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The EPA fights the restrictions of Donald Trumps social media bans

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Pago Pago, American Samoa, October 2, 2009 – Chris Reiner, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and a representative from American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency observe a hazardous waste collection center.  The containment of hazardous waste is an important step in the removal of debris.

Pago Pago, American Samoa, October 2, 2009 – Chris Reiner, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and a representative from American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency observe a hazardous waste collection center. The containment of hazardous waste is an important step in the removal of debris.

Pago Pago, American Samoa, October 2, 2009 – Chris Reiner, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and a representative from American Samoa Environmental Protection Agency observe a hazardous waste collection center. The containment of hazardous waste is an important step in the removal of debris.

Matt Blake, Staff Reporter

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Dedicated people do not back down. The men and women of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have spent the last eight years working under a president that supported them in their prevention of Global Warming.

Then, he came. Donald J. Trump. Master of ignorance, spray on tan, and the origin of all the funny memes you’ve seen.

Comedic? Yes, but not now that he’s the most powerful man in the free world. Trump now has the ability to shut down immigration, use Paul Ryan like a little puppet, and tell the people of the EPA they cannot post on their social media to inform their followers of environmental issues.

The EPA is an organization that works to protect the environment and prevents the people of the United States from doing more harm to it through education.

People of the EPA have dedicated their lives to fighting for the environment and will not give up to lazy and skeptical Americans who continue to mindlessly burn fossil fuel.

@NotAltWorld and @AltNatParkSer are two Twitter accounts that are standing up to the injustice of the recent commands of our new president.

“How sad is it that rogue Twitter accounts must exist just to communicate FACTS to the American public? #TrumpsAmerica #NPS” said, @AltNatParkSer.

Mr. Trump, isn’t freedom of speech a constitutional right? Isn’t it the job of the EPA to inform us of environmental conditions? Do you really think that Global Warming isn’t happening?

Abuse of power is a major problem American Citizens have. They have a man ignorant of the issues and driven on pure ego with an agenda for himself in charge of the country.

If the EPA’s freedoms don’t concern him, do you think Trump is going to pay attention to yours? Who should have freedoms and what kind of person should decide who has freedoms? Trump was the man we elected to make these decisions and there are many more like these to come.

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