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Trump Pick: Fossil Fuels Ended Slavery!


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Kathleen Hartnett White was embarrassed throughout her last CEQ hearing, however she's mosting likely to try once again. Cenk Uygur as well as John Iadarola, hosts of The Young Turks, go over. Inform us what you assume in the comment area below.

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" Among the most awkward political flops of 2017 was Donald Trump's nomination of Kathleen Hartnett White, a longtime fossil-fuel advocate, to direct the White Home Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ). Her verification hearing was a catastrophe, captured for posterity on YouTube. While she made it out of board on party lines, the complete Us senate decreased to consider her election as part of a bipartisan bargain.

Currently, she's back.

To the shock of Hill-watchers, White has been re-nominated, establishing a showdown with Democrats and Republicans alike. (Each Us senate guidelines, candidates not validated at the end of the year must be re-submitted.) One onlooker called her "the most threatened of President Trump's ecological candidates."
We're all used to the "fox protecting the henhouse" sensation in this administration …" *.

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  1. Posted by Eric Yates, at Reply

    We should give her a job in the coal mines. There’s plenty of carbon down there that I’m sure she would be happy to breathe in.

  2. Posted by Blackatchaproduction, at Reply

    If the legion of doom were to dress up like clowns. They would be the trump administration

  3. Posted by Sabrina Hill, at Reply

    Carbon has what plants crave.

    • Posted by Rinnosuke, at Reply


    • Posted by jeck jeck, at Reply

      Sabrina Hill
      Toilet water?

    • Posted by Andy Christ, at Reply

      I’m sure it is carbon dioxide not Brawndo…

  4. Posted by Ragitsu, at Reply

    Her type of argument is idiotic precisely because it can be used to “justify” anything which has steadily become obsolete and even detrimental.

    “Horses made travel much easier!” Are we going to/need to go back to horses as a significant means of transportation? No.
    “Telegraphs increased the speed at which messages could be sent and received!” We’re not going to see a resurgence of the telegraph industry.
    “Lead was an incredible metal that various cultures used in everyday living!” Lead poisoning is now a well known ailment. The presence of lead and lead-based products has gone down significantly (at least when it comes to the Average Joe/Jane) over time.

    Along similar lines, this woman’s thinly-veiled defense of fossil fuels in an age when we can and NEED to do better comes off as equally laughable.

  5. Posted by Jennifer McMahon, at Reply

    So she’s pro fossil fuels… against science… equaling she’s a freaking hypocrite

  6. Posted by dstmars1, at Reply

    I watched her full hearing and she was utterly pathetically unqualified.

  7. Posted by Robyn Andrews, at Reply

    She looks like a ‘fossil’ herself. πŸ˜‚

  8. Posted by dangerouslytalented, at Reply

    Mechanisation of mills from coal power made slavery worse, by supplying a huge market for cotton.

    • Posted by KingCantona14, at Reply

      That doesn’t make sense. Slavery didn’t end for moral reasons; it ended for economic reasons. so the Agricultural revolution and the Industrial revolution made the argument against slavery easier

  9. Posted by Tru metalhead on Maui ey, at Reply

    Wow! And to think that I read about the 250 slavery revolts led by Nat Turner and Denmark Vessey, two Black men they never teach about in school.I always was taught about the Underground Railroad and Harriet Tubman every Februrary, but nothing about Turner and Vessey.Until I read about them on my own, away from school.

  10. Posted by A Rude Gesture, at Reply

    In any civilised country, she would’ve been laughed out of office. So insanely stupid comments like that would’ve ended her career in most of the world.

    • Posted by vick3d, at Reply

      A Rude Gesture, her point wasn’t that far out. She didn’t even say “slavery in the United States.” I assumed she meant slavery in the Arab world.

    • Posted by A Rude Gesture, at Reply

      “her point wasn’t that far out.” Really? What do you base that on?
      “She didn’t even say “slavery in the United States.” I assumed she meant slavery in the Arab world.”
      Which is why, famously, there has been no slavery in the middle east, north Africa or in Sudan since they started producing oil? Oh…wait. Either way, what makes you think she’s not talking about the US? Are all of her statements about foreign countries? In which case, why should she be a policy-maker in the US if her expertise is pertaining to the rest of the world?
      Either way, if your interpretation is correct, then her statements would not pertain to, nor be applicable in, the USA.

  11. Posted by Bogdan Vera, at Reply

    This is some Captain Planet level villainy.

  12. Posted by rewer, at Reply

    She would be the perfect villain in Captain Planet.

    • Posted by chairman lmao, at Reply

      Goes to show how low-stakes that cartoon was.

  13. Posted by Heat And Serve, at Reply

    Sure, there might be a causal link where steam power led to the need for less slaves. But it also led to child workers, wage slavery and marked the beginning of widespread global pollution.

    Otherwise it’s great. Really.

    P.S. There is some crackpot named Matt Ridley who advocated this idea. Ironically also a climate change skeptic and pro-Brexit. She’s not even original lunatic.

    • Posted by Nonune Konsequence, at Reply

      Also, lets examine this. The Rail Companies basically enslaved the Chinese and Irish doing the work, paying them In Company Credit, so they reaped the profits after making them pay out every dime they were paid… Nope, not a work model to be Proud of Idiots.

  14. Posted by Greg B, at Reply

    Draining the swamp and filling it with the circus

  15. Posted by Ntwadumela MATA, at Reply

    πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Oh My. United States of America laughing stocks of world.

  16. Posted by DurpyDurp1, at Reply

    She sounds like the satirical portrayal of a politician on GTA V. A scary instance of life imitating art

  17. Posted by stephanie cust, at Reply

    why on gods green earth is it legal to put these people that don’t believe in science in a position in science ….i just don’t get it

  18. Posted by Smaakjeks K, at Reply

    To these alarmists who insist that tsunamis ruin lives:
    Water is the basis for life! Our bodies are 65% water! As the evidence for tsunamis wanes, the efforts of these alarmists to dehydrate human societies become increasingly desperate.

    • Posted by rif42, at Reply

      LOL! Satire at its finest.

    • Posted by Doodlebugdude, at Reply

      Smaakjeks K Water load a nonsense!

  19. Posted by Aesithair Runekafi, at Reply

    Another causation does not equal correlation statement.