Navajo president blasts feds after FEMA rejects request for disaster relief from EPA toxic spill

by Valerie Richardson - The Washington Times  |  published on September 6, 2015

DENVER — Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye unloaded on the federal government Friday after the Federal Emergency Management Agency refused his request for disaster relief resulting from the Environmental Protection Agency’s toxic spill.

The notice came as the EPA began removing emergency water tanks last week provided to Navajo farmers for their livestock.

  • The EPA needs to be defunded no longer exist! Same with many agencies, like the BLM (not Black LIES Matter, but Bureau of Land Management), TSA, ICE, IRS, FEMA, and many, many, many more need to be flushed down the drain! We need a much smaller government, a very strong Military, and an American Patriotic Administration, not this Queer and Dyke Muslim sewer we call the Obama Administration, ran by the Kenyan Muslim Queen, Hussein! That McCarthy Whore, in charge of the EPA, needs to be found in a shallow grave, along with her boss!

  • KDC

    Take them to court and sue them royally. If It were a citizen they’d be on them like white on rice! Go after the EPA, Navajo nation.

  • Walt

    I find it appalling and condescending that this government, who took the native American’s land without asking, and sticks them on a reservation in no man’s land, and can’t provide help when requested, but can send billions of dollars to a country who wants to develop nuclear bombs to destroy us. And this government had the audacity to call native Americans savages back in the day. What did they expect them to do, have a back yard BBQ in the government’s honor? I’ve been to the Navajo Nation, and I have to say in comparison, the government kept the, Waldorf Hotel, while they gave the native Americans, Motel 6. And the government didn’t even keep the light on for them. I stand with the Navajo Nation 100%…

  • elda

    Sue their @$$es!

  • disqus_tpc8waQI76

    get an in junk ion and then file case action law suit against the feds

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