EPA Contract Science Writer Tweets His Happiness that Andrew Breitbart Died
June 18, 2012 - 7:59 am
Al Armandariz was infamously fond of crucifixion. Curt Spalding wants to be able to tell coal towns to just “go away.” Now EPA Communications and Outreach contractor Ian Boudreau tweets, on Father’s Day, that he was happy that Andrew Breitbart died.
Andrew left four young children behind when he passed away at the age of 43.
I would link directly to Boudreau’s tweet, but the brave brave EPA man has deleted it from his timeline. Damage done, he decided to double and triple down, claiming to have “trolled” “Breitbarters.” He followed that by wondering how many wives Mitt Romney actually has. If Boudreau has trolled anyone, he has trolled anyone with a sense of decency and who recognizes humanity even in those with whom they disagree.
Boudreau is an Obama-era hire, joining the EPA in August 2010 according to his LinkedIn profile. He isn’t an EPA employee, but a contractor with the agency. That should make it easier for the agency to fire him, if it cares about the professionalism and public conduct of its contract communications employees.