Watch this teacher school EPA Scott Pruitt at a restaurant

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt — the target of over a dozen ongoing investigations into improper behavior — was having lunch at a restaurant yesterday with his security detail in tow when a woman holding her two-year-old approached him and told him that he was an awful protector of the environment and urged him to resign, "before your scandals push you out." — Read the rest

Scott Pruitt had his security detail drive him to hotels in search of his favorite lotion

Most politicians are smart enough to stick their snouts in the trough when no one is looking. EPA head Scott Pruitt is one of the dumb ones. His pea-sized brain would rattle in his skull if it wasn't cushioned by an enormous ego, one that causes him to think he's a famous and important person who needs to be protected from all the little people out to get him. — Read the rest

EPA head Scott Pruitt flies first class because he thinks people who fly coach want to kill him

On May 1, 2017 Nino Perrotta, "Acting" Special Agent in Charge of EPA administrator Scott Pruitt's personal security detail, wrote a memo to justify his boss's flagrantly wasteful travel habits. Perrotta wrote, "We have observed and increased awareness and at times lashing out from passengers which occurs while the Administrator is seated in coach with PSD [his personal security detail] not easily accessible to him due to uncontrolled full flights." — Read the rest

EPA head Scott Pruitt is being investigated by the House of Representatives, Senate, White House, Office of Management and Budget, Government Accountability Office, and EPA Inspector General

EPA head Scott Pruitt has gone on a multi-million dollar luxury item spending spree at taxpayers' expense. With his soundproof booth, bulletproof limousines, and chartered private jets, he seems to think people care who he is and are out to get him, when in truth he's just one of the indistinguishable swamp creatures appointed by Trump to dismantle the federal government's regulatory agencies. — Read the rest

EPA broke the law by installing a $43,000 soundproof phone booth for agency head Scott Pruitt

The EPA broke the law by installing a $43,000 soundproof phone booth for agency head Scott Pruitt. It's just the latest in Pruitt's series of flagrant wastes of taxpayer money on extravagant purchases, including luxury travel. No other EPA leader has required a soundproof booth, but Pruitt told the House Energy and Commerce Committee that "It's necessary for me to be able to do my job." — Read the rest