Trump’s campaign promises are about to hit the Environmental Protection Agency by way of executive orders undoing eight years of unelected bureaucratic B.S.
Staff at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency have been told that President Donald Trump is preparing a handful of executive orders to reshape the agency, to be signed once a new administrator is confirmed, two sources who attended the meeting told Reuters on Wednesday.
Reports say that up to five executive orders could be signed in the coming days that would reverse former President Obama’s unconstitutional orders on carbon dioxide, coal mining, fossil fuels, and electricity generation.
The orders will likely lower the cost of power generation, industrial production and resource production which should generate employment in industries crushed by Obama’s ideological policies.
The President is not expected to sign the EO’s until his pick for EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is confirmed.
The delay is likely to allow Pruitt to clean out the Obama loyalists from a heavily politicized agency before attempting to adopt Trump’s policies.
Stories have surfaced of EPA employees trying to hide databases, papers and research from the Trump administration possibly in fear that honest scrutiny could reveal untruthful research, forged statistics, and a heavily-politicized agency.