I’ve long ago given up on Trump’s Swamp dweller Ryan Zinke, secretary of the Department of Interior.
In the comments True Brigand links to the many scummy things he’s done.
But he’s making the right noises here. Perhaps he’s learned something on the job.
The Restore Our Parks Act has a good chance to pass. Trump will sign it. I’ll take that as a win … if it happens.
Last year, our parks had 330 million visitors, with more visitors expected this year.
Unfortunately, our park system has been neglected and is in need of rebuilding. We are loving our parks to death. The backlog of critical maintenance and repairs in the National Park Service stands at $11.6 billion and until recently, addressing the backlog seemed to be out of our reach. …
A bipartisan bill that is now before the Senate would achieve this worthy goal. Thanks to the efforts of leaders like Sens. Rob Portman (R-Ohio), Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), Mark Warner (D-Va.), Angus King (I-Maine), and many others, the bill has momentum as others join to show their commitment to our public lands. I commend every senator involved in this effort for recognizing that preserving our parks is not a Republican or Democrat issue – it is an American issue. …
Bipartisan bill would bring needed funds to deteriorating National Park Service infrastructure
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Are you kidding me? Do your due diligence on Zinke. This video is meaningless. Here, educate yourself and remember-if you buy the party line you are a sucker. Jeesh.
The real story:
These are a small sample. Please stop pushing this false narrative. You only do harm with this nonsense.
Thanks. He’s scum. No doubt.
But if the Restore Our Parks Act does pass. Gets signed into law. I’ll give the scumbag some credit.