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U.S. Congressman exposes Biden’s assault on America’s water supply

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We’re used to seeing Biden hamstring immigration officials and placate terrorists abroad. But this is something we’ve never seen before.

And a U.S. Congressman exposed Biden’s assault on America’s water supply.

The Biden White House is crashing down like a house of cards.

Their most cherished agenda items are starting to have massive effects we haven’t even fully realized.

And now Republicans are blowing the whistle.

A group of ten federal politicians, led by Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL, and Rep. Josh Brecheen, R-OK, questioned the Biden administration about an abortion-inducing drug’s potential threat to the American water supply.

In a letter to EPA Administrator Michael Regan on Wednesday, senators expressed concern about the chemical abortion medicine mifepristone’s possible impact on water systems in the United States.

“Given the steadily rising rate of at-home chemical abortions, it is critical that the [EPA] ensure that mifepristone, the drug’s active metabolites in blood and placenta tissue, and the fetal remains of unborn children — all of which are being dumped into America’s wastewater system — do not endanger the health and safety of humans and wildlife,” the letter read.

“The full impact of mifepristone has never been sufficiently studied.”

“When the FDA approved the drug in 2000, it relied on a 1996 environmental assessment that failed to consider that human fetal remains and the drug’s active metabolites would be making their way into wastewater systems across the U.S.,” the lawmakers went on to note.

“The American people deserve to know the negative effects caused by chemical abortion drugs.”

The legislators urged the EPA to detail how it “plan[s] to ensure the safety of our waterways and drinking water,” and “[t]o what extent” the agency has “studied the impact of mifepristone on water systems” across the country.

They also asked for information on “the negative health effects for humans” and aquatic wildlife “associated with exposure to mifepristone and fetal remains” in the water.

The ten Republicans gave the EPA until July 15 to react.

The department informed FOX News that “[o]nce received, the EPA will review this letter and respond appropriately.”

Whether that means they will do anything other than give lip service is yet to be seen.

But based on its track record in previous cases, we’re not holding our breath.

In addition to Rubio and Brecheen, the letter was signed by Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-TN, Rep. Matt Rosendale, R-MT, Rep. Alex Mooney, R-WV, Rep. Paul Gosar, R-AZ, Rep. Gus Bilirakis, R-FL, Rep. Barry Moore, R-AL, Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-AL, Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-SC, and Rep. Jim Banks, R-IN.

Rubio, Rosendale, Mooney, and Gosar are Catholic.

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