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EPA employees watch porn, steal electronics from work while the children of America are poisoned with lead-contaminated water

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(NaturalNews) Almost two months ago, state officials in Flint, Michigan, finally ran out of places to hide and the people throughout America learned the painful truth. Although it was more than obvious that changing Flint's water supply had been an absurd and utterly irresponsible decision, the residents were forced to drink and pay for the lead for nearly two years. Flint residents finally received bottled water in January this year, nearly two years after the government began poisoning their children with brain-damaging lead.

In the meantime, state employees were receiving clean water. Leaked e-mails have shown that budgeting wasn't the real issue either. And where was the EPA during all of this? You'd expect them to be working frantically in the attempt to at least prevent the same water disaster from taking place in other cities throughout the U.S. Well, no. EPA employees were busy getting drunk, watching porn and stealing electronics from work, among other things.

What the EPA were up to, while you paid their salaries

The EPA's Office of Inspector General recently released three reports summarizing EPA employee integrity cases. According to these reports, the IG had been supervising employees between April 2014 and September 2015, precisely when the people of Flint, Michigan, were struggling with undrinkable tap water. Did you think that the EPA was busy investigating the claims of Flint residents? Think again.

One EPA employee, for instance, was too busy getting drunk during work hours. He even got caught driving to work under the influence. And not just once, either. As it turns out, he had been indulging for several years. His sanction? None. The EPA allowed him to retire before termination.

For watching pornography at work for the past several years, a public servant receiving over $100,000 annually was suspended without pay for five days.

Another employee was stealing EPA property and selling it for quick cash, because wasting taxpayers' money to begin with was simply not bad enough.

A Senior Executive Service (SES) official was claiming to work when on vacation abroad. But he kept busy, alright! He managed to sum up $18,000 in international roaming charges on an EPA mobile device. He resigned, with no subsequent penalties.

Another employee was even carrying marijuana on federal property. He stayed at home for 21 days without pay.

Of course, it's all secret

The three reports keep on going. Just when you think you've heard the worst, here's an EPA manager who stole more than $5,000 in grant funds and was merely demoted for his conduct. Here's a SESer who gave the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project a positive review while owning more than $30,000 worth of stock in the very same company. He got punished with verbal counseling. And all of it is happening on taxpayers' money, while children throughout America are drinking poisonous water.

But you won't get to know who's doing what. Not under the Privacy Act, apparently. You, the citizen paying for the salaries of the entire EPA and putting your health into their hands, don't have the right to know the names of these offending employees. Otherwise, you might seek some sort of actually appropriate sanction.

Someone you can actually turn to

Just because the EPA is busy hiding its internal corruption instead of protecting the health of American citizens, that doesn't mean there's no one to turn to. Organized by the non-profit Consumer Wellness Center, with lab director Mike Adams, EPAwatch.org is prepared to map the heavy metals in tap water throughout America.

To offer them a helping hand, all you have to do is to submit your own tap water sample by following the instructions on the project's website, which you can read here. As more samples are tested, the results will be made public online and American residents will finally learn the truth about their local water.

Click here[PDF] to access the printable form for sending in your water sample to the Consumer Wellness Center lab.

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