For nearly a decade, former President Barack Obama created protocol after protocol which wasted taxpayer money and government resources, and for what?

Liberals created this narrative of impending global catastrophe, but in reality, only wished to further their hold in every facet of the country.

Now, the new administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, Scott Pruitt, will work to end the turmoil Obama caused within the department.

Starting immediately, Scott Pruitt will end his agency’s use of “secret science” to mold regulations.

After Obama’s administration drafted narratives to bend EPA rules, Trump’s administration is acting fast to ensure the country’s resources are no longer spent on useless regulations.

Pruitt will reverse EPA policies allowing regulators to rely on false science when crafting their doctrines.

This fake science has allowed tens of billions of dollars to be spent on regulations–regardless of how unreliable the information may have been.

Now, EPA regulators will only be allowed to use scientific studies that make their data available for the public under Pruitt’s new policy. EPA-funded studies would also have to make their data public.

The Daily Caller reported:

“We need to make sure their data and methodology are published as part of the record,” Pruitt said in an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation. “Otherwise, it’s not transparent. It’s not objectively measured, and that’s important.”

“When we do contract that science out, sometimes the findings are published; we make that part of our rule-making processes, but then we don’t publish the methodology and data that went into those findings because the third party who did the study won’t give it to us,” Pruitt added.

“And we’ve said that’s fine — we’re changing that as well,” Pruitt told The DCNF.

Conservatives have long criticized EPA for relying on scientific studies that published their findings but not the underlying data. However, Democrats and environmental activists have challenged past attempts to bring transparency to studies used in rule making.

Texas Republican Rep. Lamar Smith pushed legislation to end the use of what he calls “secret science” at EPA. Pruitt instituted another policy in 2017 backed by Smith against EPA-funded scientists serving on agency advisory boards.

“If we use a third party to engage in scientific review or inquiry, and that’s the basis of rulemaking, you and every American citizen across the country deserve to know what’s the data, what’s the methodology that was used to reach that conclusion that was the underpinning of what — rules that were adopted by this agency,” Pruitt explained.

No longer will fake facts be used to justify the spending of billions on “global warming efforts.”

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