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Bad Train Optics: EPA Chief Regan abruptly cancels Africa ‘climate change’ trip with Hollywood celebrities – Climate agenda hijacks real env. issues

EPA Administrator Michael Regan Flying to Africa Today with Actors to Address Climate Change, Silent on Who Ordered East Palestine, Ohio Controlled Burn

April Ryan of theGrio reported on Thursday that EPA administrator Michael Regan is flying to Africa Saturday, February 18 on a climate change mission, accompanied by a well known “actor and humanitarian.” Regan has yet to respond to inquiries from The Ohio Star about EPA’s role in the decision to execute a controlled burn of vinyl chloride on February 6 at the East Palestine, Ohio Norfolk Southern train derailment.

A source familiar with EPA Administrator’s travel schedule has confirmed the agency has spent more than $6,000 for Regan’s air travel to Africa on this trip,


Update Trip Cancelled:

By April D. Ryan

Editor’s note: Since the publication of this report, EPA Administrator Micheal Regan has postponed his trip to Africa due to his department’s emergency response to the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, which has caused environmental concerns for its residents.

Actor and humanitarian Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina Elba will accompany Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Michael Regan on Saturday to sub-Saharan Africa, theGrio exclusively reports. The NAACP and Golden Globe award-winning star, Mrs. Elba and Regan will travel to Ghana and Sierra Leone to focus on the issue of climate change and ways to combat its devastating ripple effects around the globe.



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You will be exposed to toxic chemicals & be happy: Biden EPA Chief on Ohio Train derailment: ‘Trust the Government’“I’m asking they trust the government. I know that’s hard. We know there’s a lack of trust,” Regan said, according to AP “We’re testing for everything that was on that train.”