Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Obama Admin Revives the Age of Tuskegee Experimentation

Hat tip DC:
Report: EPA tested deadly pollutants on humans to push Obama admin’s agenda
The Environmental Protection Agency has been conducting dangerous experiments on humans over the past few years in order to justify more onerous clean air regulations.
The agency conducted tests on people with health issues and the elderly, exposing them to high levels of potentially lethal pollutants, without disclosing the risks of cancer and death, according to a newly released government report.

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Anonymous said...

Man, you're a sucker.

The name "Obama" appears once in that story, and it's in the headline. And the story does not even back up its claim, but meanwhile it's parroted on every conservatine wingnut website there is.

Like here.

And here.

And here.

And here.
And here.

And here.

But by all means, squawk on, little parrot. Eat your nutty seed and keep pooping out the company line.

Rusty said...

Read the link to the EPA report. It states:

The EPA followed applicable regulations when it exposed 81 human study subjects to concentrated airborne particles or diesel exhaust emissions in five EPA studies conducted during 2010 and 2011. However, we identified improvements that could be made to the EPA’s policies and guidance to enhance protection of study subjects

The Kansas Citian did not say Obama personally conducted these tests. He said his administration did. The EPA is not a Cabinet department, but the administrator is normally given cabinet rank. Thus, the Obama administration is responsible for the actions of this agency in the years 2010-2011, the years of the experiments.

Finally, what difference does it make that this story is being covered by various bloggers? Does that somehow diminish it, or make it not true? Had you followed the links at the Daily Caller you could have read the report yourself. I imagine stories painting the GOP in a negative light are carried by all the usual left wing nuts. That doesn't necessarily make them not true.

You owe the blogger an apology.

theKansasCitian said...

The story does not backup it's claim? You apparently you can't read, but then again, what should we expect from a low information voter.

Here is the inspector general report: