The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recently come under fire for its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic. Michael Patrick Leahy, a reporter for Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic, recently reported that the agency had authorized a controlled release of the virus. However, when asked who had authorized the release, the EPA has remained silent.
The report, which was published on the War Room: Pandemic website, claims that the EPA had authorized the controlled release of the virus in order to create a “natural herd immunity” in the United States. The report claims that the agency had chosen to do this without consulting the public or any scientific experts.
The EPA has since denied the claims made in the report, calling them “false and misleading.” However, the agency has not provided any further information on who authorized the release. This has led to speculation that the agency may have acted without the approval of the White House or any other government body.
The lack of transparency from the EPA has raised concerns about the agency’s handling of the pandemic. Critics have accused the agency of acting without regard for public health and safety. They have also questioned why the agency chose to release the virus without consulting any experts or seeking public input.
The EPA’s silence on the matter has only added to the controversy surrounding its handling of the pandemic. It is unclear why the agency has chosen to remain silent on the issue, but it is clear that this lack of transparency is not helping its case. Until the EPA comes forward and reveals who authorized the release, the public will remain in the dark about the agency’s actions.