Biden Cancels Trump With Reversal Of Environmental Water Policy


We do not want to think about Donald Trump in the shower. It probably runs orange. He complained about the White House water flow not being strong enough to give him a good rinse. Fortunately, Americans gave him a rinse, repeat, and then we washed that man right out of our hair on January 20.

We do not know whether Trump can swim and do not want that visual stuck in our heads either. He must be able to, though, because he ran enough water to drown a rat in his showers.

As Stephen Colbert on The Late Show said:

‘Trump is a 15-flush kind of guy.’

He continued, noting Trump’s “perhaps most important words:”

‘Donald Trump issued perhaps the most important words of his presidency last week when he addressed one of the greatest threats to our democracy: low-flow bathroom fixtures.’

Is it not pleasant to have President Joe Biden consider his service to us rather than just trying to enthrall us with his toilet flushes? After a week of bombshell books clarifying how very close Donald Trump came to overthrowing the government, Biden is a warm trip down comfort lane. Of course, we are not in the clear, because the Republicans walk in lockstep with the former president. We are certain they are not all squeaky clean. They all share their lust for power and money rather than serving the American people.

Friday, the Energy Department announced it would reverse Trump’s “loose showerhead efficiency regulations,” according to CNN. Instead, President Biden’s administration will reinstate President Barack Obama’s 2013 rule defining “showerhead.” That ruling shuts the water off after 2.5 gallons flow per minute.

It appears that Trump had “multiple showerheads” that were separately defined and regulated. Biden said enough of that nonsense. All showerheads will now be lumped together and fall under the 2.5-gallon rule.

With the coronavirus pandemic in full force, Trump was all about “shower heads, dishwasher, lightbulbs, and his ‘perfect’ hair, YouTube’s Now This News reported:

‘As the U.S. reported a high of 75,600 new COVID-19 cases in a single day, Pres. Trump spoke yesterday about shower heads, dishwashers, lightbulbs, and his “perfect” hair.’

‘Trump did not discuss the surge in new cases and increase in deaths, but rather belittled the clean water crisis in the United States, saying that ‘in most places of the country, water is not a problem. They don’t know what to do with it. It’s called “rain.’’ It is estimated that approx 1.6 million Americans do not have access to clean water.’

The people in the White House do not think there will be any noticeable change in the market as a result of the new POTUS’ change. Environmental and consumer organizations objected to Trump’s ruling, because some of his showerheads required more energy and as a result of that money, CNN reports.

Trump did not want to limit his own long showers, he wanted to rinse and repeat:

‘Showerheads — you take a shower, the water doesn’t come out. You want to wash your hands, the water doesn’t come out. So what do you do? You just stand there longer or you take a shower longer? Because my hair — I don’t know about you, but it has to be perfect. Perfect.’

President Biden is instituting the era of efficiency. Therefore, his administration would review Trump’s policies for inefficiencies.

YouTube’s Now This News continued:

‘In US news and current events today, as the COVID 19 pandemic continues to spread, and President Donald Trump continues to have his eye on the ball by going on a rambling rant about showerheads. President Trump is clearly a big fan of showers, and considers his term a golden opportunity to enact drastically needed shower and showerhead reform.’

‘Showerheads and showerheads are clearly the issues on the mind of most Americans, with millions unemployed and hundreds of thousands gone from COVID deaths. However, the coronavirus will have to wait as President Donald J. Trump focuses on showerheads and plumbing issues instead.’

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