The Nuclear Option columnist for the Washington Times and Breitbart News, and Drudge Report editor Charles Hurt told Breitbart News Saturday that 5,000 Environmental Protection Agency hypocrites ensconce themselves in an urban domicile in DC, know nothing about freedom-loving Americans, and are polluting the Chesapeake Bay in a particularly nasty way.
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Hurt recounted much of the nightmarish story about a young Wyoming family’s encounter with the bullying EPA, which you can find in this week’s column of The Nuclear Option. The family has been harassed and threatened with a $75,000 per day fine if they do not drain a small pond that they created on their own rural land. The pond was made from a stream flowing on their property, which they use for stocking fish, and has become a habitat for ducks, geese, and other wildlife. According to the EPA, creating a body of water on your own property is a violation of Federal Law.
Moreover, the Washington Times columnist explained to Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon and Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow that the EPA resides in the District of Columbia, which has an inadequate sewage and overflow disposal system. As a result, on rainy days raw excrement from the EPA building makes its way into the waters of the Chesapeake Bay. As we know from reading Charlie’s column, he is a man of ideas and he has a good one to solve this waste management problem. Hurt proposed that all 5,000 of the EPA employees pay a $75,000 fine every time they flush a toilet on a rainy day.