“President Donald Trump wants to reformulate a museum recognizing the agency’s work over more than four decades, a career EPA official told WaPo. One of the changes to the obscure museum includes scraping exhibits about the Clean Power Plan and replacing them with references to the coal industry.
The museum was created during the Obama-era and includes many of former President Barack Obama’s signature efforts to fight climate change. A plaque on one of the exhibits reads: ‘The CPP shows the world that the United States is committed to address climate change.’
Officials at the EPA notified the Trump administration of the museum’s existence and gave White House officials a tour of the exhibits. Trump’s predecessor commissioned the museum’s construction, which was built on the shoestring budget of $300,000.”
One can only imagine the seizures and pearl-clutching that would ensue among Beltway elites when they find out President Trump plans to replace their precious shrines to green energy with monuments to the fossil fuel industry.
The author thinks it would be particularly amusing if a giant bucket filled to the brim with coal was placed in the middle of the museum. Imagine the fainting spells that would occur right on the spot.
The bucket could be put in place of the museum wing dedicated to the shitty Paris climate accord, which President Trump withdrew from in June.
One thing’s for sure: the EPA just found a lump of coal in their early-Christmas stocking this year.