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White House Has “Monsanto’s Back on Pesticides,” Newly Revealed Document Says – U.S. Right to Know

INTERNAL MONSANTO DOCUMENTS EXPOSED IN COURT REVEAL A DARK WHITE HOUSE BROMANCE WITH MONSANTO AND A 'WIDENING RIFT' BETWEEN GOVERNMENT STAFF SCIENTISTS AND POLITICAL-APPOINTEE-LEADERS. Lovey-dovey White House treatment of DowDupont and its ban-worthy 'Chlorpyrifos' has close parallels to the sweetheart romance with Monsanto and its deadly 'Roundup.' The Court revelations were from from Roundup Trial #3 in which California 'Roundup' cancer victims Alva & Alberta Polliod are seeking justice.
Additionally, the docs reveal a 'widening rift' between government scientists – and their scientific research – in MULTIPLE Federal agencies and their agenda-driven political leaders. Jim

"Internal Monsanto records just filed in court show that a corporate intelligence group hired to 'to take the temperature on current regulatory attitudes for glyphosate' reported that the White House could be counted on to defend the company’s Roundup herbicides…

"'A domestic policy adviser at the White House said, for instance: ‘We have Monsanto’s back on pesticides regulation. We are prepared to go toe-to-toe on any disputes they may have with, for example, the EU. Monsanto need not fear any additional regulation from this administration.'

"In the email accompanying the report, Hakluyt’s Nick Banner told Rands the information related to issues both for the United States and for China. The report notes that 'professional' staff has 'sharp' disagreement with 'political' staff on some areas, but that the concerns of some of the professional staffers would not get in the way…

"'The way the EPA under the Trump administration has handled Chlorpyrifos might be instructive in how it would handle new science or new developments related to glyphosate'…

"According to the Hakluyt report, an official with the EPA’s Office of Pesticide Programs said: 'There is growing unease in this office at what seems like scientific intransigence by Monsanto to give credibility to any evidence that doesn’t fit their view. We would agree with them that such evidence is non-conclusive, but that does not mean that it is without basis.'"

White House Has “Monsanto’s Back on Pesticides,” Newly Revealed Document Says – U.S. Right to Know

Internal Monsanto records just filed in court show that a corporate intelligence group hired to “to take the temperature on current regulatory attitudes for glyphosate” reported that the White House could be counted on to defend the company’s Roundup herbicides. In a report attached to a July …


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