“People of color” latest buzzwords to separate Americans by DNA
The absurd news report would be worthy of an April Fools’ Day joke, but it was given Page One prominence in an above-the-fold issue of the failing Arizona Republic on October 20. The headline? ‘Climate change is biased, EPA says.’ The next bold type line reads, ‘People of color harmed more often, report finds.’
The three-page report is typical of the manipulation that has put the local newspaper in dire straits, losing subscribers faster than any other in Gannett’s national stable.
It’s a certainty there is an agenda at play. In looking up the Biden era administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the name Michael Regan jumps out. Surely this can’t be the son of former President Reagan, misspelled? The answer is, of course not.
Regan, confirmed March 11, 2021 by a mostly party-line vote of 65 to 35, follows two other acting EPA directors since January. His assertion that climate change is biased is based in his own leftist vantage point that everything is biased against minorities. Regan is heralded as the first black male to head the department.
The agency was established by President Richard Nixon in 1970, but has now morphed into a quasi cabinet position that is based in governmental overreaches and promoting unnecessary regulations on businesses and property owners. It also incorporates an office of civil rights that has nothing to do with the environment.
This chart shows how the EPA has increased over the years, currently employing 14,279 people, with a budget of $9,237,153,000. The Biden administration’s proposed EPA FY 2022 budget has expanded to over $11,233,000,000 billion with 15,324 employees.
Not only does the Hillary-endorsing, Trump-despising newspaper routinely attack Republicans on a daily basis, it does so in unison, with editorials, viciously discriminatory columnists, carefully selected letters to the editor and the majority of cartoons which uniformly vilify conservative elected officials, candidates and perspectives, while making ethnic diversity its main focus.
This fake news purveyor, gasping its last breaths, needs to be put to rest. If you are still among the ever-dwindling number of subscribers to the Arizona Republic, and are tired of paying continually increasing rates to have your intelligence insulted, canceling is simple. Contact customer service at 1-800-332-6733. Balances less than $10.00 will not be refunded. It needs every dime to exist. You’ll be directed to an agent in the Philippines, since the fraudulent newspaper can pay half the salary they would have to pay American employees.