Top EPA official leaves government job to help Trump fight socialism
Another Trump staffer is leaving, but not for the reason most may think.
Mandy Gunasekara, who has been serving as Trump’s primary EPA adviser, has resigned her position. Gunasekara is now going to devote herself full time to promoting President Trump’s agenda.
The Scare from the Left
All the talk of Rep. Ocasio-Cortez’s “Green New Deal” has made it quite clear we have entered a new age of politics. “Land of the free and home of the brave” is no longer a motto of this country.
Progressives like Ocasio-Cortez have made it quite clear they want the government to intrude into our lives as much as possible. She also wants to radically change the energy policy of our country.
Ms. Gunasekara has been with Trump from the beginning. She was a major contributor to this administration’s energy and environment position.
Point being, she knows the policies inside and out and is the perfect individual to counter the ridiculous claims being made by Ocasio-Cortez and her ilk.
Confidence in Trump
Gunasekara’s resignation letter no doubt brought a huge smile across the face of our president.
In her letter, she expressed confidence in both Trump and the policies of this administration. She also made it clear she believes that for these policies to truly work, the president is going to need two full terms in office.
Her goal is to now take Trump’s EPA policies to the everyman in every state to ensure they all know just how important these policies are.
Gunasekera’s understanding of these policies makes her the ideal person to take this information to the general public and present it in a way that everyone completely understands the policies and how important it is for Trump to get re-elected.
She is also the ideal person to make everyone understand just how unrealistic Ocasio-Cortez’s plan really is. Gunasekara stated, “The Green New Deal is a liberal energy fantasy.”
“I know it would cost up to $5 trillion and put in peril millions of hardworking American jobs in the coal, oil, and natural gas. I am not sure what it would actually do that is good for the environment,” she added.