EPA Not Allowed To Fire Convicted Child Molester

On Wednesday, the Environmental Protection Agency testified about a staff member who was also a convicted child molester. Officials shared that they couldn't fire him and instead had to pay him $55,000 to retire.

EPA acting deputy administrator Stan Meiburg testified that in their attempt to fire the employee, the Merit Systems Protection Board overturned the decision.

Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government stated, "It's just pretty stunning. How do we need to change the Merit Systems Protection Board, because we're not protecting the American taxpayer and we're not protecting the employees who have to sit next to this freak of a pervert."

On its website, the mission of the MSPB reads: "Protect the Merit System Principles and promote an effective Federal workforce free of Prohibited Personnel Practices."

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