Senator Bernie Sanders is highly alarmed that a high percentage of EPA staffers have been deemed “non-essential” during the shutdown, what with the “climate crisis” and all:
The scientists tell us that the future of the planet is endangered by climate change. Meanwhile, because of Trump's government shutdown, about 95% of E.P.A. employees have been furloughed because they are "non-essential." How insane is that? pic.twitter.com/1XiUvqbzUf
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) January 15, 2019
Sanders, who is already a 9.9 on climate change hysteria on a scale of 1 to 10, will move up that last notch if he sees James Woods’ response:
When thinning the herd in our bloated federal government, the EPA is the gold medal starting point… https://t.co/hrJL2eqCj0
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 16, 2019
Consider Bernie triggered.
And I got up today and the sun was out. Seems 95% were not needed.
— bigal64 (@bigal64) January 16, 2019
Too bad Bernie isn’t furloughed.
— frances j ross (@fran8033) January 16, 2019
None of them are driving to work, so they are certainly helping the environment. Right Bernie? https://t.co/p35MqkYeft
— Dean Herbst (@herbstdw) January 16, 2019
If it’s such a problem Bernie might want to unload a house or two and stop flying to help reduce his carbon footprint until this “crisis” is over.