Obama Drinks Filtered Tap Water, Downplays Lead Risk: “Flint Water At This Point Is Drinkable”

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And… it’s safe. President Obama says so.

As Flint’s water crisis drags on, and officials expect a period of two years to replace the city’s corroded pipes, President Obama has become a pitchman to quell the population’s worries and take the pressure off of Flint leaders, despite plenty of evidence of negligence and corruption.

Obama even took a drink, as so many stumping political figures have over the years, after an awkward speech that almost gave the impression that lead isn’t so bad – because people who grew up before EPA laws on lead still “did really well” in life.

The Detroit Free Press reported:

President Obama drank from a glass of what he said was filtered Flint water at a Flint food bank Wednesday as he vouched for the safety of certified filters and encouraged most city residents to start drinking filtered water instead of bottled water.

“If you’re…

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3 comments on “Obama Drinks Filtered Tap Water, Downplays Lead Risk: “Flint Water At This Point Is Drinkable”

  1. Pingback: Obama Drinks Filtered Tap Water, Downplays Lead Risk: “Flint Water At This Point Is Drinkable” — “OUR WORLD” – ronaldwederfoort

  2. This reminds me of the Japanese officials eating Fukushima rice. Lead is at the bottom of much of the nuclear fuel chain, once it is no longer radioactive. I realized that electing a president who smokes might have been a bad idea because if he doesn’t care about his own health he is less likely to care about public health. And, indeed, he doesn’t care about public health for whatever reasons. Maybe he wants everyone to die young of cancer because his Mom did.

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