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Fire EPA Employees, Says Geologist: ‘Where Is Donald Trump When You Need Him?’

Dave Taylor, the retired geologist who predicted the EPA project that caused the massive 3 million toxic spill in Colorado on August 5 would fail, says the EPA employees caused the spill should be fired as soon as possible. “But of course, that probably won’t happen. Where is Donald Trump when you need him?” Taylor asked rhetorically.

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EXCLUSIVE – Geologist Who Predicted EPA Spill: ‘They Just Didn’t Think’

Dave Taylor, the retired geologist who predicted the EPA project that caused the 3 million gallon toxic spill into the Animas River in Colorado would fail, tells Breitbart News, “I didn’t really know they were going to fool with the Gold King mine in addition to the Red and Bonita mine.”

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EPA Causes Toxic Spill into Colorado River

Some of the major rivers and lakes of the Southwest, including the Colorado River, the San Juan River and Lake Powell, may turn polluted and dangerous after the Environmental Protection Agency badly managed a cleanup crew on Wednesday that was trying to drain water containing metals such as arsenic, lead, cadmium, aluminum, and copper from the Gold King Mine.