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19.3.20

Who said this? 'Pelosi is a reptile' - Nancy Pelosi Blocks Gulf Disaster Investigation

A presidential hopeful currently in second place for the Green Party's nomination fired a string of tweets late last night calling Rep. Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., a "reptile" and "criminal."

"Pelosi is a reptile – watch their eyes," wrote actress and presidential candidate Roseanne Barr on the popular social media site Twitter.

"Pelosi is a criminal too – insider trader with Visa," Barr wrote, referring to an expose run by "60 Minutes" last year showing how some lawmakers have profited off technically legal insider trading and spotlighting a lucrative purchase of Visa shares Pelosi's husband made while Congress was considering new credit card regulations. "She needs to go – vote her out!"

Looking ahead to the Green Party's Presidential Nominating Convention in Baltimore, Md., in July, Barr is currently in second place, according to the Party's latest published tally, having garnered 81 of a possible 401 delegates.

The frontrunner, Jill Stein, a physician who ran against Mitt Romney for governor of Massachusetts as the Green Party candidate in 2002, leads a pack of four presidential hopefuls with 193 delegates.

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According to a USA Today report, Stein has sent out a press release claiming she has secured another 10 delegates, making her the presumptive nominee, but Barr has refused to concede.

Barr Spokeswoman Anita Stewart sent an email last week asserting, "As I write this, Candidate Barr is still campaigning for the Green Party. I don't have any other official word at this time. She has definitely not dropped from the race."

Barr also chimed in through Twitter, arguing she has earned the right to speak at the convention because "I received more delegates than any other challenger hs received (i broke thru the mandated wall) – I received nearly ALL votes by ppl of color."

Barr has a history of blasting other female politicians, calling former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin a "sociopath" in 2008 and pledging she would "slap Nancy Pelosi right in her face, that's what I want to say, if I ever happen on [her] … I will walk right up to Nancy Pelosi and slap her right in the face."

Barr's most recent rant against Pelosi, after calling the former U.S. House Speaker a "reptile," continued with the tweet, "Reptile-like criminals in control of our government" and concluded with calling Linda Lingle, the former Republican governor of Hawaii and current U.S. Senate candidate, a "reptile."



The Green Party presidential nominee, USA Today reports, will appear on general election ballots in more than 20 states this November.

https://www.wnd.com/2012/06/who-said-this-pelosi-is-a-reptile/



Nancy Pelosi Blocks Gulf Disaster Investigation

http://www.infiniteunknown.net/2010/07/29/nancy-pelosi-blocks-gulf-disaster-investigation/

07/28/2010

The latest version of the CLEAR Act is slated for a floor vote in the House this week as Democrats look for ways to use the Gulf oil spill as a means to pass elements of their unpopular energy agenda.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) stripped out authorization for an independent investigation into the Gulf disaster.

The Natural Resources Committee unanimously passed the amendment in committee markup July 14 offered by Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) that would establish a bipartisan, independent, National Commission on Outer Continental Shelf Oil Spill Prevention.

Unlike the commission set up by President Obama — packed only with environmental activists and no petroleum engineers — the commission unanimously approved by the Natural Resources committee would be comprised of technical experts to study the actual events leading up to the Deepwater Horizon disaster.

Not a single member of the committee voiced opposition at the bill’s markup. The Senate has also approved an independent commission.

“To investigate what went wrong and keep it from happening again, the commission must include members who have expertise in petroleum engineering. The President’s Commission has none,” Cassidy, the amendment’s author, told HUMAN EVENTS after the announcement. “It defies common sense that this amendment passed unanimously in committee, only to be deleted in the Speaker’s office.”

Rep. Doc Hastings (R-Wash.), top Republican on the Natural Resources Committee said the Obama’s administration’s commission was set up to protect the President.

“By deleting the bipartisan, independent oil spill commission that’s received bipartisan support in both House and Senate committees, Democrats have shown they are more interested in protecting the President than getting independent answers to what caused this tragic Gulf spill. Some of the biggest failures that contributed to the Gulf disaster are the direct responsibility of the federal government and by deleting this bipartisan, independent commission, Democrats ensure that only the President’s hand-picked commission will be digging into any failures of his own Interior Department appointees. There is widespread agreement that no member of the President’s commission possesses technical expertise in oil drilling, and several are on the record in opposition to offshore drilling and support a moratorium that will cost thousands of jobs,” Hastings said.

The bill also sets up myriad regulations and new standards and laws for drilling that have nothing to do with offshore drilling.

“Even more outrageous is this bill’s attempt to use the oil spill tragedy as leverage to enact totally unrelated policies and increase federal spending on unrelated programs by billions of dollars. What does a solar panel in Nevada, a wind turbine in Montana, uranium for nuclear power, or a ban on fish farming have to do with the Gulf spill? Nothing — but the spill is a good excuse to try and pass otherwise stalled or unpopular new laws,” Hastings said.

Another member of the committee, Rep. John Fleming (R-La.), pointed out the hand-picked Obama commission is just getting underway with no findings or recommendations made.

“This ‘fix it’ bill is being rammed through without an accurate and full understanding of what actually went wrong. The Presidential Commission is just barely beginning its work, no investigations are yet concluded, and the failed [blowout preventer] still on the ocean floor, yet we are voting on a bill without knowing what went wrong,” Fleming said.

“Furthermore, at a time when Washington should be focused on creating jobs, this bill will do just the opposite by hampering future energy development and stifling job creation along the Gulf Coast,” Fleming added. “This knee-jerk legislation — coupled with the Administration’s damaging Moratorium on offshore drilling — will worsen, not help, the situation.”

Yet the House is poised to vote this week on the CLEAR Act, likely Friday.

“This bill has less to do with preventing another spill than it does preventing domestic energy production,” Cassidy said.

UPDATE: House Republicans released bullets on the CLEAR Act this morning breaking down some of the measures included in the bill, including:

- Imposes job-killing changes and higher taxes for onshore natural gas and oil production. It fundamentally changes leasing onshore by the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management, which affects not just leasing for natural gas and oil, but also for renewable energy including wind and solar. Forest Service and BLM leasing are shoved into the three new agencies that are replacing the former Minerals Management Service (MMS).

- Creates over $30 billion in new mandatory spending for two programs that have nothing to do with the oil spill (the Land and Water Conservation Fund and the Historic Preservation Fund). In the version of the bill headed to the House floor, Democrats added brand new language that expressly allows this $30 billion to be earmarked by the Appropriations Committee.

- Raises taxes by over $22 billion in ten years – with the taxes eventually climbing to nearly $3 billion per year. This is a direct tax on natural gas and oil that will raise energy prices for American families and businesses, hurt domestic jobs, and increase our dependence on foreign oil. This tax only applies to U.S. oil and gas production on federal leases – giving an advantage to foreign oil and hurting American energy jobs.

- Requires the federal takeover of state authority to permit in state waters, which reverses sixty years of precedent. The mismanagement, corruption and oversight failures of the federal government are being used as justification to expand federal control by seizing management from the states.

- Allows 10% of all offshore revenues – an amount possibly as high as $500 million per year – to be spent on a new fund controlled by the Interior Secretary to issue ocean research grants (ORCA fund). There is no requirement that the fund is used for the Gulf region or anything related to oil spills or offshore drilling. These funds can be earmarked.

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