EPA Sues Texas - Claim Our Concrete Plants are Racist
More terrorism from the Feds.
Building infrastructure is now an act of racial oppression.
If it sounds like they are making this up as they go, it’s because they are.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is investigating state environmental regulators accused of civil rights violations that happened when Texas recently updated its standard permit for concrete batch plants — facilities that have plagued communities of color in Houston.
Building roads, bridges, buildings, and sewer systems have been a “plague” to these people of various colors.
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality officials in 2021 amended the basic permit for batch plants, where materials to make concrete are stored and funneled when needed into concrete truck drums. The Harris County Attorney and nonprofit law firm Lone Star Legal Aid challenged the change.
County Attorney Christian Menefee and Lone Star lawyers alleged in separate complaints to the EPA earlier this year that the state agency discriminated against Black and Latino residents when they didn’t adequately ensure communities would be protected and didn’t appropriately seek input from people who aren’t fluent in English.
So there’s two separate issues here.
First they will determine if Texas officials took part in a conspiracy to harm people based on skin color by tweaking environmental regulations for concrete production.
They say this with a straight face, like this is a serious claim.
Most people would think ensuring a supply of concrete amidst the supply chain shortages from Covid lockdowns and endless money printing would be the TCEQ’s top consideration — keep the projects going.
Nope, skin color.
Always focus on the skin.
The next issue is EPA’s assertion that having everything in Spanish is now a civil right.
Presumably that means every language must be accommodated as a civil right, which is just as crazy as infinity gendered woke bathrooms as a civil right.
The whole “discrimination” thing was first sold to Americans as not judging people based on immutable characteristics. Well, now it’s just about whatever the Feds say. Could be about your language, could be about your underwear.
This is obviously a wacky pretext for an attack on Red states by the fake US President, Brandon the Usurper.
We need to end having Spanish accommodations and do English only if we want to have a society where people can communicate with each other.
There is certainly room for a debate about some of the early claims that TCEQ was allowing industry applicants to withhold emissions data during the public comment period on permit applications. However, the freaks who run the federal government immediately took the original, legitimate concern and turned the debate into a weird, race-Marxism attack on the act of making concrete.
It’s time for the Texas Rangers to raid the EPA offices in Texas and get to the bottom of this.