Inflation is through the roof and the Biden Regime figures now would be a good time to expand the Federal Government, further burdening the American taxpayers. It’s not as if many Americans are already suffering at the gas pump, the grocery store, and paying for Bidenflation in general.
If you speak out against it, will they send The Ministry of Truth’s ‘Scary Poppins’ after you?
Below is Merrick Garland making the announcement.
“I’m announcing three actions that the department is taking to advance environmental justice. First, consistent with the President’s executive order on tackling the climate crisis at home and abroad, we are issuing a comprehensive environmental justice enforcement strategy. Associate Attorney General Vanita Gupta will discuss that strategy in just a moment. Second, I’m pleased to announce that we are launching the Justice Department’s first-ever Office of Environmental Justice to oversee and help guide the Justice Department’s wide-ranging environmental justice efforts.
Like all parts of government, it will get its own acronym. OEJ. And third, the Justice Department is issuing an interim final rule that will restore the use of an important law enforcement tool, supplemental environmental projects, subject to new guidelines and limitations that I will also be issuing today. Administrator Reagan and I know that the communities most impacted by environmental harm, are not isolated in any one part of our country. environmental crime and injustice, touch communities and all our cities, towns, rural areas, and on tribal land.” – Merrick Garland
Okay, so if the Biden Regime’s grift wasn’t obvious to you based on what Merrick Garland said, here’s Vanita Gupta delivering what I’m calling a ‘Buzzword Salad,’ in order to drive home the virtue signaling and emotional ploys of a cultivated victimhood mentality.
Greta Thunberg would be proud of this climate crisis virtuoso. The ‘Woke’ is strong with this one…
“The burdens of environmental pollution have long been born disproportionately by members of minority tribal, and low-income communities. No American should have to live, work or send their kids to school in a neighborhood that carries a disproportionate share of environmental hazards. The justice department is committed to doing everything we can to address these disparities. That is why, as the Attorney General mentioned, we are issuing a comprehensive strategy on environmental justice to guide the work of all department components. This new strategy will ensure that the department is using every available tool to secure environmental justice for everyone. This means prioritizing enforcement of environmental laws as well as civil rights statutes such as title six of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits recipients of federal funding from discriminating on the basis of race, color, or national origin.
The strategy directs department components to prioritize cases that reduce environmental harm on overburdened and underserved communities, including communities of color, tribal populations, and low-income rural and urban communities. To that end department components with the support from the new Office of Environmental Justice will be tasked with developing protocols to assess the environmental justice impact of their investigations. We also know that securing environmental justice demands the meaningful involvement of affected communities in the decisions that impact them. So the strategy directs the new Office of Environmental Justice to work to build deeper connections with communities that are affected by violations of environmental laws. It also requires all 93 US attorneys across the country to designate an environmental justice coordinator to help identify areas of concern in their communities and to establish procedures for members of the public to report those concerns.
To sustain our commitment to environmental justice, the department needs a workforce that is informed about environmental justice issues and concerns. The strategy thus requires the development of environmental justice education programs and training opportunities for Department personnel. This comprehensive strategy underscores the department’s commitment to ensuring that all Americans have access to clean water to drink, clean air to breathe, and help healthy thriving communities where they can live, work and raise their families. That is the heart of environmental justice. Thank you.” – Vanita Gupta