Buttigieg Brags About ‘Infrastructure’ Bill As Ohio Citizens Decry WH Response To Train Derailment
Citizens of East Palestine, Ohio during a Wednesday night town hall questioned the Biden administration’s response to the February 3 train derailment that resulted in hazardous chemical gasses being unleashed throughout the surrounding area and into the atmosphere.
After the derailment, authorities decided that a “controlled burn” of the chemicals was appropriate, supposedly in order to prevent a much larger explosion from occurring. The decision caused a massive chemical fire, with plumes of black smoke seen for miles around, Valiant News reported.
“Where’s Pete Buttigieg?” shouted one town hall attendee.
“I don’t know. Your guess is as good as me,” East Palestine Mayor Trent Conway. “Yesterday was the first time I heard anything from the White House.”
Just one day prior to the East Palestine town hall, Biden administration Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg published his first set of remarks about the disaster.
His statement came nearly a week after the town was plagued with the chemical catastrophe that has been likened to America’s modern “Chernobyl.”
“In the wake of the East Palestine derailment and its impact on hundreds of residents, we’re seeing lots of newfound or renewed (and welcome) interest in our work on rail safety, so I wanted to share more about what we’ve been doing in this area,” Buttigieg claimed.
The Transportation Secretary then bragged about “historic investments on rail safety” from Biden’s $1.5 trillion infrastructure law, which notably failed to prevent the Ohio train derailment despite the massive spending package being focused on “climate change mitigation, resilience, equity and safety” for water systems, roads, bridges, and railway systems, Valiant News reported.
We are making historic investments on rail safety through funding in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, work that accelerates this year and continue in the years to come.
— Secretary Pete Buttigieg (@SecretaryPete) February 14, 2023
“We are making historic investments on rail safety through funding in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, work that accelerates this year and continue in the years to come,” Buttigieg said.
“The infrastructure law created a new program that provides $3 billion dedicated to eliminating at-grade rail crossings to reduce crashes and save lives. We will announce awards for the first round of projects this summer,” he added.
February 16, 2023 at 4:18 pm
Well seems the gay beaver is more concerned about judging male bootie than being a transportation sec. He needs to stop chewing on logs and do the job he was “hired” to do.
February 17, 2023 at 10:36 am
Peter Butt Fag Fag , has Aids of the Brain !!
Fire Him ,Take his Wages and Deport him to SF , Fag Town !!
He can clean the streets of Human Schiff !!
February 16, 2023 at 4:55 pm
Buttgeek, you are a complete brainless idiot. No idea what you are hired to do. One day all your crap will catch up with you, merciless.
February 16, 2023 at 5:41 pm
Pete is a sorry pos and should not be in our government. The little pussy wife in a gay marriage needs to resign and stfu
February 16, 2023 at 8:45 pm
This money was sent to Democrat run and ruined cities to repair the damage done by corrupt Democrat Governors and Mayors. It had NOTHING to do with national infrastructure maintenance and upgrades.
February 16, 2023 at 9:57 pm
Time for buttinface to get the hell out. Fire his ass.
February 17, 2023 at 10:31 am
Buttigieg is spending more time on all fours accepting back door poundings , breast feeding , and himself pacifying on a helmet and ingesting liberal jism , than he is trying to help the people in Ohio !!
February 18, 2023 at 11:03 am
Buttigieg knows nothing about the job he took on. When he was Mayor he couldn’t even get the streets repaired. He is a Demonrat and only cares about himself.
Pete go home and stay there, you have NOT helped the American people at all and you don’t care how many die because of what happened in E. Palestine. Very EVIL!