Was the whole crisis manufactured by HER in a debate?
"Flint native Michael Moore, for instance, claimed in a Jan. 30, 2016 editorial for EcoWatch that elevated lead levels caused housing prices to plummet. Flint’s average home sale price dipped slightly during the crisis, and in the past year prices have surged 39 percent. New York Times’s writer Charles Blow took the issue several steps further."
You could argue that Michael Moore is a poster child for some kind of brain poisoning, if not Flint's seemingly manufactured "lead problem."
Killery Clinton, Michael Moore-is-Less. Blow-hard are certainly people I trust on just about anything they spew.
You folks will believe anything that supports your deep rooted need for conspiracy theories. In fact, the national media was on to the story in 2014. General Motors stopped using Flint public water in its plants in October 2014 (that GM was largely responsible for the contamination in the Flint River is another story). Michigan's DEP knew for months about the contamination but refused to make it public. The Republican appointed emergency manager refused to switch back to the original source.
Thanks for reminding us that Republicans are perfect, just like Democrats.
Don't forget to get your tax refund application in on time, Fair Share.
And oh yeah, don't forget to rip me with the "anonymous poster" crappola.
OK. It would be accurate to say the the whole crisis was exploited by HER in a debate. Not a "conspiracy" but merely the sort of garden-variety political calculation any cynical politician wouldn't hesitate to deploy to smear an opponent.
No doubt the punctilious Mr. Weinand has written a private note to Mrs. Clinton castigating her for her shameless cynicism.
If he can write from the grovelling position, that is....