WaPo Reviews ‘Every Possible Regulatory Change’ Made Under Trump, Finds None Contributed to East Palestine Train Derailment

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The Washington Post reviewed “every possible regulatory change” that was made under the Trump administration and found that none of them contributed to the train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.

“We decided to examine every possible regulatory change made under Trump that could be related to the accident and assess whether it could have made an impact,” read a review published Monday by Glenn Kessler at the Washington Post.

“From our analysis, none of the regulatory changes made during the Trump administration at this point can be cited as contributing to the accident,” Kessler added.....


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Now it’s time to review every regulatory change made by Biden right? I’m sure that article is on the way. Yeah right, I’m not holding my breath.

This is why more and more people don’t trust the media. They are so partisan and agenda driven that they aren’t even trying to hide it anymore.

Just yesterday I saw an advertisement to get The Washington Post access for $40/year. That’s about $40 too much in my opinion. They can’t even give away their product these days.

It shouldn’t be this difficult to find actual news stories. I was complaining to my father in law recently when we stopped by to visit that I have to go half way around the world to find reliable United States news stories. He agreed but said it’s the only way to find half the real news stories. Why?

It’s embarrassing and a big reason why this country is going down the drain. Once the media becomes a propaganda machine for a corrupt government then a country is doomed to self destruct. As the song title says “Watch it Fall.”

This all makes me think of the Book of Lamentations. Instead of lamenting the destruction of Jerusalem thousands of years ago I’m lamenting the destruction of the United States right before my eyes. I know, I know it’s all part of the master plan of God. That’s true but it still doesn’t make it easy for me to watch this rapid decline. I guess I just need to pray and look up.

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I guess I just need to pray and look up.

Yes, our prayers of faith are impactful!

I love a quote I read recently that I thought was a good perspective, not to look at God through the lens of our circumstances but to look at our circumstances, by faith, through the lens of our powerful God.

I know from experience where the circumstances were grim but God moved in ways I sure couldn't see yet that kept me or my family in His protective care, despite what people were doing. He's still doing this. That's not to say there isn't hardship, and there's certainly a wrestling with a heavy heart at what is happening, but as His good Word says,

The righteous person faces many troubles,
but the Lord comes to the rescue each time.

Psalm 34:19