Josh Fox (Photo credit: Public Herald)
[h/t to Gator] New questions are being raised about the EPA’s work with the director of the anti-fracking documentary, “Gasland.” Communications between activist Josh Fox and EPA officials were made public as part of an unrelated FOIA request by a watchdog group.
On Fox and Friends this morning, Steve Doocy asked Laura Ingraham whether these apparent ties are appropriate. She said since the EPA’s goal under President Obama seems to be to “shut down traditional oil and gas operations,” then “of course” a Hollywood ally would receive this kind of access.
“It’s all fair game, guys. It’s all appropriate in Obama-land. Harvey Weinstein and Michelle, coordinating her giving the award for Best Picture. Again, it’s all seamless. Hollywood is the Potomac, the Potomac is Hollywood. It’s all part of the entertainment, political, media complex. They all work with each other,” said Ingraham.
Watch the rest of the interview, including why Ingraham says Americans need to understand their tax dollars are now being spent on a “perpetual campaign,” not “serious governance.”