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- June 7, 2023
Johnson: Commerce Dept Not Cooperating with SharpieGate Investigation
WASHINGTON, DC (House Science Committee PR) – Today, Chairwoman Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-TX) sent a follow up letter to Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross on the Department’s involvement in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) actions surrounding claims that Hurricane Dorian would impact Alabama. This letter follows up on the Chairwoman’s September 11 and October 10 requests for information.
“To date, we have received no responsive materials from the Department that would address the items in either of these letters, despite repeated follow-up phone calls and emails to the Office of Legislative and Intergovernmental Affairs,” Chairwoman Johnson said in the letter. “The Department of Commerce’s communications with the public on weather forecasting is a critical government function that depends on the public trust in order to ensure the health and safety of all Americans. The Department’s refusals to give a public explanation for its actions in early September and to cooperate with Congressional oversight after the fact are harmful to our national weather enterprise.”
A full copy of the letter can be found here.
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Gee, is this still going on? And you wonder why Congress gets nothing done…
While I regard this as a joke, to be fair, the House has some 600+ bipartisan bills being held up by the Senate. 600.
That is one of the largest amounts of back-log EVER.
And what is Moscow Mitch doing? Whatever Putin and Trump want.
Is it lonely being the last mark in America to still buy all that Russian collusion bushwah?
Not even close. Intelligence world continue to refuse to give trump /pence/admin data on Russia, and for a reason.
What a horrible waste of time and money.
The GD GOP pulled these same stunts with Clinton and then O.
Why are the dems being this stupid to do these same things?
Good for her. I hope that includes saying Dorian was 185mph, when the NOA buoys said 61mph. She should ask the IG to take a look.